Most warrants are fairly cut and dry: the judge signs a document, and the police are at your doorstep the next day. The warrant gives cops the right to arrest a suspect, search a home, business or other location, or seize property. A bench warrant, on the other hand, directs the police to take the person directly before the court to address
Eight people were killed and 22 were injured in a catastrophic New Jersey weekend full of shootings, traffic crashes, and mysterious events. Among the main ones was a NJ Transit bus collision on Friday, which killed two people and injured 17. The crash occurred at the intersection of Broad Street and Raymond Boulevard in Newark involving the 59 bus, which was traveling without any passengers.
A truck driver who was killed last week in a fiery crash had recently been identified as Essam Fawaz, 52, of Middlesex Borough. The accident occurred at 7:17 a.m. on July 14 near milepost 23.4, just west of Exit 24 for Oldwick and Route 523. Fawaz was driving a tractor-trailer east on the highway when it went off the left side of
In Monmouth County: Client charged with possession of heroin, possession of a syringe, possession of CDS paraphernalia , failure to observe stop sign, careless and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. Pled to PTI (pre-trial intervention). All moving violations remanded to municipal court.
In Englishtown NJ client was charged with Possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in a motor vehicle. He was also charged with Speeding, failure to signal, no seat belt, failure to possess registration, obstruction of windshield. Pled to: Conditional discharge, a borough ordinance, unsafe driving (which carries 0 points on the license) and no seat belt ticket.