Man Admits $700K Dupe of Elderly Paraplegic, Felon's Conviction Overturned Top State News
Other top stories this month include a man accused of molesting a toddler in his home over the course of a year and the indictment of two North Jersey men in connection with synagogue firebombings.
A Glen Rock hedge fund manager pleaded guilty to charges he defrauded investors — including a disabled, elderly woman — out of more than $4 million while he took lavish vacations, dropped thousands at chic nightclubs and purchased luxury cars.
Imprisoned felon Leon Glaspie, who allegedly injured a Deptford police officer during Glaspie's getaway from a bank robbery while he was on furlough from a halfway house, could soon be a free man.
A Glen Rock resident and business owner molested a toddler in his home over the course of a year, prosecutors alleged Friday.
Anthony Graziano, of Lodi, and Aakash Dalal, of New Brunswick, remain in Bergen County Jail since they were first charged in connection with a series of arson and bias attacks at a number of Bergen County synagogues.
Keith Bell of Woodbridge was charged with allegedly assaulting and enticing a young girl to take explicit pictures of herself he posted on the Internet.
An Essex County Sheriff’s officer was released from University Hospital Thursday after being shot during a confrontation with two men outside a Springfield Avenue bar, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said.
State officials offered New Jersey Assemblyman Robert Schroeder a plea deal for the charges that he swindled $1.8 million from investors and wrote bad checks worth $3.4 million for loan payments during an arraignment hearing Friday morning.
Pharmacy agreed to retrain all staff on pharmacy procedures and to pay $650,000 to the state for a public awareness campaign about the proper use of prescription drugs.