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NJ State Police Arrest Pennsylvania Fugitive Wanted for Parole Violation

By kcora on
Hamilton Township (Atlantic) New Jersey

The New Jersey State Police have arrested Hunter Wolfson, 21, of Reading, P.A., for violation of parole with the lead offense being sexual assault of a minor.

According to authorities, Wolfson was issued a warrant for violation of parole on April 10th and was believed to be hiding in Hamilton, NJ since then. Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit received information that Wolfson was staying at a hotel on Route 1 in Monmouth Junction.

Officials say on June 29th, the State Police Fugitive Unit, with assistance from Hamilton Township Police Department, and South Brunswick Police Department surrounded the Monmouth Junction Hotel where Wolfson was believed to be staying. Wolfson was located at the hotel, arrested without incident and transported to Cranbury Station for processing.

Authorities charged Hunter Wolfson with being a fugitive of justice and was lodged at Middlesex County Jail pending extradition to Pennsylvania.

Charges are mere accusations and the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty.