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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 


5/25/2017 - Crime Stoppers offers reward in Hit and Run in Cranbury

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Director Anthony A. Caputo of the New Brunswick Police Department said today that Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc. is offering a reward to anyone who anonymously provides information leading to the apprehension of a driver who fled after striking and injuring a teenage girl and killing her dog in Cranbury two weeks ago.

 

          The driver last was seen fleeing in a beige or champagne-color Ford Expedition with silver trim after hitting the 13-year-old girl, and the dog.

 

          The incident occurred on May 10 at 6:18 p.m. at South Main Street and Evans Drive in Cranbury.

 

          Prosecutor Carey and Police Director Caputo, who also chairs the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors, said cash rewards are being offered to anyone who wants to provide information anonymously, by contacting Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc. via phone or website.

CBS News New York report

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3/21/2017 - Prosecutor`s Office Seeks Help to Identify Man

March 20, 2017

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said today that authorities are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying the man in the composite sketch depicted below.

 
On August 12, 2016, the Perth Amboy Police Department reported that an unidentified individual had been discovered in a wooded area near the intersection of Herbert Street and Riverview Drive.
 
Forensic examination of the deceased revealed that the unidentified male was between the age of 25-35 and between 5’2” to 5’5” tall.
 
The New Jersey State Police Forensic Photograph and Composite Artist Unit with the assistance of Forensic Anthropologist Donna Fontana were able to reconstruct the pictured composite sketch. 
 
Authorities are attempting to positively identify the individual. Anyone with information as to the identity of this individual is asked to contact Det. Joseph Chesseri of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office at 732-745-3115 or Det. Jose Rosario with the Perth Amboy Police Department at 732-324-3811 or DSG. Joel Trella of the New Jersey State Police Missing Person Unit at 609-882-2000 ext. 2554
 

 

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3/2/2017 - TAX SCAMS TO BE WARY OF.....
This information is taken from the Internal Revenue Service Web site:
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! In recent years, thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams and fake IRS communication. This page looks at the different scams affecting individuals, businesses, and tax professionals and what do if you if you spot a tax scam. 

REMEMBER: The IRS doesn`t initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information. In addition, IRS does not threaten taxpayers with lawsuits, imprisonment or other enforcement action. Being able to recognize these telltale signs of a phishing or tax scam could save you from becoming a victim.

Scams Targeting Taxpayers


Automated calls requesting tax payments in the form of iTunes or other gift cards.

IRS-Impersonation Telephone Scams

Surge in Email, Phishing and Malware Schemes

Pretending to be from the tax preparation industry.

Tax Refund Scam Artists Posing as Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

Soliciting W-2 information from payroll and human resources professionals.

Fictitious “Federal Student Tax” scam targeting students and parents and demanding payment.

How to Report Tax-Related Schemes, Scams, Identity Theft and Fraud

To report the various types of tax-related illegal activities, refer to our chart explaining the types of activity and the appropriate forms or other methods to use. You may also report instances of IRS-related phishing attempts and fraud to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration at 800-366-4484.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK ON THE EXTERNAL LINK

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1/27/2017 - HELP THE NEW BRUNSWICK POLICE IDENTIFY A GRAFITTI SUSPECT

THE NEW BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT`S Major Crimes Unit is attempting to identify the below suspect in reference to a criminal mischief that occurred on January 20, 0217 at approximately 0216 hours at the Kam Fung Restaurant, 210 Hamilton Street.  Please contact Detective DiMarcello with any information OR SUBMIT A TIP TO THIS SITE.

SUSPECT WANTED FOR THIS CRIME

PICTURE OF THE GRAFFITI

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7/22/2016 - North Brunswick Police looking for a Robbery Suspect
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On Friday, July 1st 2016, a Hispanic male suspect burglarized a Bradley Court home while the residents were inside.

 

Once confronted by a female resident, the suspect grabbed a necklace the victim was wearing and dragged her to the ground before the necklace broke causing injury to her neck. The suspect then fled the residence with the necklace.

 

The suspect is described as:

Hispanic male – mid to late 20’s – approximately 5’7” to 5’10” – muscular build approx. 130 to 160 lbs. -  shoulder length black hair with a ponytail.

 

The suspect is known to frequent and or live in the area of Joyce Kilmer Ave. and Baldwin Street in New Brunswick. The suspect is possibly known by the nickname  “El Bukki”.

 

If you know or have seen this suspect please contact Crime Stoppers

 

This is an additional photo of the suspect. Please click on the link below to view.

 

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5/13/2016 - SUSPECT WANTED IN ATTACK ON STUDENT SURRENDERSIN CUSTODY
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The Middlesex County Prosecutors Office in conjunction with the Rutgers University Police Department and the New Brunswick Police Department are seeking the publics help in locating Michael P. Knight wanted for Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Sexual Assault, Kidnapping, Criminal Sexual Contact, Endangering a Victim and Terroristic Threats.

Michael P. Knight age 37, was charged with aggravated assault, attempted aggravated sexual assault, aggravated sexual contact, kidnapping and endangering his injured victim during the attack on May 4, 2016.

Knight, who may be armed and is considered dangerous, also was charged with terroristic threats for threatening to kill a man who attempted to follow Knight as he fled the scene of the attack. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

 

Michael P. Knight AKA Joseph Little

DOB 5/15/1978 Age 37

Height  6`2"

Weight 220
Knight has a heart shaped tattoo on his right forearm with writing, a tattoo on his upper right arm, tattoos on his left arm and a tattoo on his neck with the letter "D".  He wears the  style of headband as seen in the below photograph.

If located contact Detective George Stilwell of the Prosecutors Office at (908) 616-8961 or Detective Sergeant Carlos Rodriguez from Rutgers Police Department at (732) 932-7211

Michael Knight

 

Michael Knight

 

Knight is also wanted by the Township of South Brunswick Police Department for Burglary with Bail at $5000.00 W 2015 000174 1221. He is also wanted by the Newark Police Department for Criminal Mischief.

If you have any information on the location of Michael Knight please submit a tip

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4/19/2016 - Be on the lookout for Skimming Devices placed on ATM`s
There has been multiple reports of skimming devices being placed on ATM`s throughout the State of New Jersey

What is a skimming device?
  A skimming device is an attachment to an ATM machine that looks just like the card reader on the machine.  The skimmer is usually accompanied by a pinhole camera placed above the ATM`s key pad to record the PIN being entered.
Where have they been found?
  Banks, convenience stores, hotels, other stores and gas stations.  Many businesses are now checking their machines for these devices.

What do you do if you think a skimming device is on the ATM you are using?
Do not try and remove the device.  If the business is open let them know what you have found or call the local police department.

If you have used your card and discover a skimming device call your bank immediately and report it.  





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1/13/2016 - Burglary of an Occupied Residence

The Middlesex Borough Police Department is investigating a burglary of an occupied residence that occurred on January 12, 2016 at 0342 hours.

Two black males threw a brick through the rear window of the victim`s residence and made entry while the elderly victim was asleep. Suspect 1 was described as a thin to medium build, short black male, wearing a brown hooded jacket with a fur lined hood, dark gloves, and a ski mask. The victim stated that the only exposed skin was around suspect 1`s eyes and mouth. Suspect 2 was described as a thin build, short black male, wearing a black hooded jacket with a fur lined hood, dark gloves and a ski mask. The victim stated that the only exposed skin was around suspect 2`s eyes and mouth. The two suspects stole the victim`s  2013 four door silver Acura TL(See the below photograph) using the victim`s keys. A second vehicle was scene parked across the street from the victim`s residence, described as a small dark sedan. Any agency with information please contact Det. Thomas Carroll at 732-356-1900 ext 268 or tcarroll@middlesexpd.com

Or reply to this website......

 

 (NOT THE ACTUAL VEHICLE)

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12/8/2015 - PHARMACY ROBBERIES IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY

The following is a list of Robberies or attempted Robberies of local pharmacies in Middlesex County

 

September 8, 2015 Rite Aid Pharmacy 416 Rt. 1, Edison New Jersey

Two suspects described as Hispanic males who threatened to use a weapon.  Taken was five bottles of Promethazine with Codeine which is used to make a narcotic drink called, “Learn” The suspects fled on foot.  

 

October 28, 2015 Ultracare Pharmacy 272 George Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey.  Two Hispanic males entered the store shouting this is a robbery.  The suspects demanded medication and placed several types into a bag.  The employees said that the suspects entered the store earlier in the day asking about nausea medication.

 

October 29, 2015 Stelton Pharmacy, Piscataway New Jersey.  One male suspect displayed a weapon.  The suspect was described as either an Asian or Hispanic male.

 

November 27, 2015 the Edison Rite Aid Pharmacy located at 1199 Amboy Avenue was also robbed.

 

December 1, 2015 CVS Pharmacy Rt. 27 and New Road, South Brunswick, New Jersey Two suspects walked in.  One suspect motioned as if he had a weapon in his pocket.  The suspects demanded Promethazine with Codeine.  Suspects left in a black Honda Civic.

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11/10/2015 - SHOT FIRED AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE ST. JAMES CHURCH
The Jamesburg Police Department and the Middlesex County Prosecutors Office are investigating a shooting that took place on Saturday November 7, 2015 into Sunday November 8, 2015 in the borough of Jamesburg.

A weapon was fired and the projectile struck the front door of St. James Church which is located at 36 Lincoln Ave. In Jamesburg, New Jersey. Anyone with information about this crime should contact Crime Stoppers thru this site.

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