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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. 

3/17/2014 - Serial Bank Robber Wanted in connection with multi county crime spree

The following Bank Robberies have been carried out by the same individual including two recent cases in Middlesex County:


- On Saturday March 22, 2014 a suspect walked into the Rahway Savings Bank in the Colonia Section of Woodbridge and haded the teller a note demanding money.  The teller handed the suspect cash and the suspect then fled the bank on foot.  This appears to be the same suspect involved in the below described robberies.  The suspect is described as a white male, 5`10" tall, average build wearing a baseball cap with an "A" on the front..click on the links below for the most recent pictures.

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-On Saturday, 03/08/2014 the Capital One Bank located at 775 Route 1 South, Woodbridge, New Jersey was robbed by a White male 5`7" tall, in his forties, with a mustache, wearing a red cap, black winter jacket and dark pants.     This same subject is wanted in connection with the robberies of the Investors Savings Bank located at 51 South Broad Street in Elizabeth, New Jersey on 08/30/2013 and 10/30/2013, the PNC Bank located at 45 South Marine Avenue, Fanwood, New Jersey on 12/07/2013, the Capital One Bank located at 815 Route 22 , North Plainfield, New Jersey on 01/25/2014, and the PNC Bank located at 1730 OakTree Road, Edison, New Jersey on 03/01/2014.03/08/2014 Woodbridge, New Jersey03/08/2014 Woodbridge, New Jersey


-On Saturday, 03/01/14, at approximately 11:30 AM, the PNC Bank located at 1730 Oak Tree Road, Edison, New Jersey was robbed by a White male 5`7" tall, with a beard.He wore a camouflage colored cap, dark jacket and black gloves.  

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North Plainfield

On Saturday, 01/25/14, the Capital  One Bank located at 815 Route 22, North Plainfield, New Jersey,at approximately 12:40 PM was robbed by a White male 5`7" tall, with a beard. He wore a camouflage colored cap, tan jacket and black gloves and a black scarf.

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-On Saturday 12/07/2013, the PNC Bank  located at 45 South Martine Avenue in Fanwood, New Jersey was robbed by a White male,  5`7" tall, 200 lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a red hat, black jacket, jeans, and a blue scarf.

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-On Wednesday, 10/30/2013, at approximately 4:00 PM, the Investors bank, located at 51 South Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey was robbed by a White, male in his late 20s to early 30s, approximately  5`4` to 5`5" tall, and 160 lbs. He had a medium build, full beard, and auburn/red hair. He wore a red baseball cap, a red t-shirt, black pants and carried a black backpack. 

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- On 08/30/2013, the Investors Savings Bank located at 51 South Broad Street, in Elizabeth, New Jersey was robbed by a White male, 5`5" to  5`5" tall, medium build, clean shaven, wearing black sunglasses, a red hat, grey shirt and tan shorts. He was carrying a black book bag.

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2/20/2014 - New Brunswick Murder on February 15, 2014












The New Brunswick Police Department and Middlesex Count Prosecutor’s  Office  are  investigating  a  murder which occurred on February 15, 2014 between the hours of

3:00am and 9:00am in the area of 28 Hartwell Street.  The victim was last seen wearing tan Timberland boots, blue jeans, a red tee shirt, a dark colored North Face jacket and a  white  bandana  around  his  head.     Anyone  with information please contact New Brunswick Police Detective Martinez 732-745-5217 or Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office Investigator Daniewicz 732-745-4018 or respond to this site....






El Departamento de Policía de Nueva Brunswick y la Oficina del Fiscal del Condado de Middlesex están investigando un asesinato ocurrido el 15 de febrero 2014 entre las horas de 3:00 am y 9:00 am en el área de 28 Hartwell Street. La víctima fue vista por última vez con botas Timberland color canela, blue jeans, una camiseta roja, una chaqueta oscura de color North Face y un pañuelo blanco alrededor de la cabeza. Cualquier persona con información, póngase en contacto con Nueva Brunswick Policía Detective Martinez 732-745-5217   o   del   Condado   de   Middlesex   Fiscalía Investigador Daniewicz 732-745-4018.


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1/17/2014 - Rash of Residential Burglaries in East Brunswick
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East Brunswick Police Department  is reporting a significant amount of residential burglaries in two sections of the township.  The two sections that have been heavily targeted are the River Road section near Old Bridge Turnpike in the southeast corner of town and Tices Lane section near Ryders Lane in the northern part of town.  These burglaries are occurring in the late afternoon hours with entry made through rear windows & slider doors.

Residents are asked to safeguard their homes when they are leaving for periods of time.  If you see any suspicious activities, please report them.  Middlesex County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the capture and conviction of the suspects responsible for the burglaries. Anyone with information can call 1-800-939-9600  or reply on this site. All tips are confidential and callers can remain anonymous.

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Middlesex County Crime Stoppers in conjunction with the South Brunswick Police Department is seeking information into a series of residential burglaries.

The burglary spree dates back to December of 2013 and involves more than a dozen break-ins in the Kendall Park section of the Township. The suspects have targeted homes off Route 27 during the evening hours. The suspects would force entry through a window or sliding glass door, then steal jewelry from the home.

 Middlesex County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the capture and conviction of the suspects responsible for the burglaries. Anyone with information can call 1-800-939-9600  or reply on this site. All tips are confidential and callers can remain anonymous.

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Attention North Brunswick, East Brunswick, South Brunswick and surrounding towns:


 From North Brunswick Police:

  The township continues to experience residential burglaries. Recent locations include Osage Road and Plains Gap Road. Entry is being made by prying open rear sliding doors and rear windows. Please call (732) 545-3200 (North Brunswick Police) immediately if you observe any suspicious activity. The North Brunswick Police Department has added extra patrols to all shifts in an attempt to thwart future burglaries and apprehend the suspects.


Similar burglaires have been occurring in South Brunswick and East Brunswick as well.  If you observe a burglary in progress call your local police department right away.  If you have any information concerning suspects please leave a tip.


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7/31/2013 - Career Criminal Wanted for multiple burglaries in Woodbridge Township

Middlesex County Crime Stoppers needs your help in locating a career criminal wanted for two recent burglaries in Woodbridge Township

David Carroway age 52 was recently released by the New Jersey Department of Corrections after seving time for burglaries in several New Jersey counties.  The Woodbridge Police Department, while investigating recent burglaries, developed Carroway as a suspect and signed complaints against him for the crimes.

On July 1, 2013  Carroway entered a building located on Route 1 through an unlocked door and went to the cashiers office where he removed a safe containing cash and various paperwork. The suspect put the safe in the rear of a red SUV and fled.

Carroway is same suspect who committed a similar burglary at Majestic Lanes in Woodbridge on June 6, 2013. He was wearing the exact same shirt and clothing however was driving a gold colored sedan during that incident.

Carroway is 5`8" tall, approximately 230 lbs and has salt and pepper hair.

 AKA: BROWN, RALPH                                                   

CALLAWAY, DAVID                                                 

CALLOWAY, DAVID                                                  

CALLOWAY, RALPH                                                  

CALLOWAY, ROBERT L.                                              


CARROWAY, ROBERT L.                                            

CARTER, DAVID                                                 

GREEN, DAVID                                                    

  ONEAL, DAVID         


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Lakeridge West and surrounding areas of Old Bridge have been the target of numerous acts of graffiti during the past week.

If you have any information, you many contact the Middlesex County Crime Stoppers Tip Line: 1-800-939-9600. 

You can also text MIDTIP plus your message to 274637 (Crimes) or contact Detective Mike Machen or Detective Richard Tulko at the Old Bridge Police Department (732) 721-5600 x3210 or x3181.

Your identity will be kept confidential.

The Old Bridge Police Department is working diligently to identify those responsible and your help is needed! There is a strong reason to believe that those responsible live in your community. If you were the victim of graffiti, please report the crime and then remove the graffiti promptly.         

Studies have shown the longer it remains, the more it invites additional vandalism.


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6/15/2013 - New Brunswick Shooting - $1000 Reward
Police are looking for two men, wearing ski masks — one armed with a handgun — who robbed a 19-year-old city man of his cellphone, then shot him in the buttocks.

According to police, Saturday morning, a 19-year-old city man was robbed on Fulton Street near Rutgers Street.

At about 2:30 a.m., two men wearing ski masks approached the 19-year-old city man on the street and demanded money.

The victim handed over his cellphone to the robbers and was shot once, police said.

The robbers fled on foot and the city man was treated at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for the nonlife-threatening injury.

Anyone with information on the robbery and shooting is incident is asked to contact the New Brunswick Police Detective Bureau at 732-745-5217.

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6/9/2013 - New Brunswick Man Shot in Chest - $1000 Reward
A 25-year-old city man was in stable but serious condition Monday morning following a shooting Sunday on Baldwin Street, police said.

Joel Gonzalez was shot in the chest about 1 a.m. on the street near a home where he’d attended a party, said New Brunswick police Capt. J.T. Miller.

“A preliminary police investigation suggests that Mr. Gonzalez was inside 150 Baldwin Street attending a party prior to the shooting,” Miller said in a report.

“During the party, Mr. Gonzalez became involved in some sort of altercation with other individuals who were also attending the party,” the report states.

When Gonzalez left the party, the altercation continued in the street and Gonzalez was shot in the chest, police said.

Gonzalez was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

“Police are actively investigating the motive behind the altercation and the identities of the suspects involved,” Miller said.

Anyone with information on the altercation at the party or the subsequent shooting is asked to call Detective Drew Weiss at (732) 745-5217.

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Authorities in Middlesex County are offering a cash reward for information on a house fire this morning they believe was deliberately set.

The blaze in the two-story colonial broke out just before 4 a.m., police said. Though firefighters brought the blaze at the home on Arlene Drive under control within 15 minutes, flames had already caused extensive damage, Monroe police said in a news release.

A 24-year veteran of the Edison Police Department, and his family were not hurt in what officials called a "horrific, cowardly act," but the attack left police leaders shaken and angered.

The New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association announced a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the attack, and the Middlesex Prosecutor’s Office is spearheading an investigation into the suspected arson.

By this afternoon officials had declared the fire an arson. The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office said the blaze was intentionally set, but did not release information on the origin and ignition of the fire.

Anyone with information can also call Monroe Police Sgt. Lisa Robinson at (732) 521-0222, ext. 149, or prosecutor’s office Investigator Todd O’Malley at (732) 745-3908.


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