NJ Attorney General Will Step Down Next MonthNew Jersey's Attorney General is stepping down next month to take a new job as general counsel for Rutgers University.
Fraud Charges Filed Against Man Who Allegedly Used Fake Poker Chips In AC Then Flushed Them Down The ToiletA clogged toilet down the shore helped New Jersey authorities track down a North Carolina man indicted Wednesday for allegedly trying to rig a poker tournament.
Ringleader, 20 Others Indicted For Stealing $90K From Atlantic City Casino BanksThe New Jersey Attorney General's Office announced a group of more than 20 people were indicted by a grand jury in a scheme that stole money from banks inside Atlantic City casino.
Ten Years In, Officials Remind NJ Citizens To Be Vigilant for Human TraffickingNew Jersey officials are marking the tenth anniversary of the formation of the state’s Human Trafficking Task Force by hammering home a simple message: “Know it. See it. Report it.”
NJ Man Sentenced For Molesting Girl, Taking Improper PhotosA South Jersey man who molested a teenage girl and took sexually explicit photos of her while she slept has been sentenced to 14 years in state prison.
Current, Former Sirius XM Customers Might Be In Line For PayoutSirius is paying $3.8-million to 46 states, as well as paying restitution to eligible customers for misleading advertising and shoddy billing practices.
NJ Man Admits Cheating Dementia-Stricken Neighbor A New Jersey man has admitted conning his 90-year-old dementia-stricken neighbor out of $50,000.
14 Charged With Child Porn Crimes In N.J. SweepsThe take from the sweep, dubbed by law enforcement "Predator Alert II," runs the gamut: two school bus drivers, a software engineer, a minister in training, a corporate executive.
NJ Sex Assault Victims Get More Time To Decide On Pressing ChargesA directive from acting state Attorney General John Hoffman extends the minimum hold time -- which had been 90 days.
NJ Sues Three Electric Providers, Charging Unethical Practices New Jersey is going after three energy supply companies that allegedly duped consumers into switching electricity providers. Officials say there are hundreds of victims throughout the state.
Judge Orders Those Responsible For Closing Of NJ Property To Pay Back State
New Jersey State Police Go Recruiting On Campus Of Rowan UniversityIt’s all part of a drive aimed to not just bolster the ranks of the state police but to diversify it geographically as well.