The most recent gun buyback was held in Passaic County last weekend, where 853 weapons were collected.
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.
Casinos can partner with fantasy league operators to let them run the tournaments. The gaming halls can also take entry fees and pay out winnings at casino cages, according to the regulations.
Georgios Spyropoulos appeared in court in shackles Friday on conspiracy to commit murder, attempt to commit murder and unlawful possession of a weapons charges.
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.
That brings the total number of guns collected to 7,000 since December.
A New Jersey State Police sergeant who led an unauthorized escort of a high-speed sports car caravan to Atlantic City in 2012 pleaded guilty to altering the numbers on the license plates of his police car during the incident, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced Monday.
State Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced the formation of the working group, which is a coordinated effort among several state and local agencies.
Authorities said two of the suspects are known babysitters and have regular contact with children.
After a number of successful guns for cash exchanges in New Jersey, another gun buyback is taking place today and Saturday in Essex County.
The indictment was handed up Tuesday against Harry Mansmann of Lawrenceville, the executive director of the East Orange Water Commission, and assistant William Mowell, of Wyckoff.
Lasean Harps, 37, was arrested on Friday on charges of second-degree theft by deception, second-degree impersonation and theft of identity, and third-degree fraudulent use of a credit card, New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced.
The day after Valentine’s Day ill mark the start of a two day guns for cash exchange at six churches in Essex County.
New Jersey authorities say a civilian state police employee posed as an inspector to coerce two South Carolina men into giving her a generator they were selling in the days after Superstorm Sandy.
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.
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