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Travis J. Tormey, Esq.

Category Archives: Juvenile Offenses

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Wallington NJ Teens Charged with Underage Drinking at Post-Prom Party

Posted in Juvenile Offenses
Police officers in Ulster County NY recently arrested 34 teenagers from Wallington New Jersey. The teens were accused of underage drinking at an illegal house party. The party happened after the annual Wallington High School prom. According to law enforcement officials, the residence was rented and used for an after-prom celebration. A neighbor reportedly heard… Continue Reading

Police Investigate Assault, Possible Hate Crime in Ridgefield Park, NJ

Posted in Assault Offenses, Juvenile Offenses
Ridgefield Park NJ police are investigating an assault committed against a 14-year-old child on a village street. According to authorities, four suspects approached the victim and attacked him as he walked alone in a residential area in Ridgefield Park, NJ. The assault occurred after school ended for the day at 3:00 p.m. The victim later… Continue Reading

Five Minors Allegedly Set Fire to Empty Building in Wood-Ridge NJ, Charged with Arson

Posted in Juvenile Offenses, Property Crimes
Several underage individuals have been charged in connection with a fire at an abandoned building in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey. The blaze resulted in significant property damage to a vacant building at the Curtiss Wright complex in Wood-Ridge, NJ. After allegedly starting the fire, the suspects are believed to have fled the scene on foot. The… Continue Reading

17-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Threatened to Kill People at Private School in Fort Lee, New Jersey

Posted in Juvenile Offenses, Threat Crimes
A young girl has been charged with making terroristic threats after she allegedly called a Fort Lee NJ special needs school and threatened to kill people at the school. According to officials, the 17-year-old suspect called the YCS Fort Lee Education Center not long after students had been dismissed for the day at 3 p.m.… Continue Reading

Emerson NJ Teenager Cited for Juvenile Delinquency, Not Charged with Manslaughter for Fatal Car Accident

Posted in Homicide, Juvenile Offenses, Traffic Violations
The teenage driver of a car that flipped and killed an Emerson NJ high school student has been cited for a juvenile delinquency charge. Bergen County prosecutors said that the 17-year-old suspect was behind the wheel of a Nissan Pathfinder that was involved in a catastrophic accident on Hasbrouck Avenue in Emerson, New Jersey. According… Continue Reading