Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Laurel Police Department Chief Stephen Riedener announced that a Burlington Township man has been charged with fatally shooting an employee and wounding a patient inside a township medical office this afternoon.
According to a statement released by police,
The incident happened at approximately 3:00 a.m. Tuesday where Mount Laurel Police responded to a residence on the 400 block of Equality Court for the report of a home invasion robbery.
According to NJ State Police officials, on Thursday, June 6, at approximately 2:44 p.m., troopers from Bordentown Station were dispatched to the report of a possible assault on the I-295 northbound exit ramp to State Highway 73 in Mount Laurel Township.
Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino announced that a Burlington County man was sentenced to jail today for falsifying bids to win four contracts worth approximately $4.6 million from the New Jersey Department of Transportation for engineering services related to bridge painting and construction projects.
According to officials, Chetan Shah, 62, of Mount Laurel, was sentenced today to 364 days in the county jail and three years of probation by Superior Court Judge Timothy P. Lydon in Mercer County.
Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino announced that a man from Burlington County, was sentenced to state prison today for manipulating underage girls into engaging in sexual conduct on a webcam while he recorded them via the Internet. He convinced the young girls, whom he met through an anonymous chat service, to play a game he devised called “The Countdown,” which started as a question-and-answer game, but progressed to explicit commands for sexual conduct.