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Woodbridge Man Sentenced to Jail for Robbing Rutgers Students

By rlsmetro on
New Brunswick

A judge sentenced a Woodbridge man to five years in a NJ prison for robbing two Rutgers University students and threatening an officer, according to authorities.

Officials say Najee Hall, 18, pleaded guilty on July 31 to two counts of armed robbery and one count of making terroristic threats to the officer while Hall was in custody.

The judge sentenced Hall on Sept. 19, officials said.

In the agreement, officials say Hall must serve at least four years of the sentence.

New Brunswick police arrested Hall on Nov. 26, 2017, for the armed robberies of two Rutgers' students on Baldwin Street in New Brunswick .

Officials say he was then arrested in July for making terroristic threats while in custody at the Middlesex County Juvenile Detention Center.