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Shoplifting Charges in Woodbridge NJ

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With a population of over 100,000, Woodbridge, New Jersey, attracts large numbers of people from out of town to shop at the popular Woodbridge Center Mall, located at 250 Woodbridge Center Drive. Of those shoppers, some attempt to shoplift from ...

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Siblings Convicted for Stealing over $1 Million from New Brunswick Company in Fraud Scheme

Federal Crime Defense Lawyer in Middlesex County NJ

A brother and sister duo were recently convicted in federal court in New Jersey for a fraud scheme that involved creating shell companies, which the sister used to submit invoices through her employer’s accounts payable system. Over the ...

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Middlesex County Man Sentenced in Credit Card Fraud Case

Middlesex County NJ Credit Card Fraud Charges

A man from Middlesex County, New Jersey was recently sentenced for participating in an international credit card fraud conspiracy that involved over 7,000 false identities. 65-year-old Sat Verma, from the Iselin section of Woodbridge, NJ, was ...

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Mother Accused of Shoplifting in Woodbridge with Young Daughter

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Law enforcement officials recently charged a woman with shoplifting after she allegedly attempted to steal over $1,200 worth of merchandise in Woodbridge, New Jersey. The woman allegedly used her daughter to help her shoplift from the J.C. Penny ...

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Former Rutgers Athlete Pleads Guilty to Armed Burglary, Robbery in Middlesex County

East Brunswick Burglary Charges

A former player for the Rutgers football team recently pleaded guilty to several charges, including armed robbery and armed burglary, in Middlesex County Superior Court. According to a news release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s ...

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