Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa
A New Jersey State Senate committee passed a bill Monday that would require law enforcement agencies from elsewhere to give notice when they plan to conduct counterterrorism surveillance in the state — a measure prompted by revelations about NYPD spying on Muslims.
Authorities said 41-year-old Daryl Turner and 43-year-old Robyn Bernstein laundered $700,000 from victims between January 2007 and July 2011 and used the money to buy a luxury home in Marlton.
Georgios Spyropoulos, manager of the Tick Tock diner in Clifton, was arrested for planning to have his uncle “tortured, robbed and murdered,” Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced Wednesday.
Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced Tuesday that the state spent $242,225 in criminal forfeiture funds to buy back firearms.
Law enforcement officials have been focusing on removing what are known as ‘community guns’ from the streets. Those weapons are often hidden in broken down cars, lamp posts or wooded areas in a park where kids could find them, according to authorities.
State Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa says the network was selling millions of dollars in heroin in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington.
The program features mailbox-like receptacles at 27 law enforcement locations across the state where people can safely dispose their unused and expired prescription medications.
The meeting is the first session of a task force created after revelations that the New York Police Department was conducting secret surveillance of mosques and Muslim student groups in New Jersey.
Officials allege the jewelers violated the law by failing to test and weigh the precious metals in front of customers, post prices and provide required receipts.
The defendants, who range in age from 17 to 66, have been charged with distribution and possession of child pornography.
Named in indictments are 35-year-old Newark resident Terry Dilligard II, whom authorities characterized as the scheme’s mastermind, and his mother, father, twin sister and former girlfriend.
State Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced today that making, possessing or selling synthetic marijuana will now be punishable by three to five years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines.
Gavin Swiatek, 49, was arrested Tuesday at his Hillsborough home and charged with second-degree distribution of child pornography and fourth-degree possession of child pornography.
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