New Jersey’s U.S. attorney’s office says those charged are allegedly members and suppliers of an organization that distributed heroin and cocaine throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties.
Burlington County police say a number of agencies assisted in the two joint operations.
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman and Upper Merion Township Chief Thomas Nolan announced the arrests of six men for patronizing prostitutes.
Officials in New Jersey say they’ve charged nearly 50 people involved in a “violent narcotics distribution network” with ties to the Mexican cartels.
Police say multiple tips received during the investigation lead them to the 1700 block of South Chadwick Street, where Nicholas Pompeii was arrested.
Fourteen men from across New Jersey are accused of distributing child pornography online, including child rape videos.
Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield said the arrests were part of National Family Violence Apprehension Detail.
There’s now a cottage industry in posting mugshots of average Joes and then charging a hefty fee if the person wants them removed. Is that legal?
A class action lawsuit for libel has been filed in Connecticut brought by people whose arrests were reported in online news stories where the records were later expunged.
Six people are facing charges for a mortgage fraud conspiracy involving millions of dollars in loans based on false information.
The boys, ages 13 and 14, were turned in by their parents after they saw their children on surveillance video.
Officers at the scene arrested three men at the scene after they found heroin bagged for distribution and cash.
Each of the so-called “massage therapists” has been charged with Criminal Conspiracy, Prostitution and related offenses.
Given it is part of the public record, does anyone or any website have free reign over the use of your mug shot? An Ohio lawyer is suing to prove otherwise.
Two people have been arrested on prostitution charges after the investigation of two local massage parlors.