Trenton Police Release Surveillance Photos of Suspects in Home Invasion Robbery

Trenton NJ Robbery SuspectsPolice in Trenton NJ are searching for two men suspected of committing a home invasion robbery earlier this year.

Trenton police received a report of a home invasion on June 1. When police officers arrived at the scene, they confirmed that a robbery had occurred.

However, the two suspects had already fled the scene by the time police officers got there.

Trenton police investigated the robbery but could not identify the suspects. Now investigators have made a major breakthrough after coming across surveillance footage of the suspects.

The surveillance video was taken at the Trent Center on Greenwood Avenue shortly after the suspects allegedly committed the robbery.

The Trenton Police Department Criminal Investigation Section is still trying to identify the two individuals pictured in the surveillance photographs.

If the suspects are identified and apprehended, they could face significant penalties. That’s because robbery is usually classified as a second degree criminal offense. A conviction for second degree robbery would result in a sentence of 5–10 years in New Jersey State Prison for each of the suspects.

Anyone with information about the suspects or the reported robbery is asked to contact detectives at 609-989-4090 or 609-989-4014. Members of the public who wish to leave information anonymously can call 609-989-3663.

For more information about this case, look at the NJ.com article entitled “Police Release Photos of Two Wanted in Home Invasion Robbery.”

Trenton Police Investigate Robbery That Left Victim with Stab Wound

Trenton Robbery LawyerPolice in Trenton NJ are investigating a robbery attempt that left the victim with a serious stab wound.

According to authorities, the 26-year-old victim was walking near Gerard Avenue and St. Joe’s Avenue sometime after midnight when he was approached by the suspect. The victim later told police that the suspect threatened him with a knife and demanded that he turn over any money that he had.

The suspect then allegedly stabbed the victim in the left leg. The suspect reportedly fled the area by running in an unknown direction.

It is not known at this time if the suspect managed to get any cash before violently attacking the victim.

Police were called to the scene shortly after the attack. When officers got to the area, they saw the victim suffering from a stab wound to the leg.

The victim was transported to nearby Capital Health Regional Medical Center, where he received medical treatment for his injuries. He was later listed in stable condition.

Trenton police are currently investigating the incident.

If the suspect is identified and caught, he may face significant criminal charges. Among the most serious charges that could be filed against the suspect are robbery and aggravated assault. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1, robbery is typically classified as a second degree felony. This means that the suspect can potentially be sentenced to 5–10 years in New Jersey State Prison.

For additional information, see the NJ.com article entitled “Trenton Man Stabbed during Robbery Attempt.”

Trenton Teen Faces Burglary, Robbery Charges in Haddon Township, NJ

Trenton NJ Burglary LawyerHaddon Township NJ police arrested a juvenile male who allegedly robbed a local residence.

According to police, the 15-year-old old suspect, who hails from Trenton, broke into the house through a window. He allegedly took valuables from the residence while the victims were asleep.

After the theft, the homeowners reported that their vehicle was missing. It is believed by police that the suspect fled the scene in the victims’ car.

Sometime later, Camden County Police Department officers found a vehicle in the City of Camden which reportedly belonged to the victims. The officers then contacted police in Haddon Township.

Haddon police relied on fingerprint records, obtained from a state police database, to identify the suspect. According to authorities, the suspect lives in Mercer County but has strong ties to Camden County.

The police department circulated a bulletin containing a description of the suspect.

The suspect was eventually spotted by two officers who were on patrol at the Westmont PATCO station on Stoy Avenue. The officers approached the suspect and asked him to identify himself. When he allegedly gave the officers a false name, they placed him under arrest.

The suspect has been charged with a number of criminal offenses, including robbery and burglary. Although the suspect is likely to be tried as a juvenile offender, he may still be subject to severe penalties.

While the suspect awaits a mandatory court appearance, he has been housed in the Camden County Juvenile Detention Center in Lakeland, New Jersey.

For more information about this case, read the NJ.com article entitled “Juvenile Arrested in N.J. Burglary That Occurred While Victims Slept, Say Police.”

Trenton NJ Man Accused of Hammer Attack, Charged with Attempted Murder in Lawrence

Lawrence NJ Attempted Murder ChargesLawrence NJ police arrested a 46-year-old Trenton man who is accused to trying to kill someone at a Lawrence motel.

Police received a report of an incident at the Red Roof Inn on Brunswick Place in Lawrence. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man tied up by his ankles in a motel room. According to officers, the man was bleeding from a head trauma and had also suffered a cut to the throat.

The Mercer County Homicide Task Force investigated and determined that the victim had picked up the suspect and taken him to the motel. Once the two of them got to the room, the suspect allegedly hit the victim in the head with a claw hammer and cut his throat with a razor. The suspect then allegedly tied the victim’s hands and feet together with bed sheets.

Police said that the suspect stole the victim’s wallet and laptop; he then reportedly left the scene in the victim’s rental car, a Chrysler minivan.

Detectives with the Mercer County Homicide Task Force later apprehended the suspect, who was allegedly driving the stolen minivan near Hermitage Avenue and Boudinot Street in Trenton.

The suspect was placed under arrest and charged with attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. He also faces additional charges for robbery and receiving stolen property.

After being arrested and charged, the suspect was transported to the Mercer County Jail in Hopewell Township; he is being held there on $750,000 bail.

For additional information, view the NJ.com article entitled “Trenton Man Faces Attempted Murder Charge in Alleged Claw Hammer Attack at Lawrence Hotel.”

Bensalem PA Police Identify Two “Persons of Interest” in Violent Armed Robbery

Bensalem PA Armed Robbery LawyersBensalem PA police took into custody two men who might have been involved in an armed robbery and car theft.

According to authorities, the brazen heist took place at Bar Louie on Rockhill Drive.

Witnesses said that between 3 and 5 masked men walked up to a gas station employee as he was leaving the station for the night. The suspects were reportedly armed with a gun, a knife, and a stun gun as they ordered the victim to enter the gas station through a rear door.

The suspects allegedly confronted the other gas station employees and used the stun gun on one of them; the stun gun victim reportedly suffered minor injuries as a result of the attack.

The suspects are accused of stealing an undisclosed amount of cash from the station. The suspect also reportedly made off with cash belonging to the employees, as well as a vehicle owned by one of the employees. Sometime later, police recovered the stolen car, a yellow Mustang convertible, on the 300 block of Derry Road in Philadelphia.

Prior to fleeing the scene, the suspect locked all of the employees in a walk-in freezer.

The police conducted a thorough investigation and quickly identified two “persons of interest” in the violent theft. Thus far, the men have not been identified as suspects in the case; as a result, no charges have been filed.

If the culprits are eventually identified and apprehended, they could face serious criminal charges, including armed robbery, carjacking, aggravated assault, and weapons offenses.

Bensalem police have asked that anyone with information about the suspects or the violent incident please get in touch with detectives at 215-633-3719.

For additional information, see the NBCPhiladelphia.com article entitled “Masked Men Stun Bucks County Bar Worker, Steal Convertible during Early Morning Heist.”