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Carjacking suspect sought in NJ, Photo courtesy of Camden County Prosecutors Office.
Carjacking suspect sought in NJ, Photo courtesy of Camden County Prosecutors Office.
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Man Arrested in Camden County Carjacking Spree

Police have apprehended a suspect believed to be involved in a recent carjacking spree in Camden County.

George Meyers, 43, was arrested Wednesday morning in Lindenwold just after two botched carjackings, Camden County Prosecutor's Office said

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NJ Police Hunt Carjacker Preying on Elderly Drivers

Police are searching for a suspect believed to be involved in two recent armed carjacking incidents both involving elderly drivers in NJ.

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Roben Brookhim (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
Roben Brookhim (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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NJ Dr. Used Dead Dentist’s Identity to Treat Patients, Prosecutor’s Office Reports

An unlicensed NJ dentist accused of using the identity of a dead dentist to treat patients has been arrested and charged, according to the NJ Office of Attorney General.

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From left to right: Vito Grippo, Frederick Grippo, John Pereless (Photos: NJ Office of Attorney General)
From left to right: Vito Grippo, Frederick Grippo, John Pereless (Photos: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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NJ Father-Son Team Cheated Foreclosure Victims Out Of Their Homes, AG Says

A father and son from New Jersey are charged today in an alleged scheme in which the father promised to rescue homeowners who were facing foreclosure, but instead sold their homes to unwitting investors and conspired with the son to steal $4.5 million from lenders by filing fraudulent mortgage applications in the investors’ names. The announcement comes from State Attorney General Jeff Chiesa.

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Philip Dunlap, 49 of Mahwah (Photo Credit: NJ Office of Attorney General)
Philip Dunlap, 49 of Mahwah (Photo Credit: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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NJ Trainer Finds Way To Make MMA Even More Dangerous

North Jersey resident Phillip Dunlap who trains fighters for Amateur Mixed Martial Arts fights in New Jersey pleaded guilty today to submitting false documents so that his athletes could fight without undergoing mandatory physical examinations and medical tests. The bogus submissions included medical forms to the State Athletic Control Board.

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Philip Dunlap, 49 of Mahwah (Photo Credit: NJ Office of Attorney General)
Philip Dunlap, 49 of Mahwah (Photo Credit: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Mahwah Trainer Admits Falsifying Medical Documents in MMA Probe

A Mahwah gym owner has pleaded guilty to falsifying documents and medical forms to the State's Athletic Control Board in an attempt to thwart regulations regarding Amateur Mixed Martial Arts (AMMA) contestants so that his fighters could compete without undergoing mandatory physical exams or medical tests.

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From left to right: Gary R. Oberman Jr. and Melisa Ann Hand (Photo by: Egg Harbor Twp. Police)
From left to right: Gary R. Oberman Jr. and Melisa Ann Hand (Photo by: Egg Harbor Twp. Police)
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118 Bags of Heroin Discovered in Egg Harbor Twp. Residence, 2 Arrested

Two were arrested, charged after police discovered 118 bags of heroin in connection with a drug investigation.

Police arrested Gary R. Oberman Jr., 37, and Melisa Ann Hand, 32, both of Egg Harbor Township on Sept. 14 for possession of heroin with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Paul DiGiacomo Photo Credit, NJ Office of the Attorney General
Paul DiGiacomo Photo Credit, NJ Office of the Attorney General
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Morris County Lawyer Gets 7 Years for Money Laundering Scheme

Morris County lawyer Paul DiGiacomo was sentenced to seven years in state prison for filing a false loan application and purchasing a home in Newark in the name of a deceased man, according to the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General.

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Bus Lewdness Suspect Errinson Medrano Photo Courtesy of NJ State Police
Bus Lewdness Suspect Errinson Medrano Photo Courtesy of NJ State Police
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NJ Man Busted for Lewdness on Rutgers-NYC Bus, is Suspect in Similar Cases

An undercover operation carried out by NJ State Police detectives led to the arrest of a North Brunswick man thought to be a repeat offender in several lewdness complaints going back to 2007.

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Superintendent, James Wiley, 67, of North Bergen (NJ Attorney General)
Superintendent, James Wiley, 67, of North Bergen (NJ Attorney General)
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North Bergen Public Works Chief Used Employees For Home Chores

The North Bergen Public Works Superintendent pleads guilty to directly municipal employees to perform chores at his home while they were being paid by the township.

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