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Elizabeth Man Sentenced to 75 Years for Murder After Killing Girlfriend on Easter of 2016

October 15, 2018

ELIZABETH, NJ - The Elizabeth man who killed his girlfriend on Easter Sunday 2016 before fleeing the state with their infant daughter has been sentenced to 75 years in state prison for the crime, says acting Union County Prosecutor Michael A. Monahan.

Arturo Alomas 35, from Elizabeth, will have to serve a minimum of 85 percent of the term before the possibility of parole under the conditions ...

Former Elizabeth Police Officer Sentenced in Fatal Motorcycle Crash

MIDDLESEX, NJ - Former Elizabeth Police Officer Romulo Meneses-Alvarez, 31, of Elizabeth was sentenced on Friday to serve 270 days in jail as a condition of his probation for causing the death of a 29-year old man from Elizabeth while driving while intoxicated.

According to Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey, Alvarez must serve the 270 days in county jail as a condition of the 3 years ...

Elizabeth Man Sentenced to 32 Years for Killing Wife and Discarding Her Body in Abandoned House

ELIZABETH, NJ -  An Elizabeth man convicted earlier this year of killing his wife in the home they shared with their young child, discarding her body in an abandoned house 10 miles away, and repeatedly lying to investigators about what happened as they worked to solve the crime has been sentenced to 32 years in state prison, according to acting Union County Prosecutor Michael A.

Many Come Out for Program to Re-Integrate Residents Back into the Community After Incarceration

ELIZABETH, NJ - Dignitaries from all levels of New Jersey Government came out to show support for the 3-day event to help those who have been incarcerated to reintegrate back into the community. 

The Elizabeth Public Library and the NJ REENTRY Corporation in collaboration with Union County and the City of Elizabeth representatives, coordinated the events and services focused on people ...

Two Elizabeth Residents Charged with Animal Cruelty After Claims of Leaving Sick Dog Chained Up Without Food and Water

ELIZABETH, NJ - Two Elizabeth residents have been charged with leaving an elderly and sickly dog chained up outside in unsanitary conditions without food or water, says acting Union County Prosecutor Michael A. Monahan. 

Moris and Glady Gamez, 47 and 48 years of age, respectively, were both charged on Thursday with fourth-degree animal cruelty. 

Elizabeth Police officers Daniel ...

Over Fifty Animals Rescued in Two Elizabeth Animal Cruelty Cases

ELIZABETH, NJ -  Over fifty animals were rescued from unsafe and unsanitary living conditions as a result of a pair of independent animal cruelty investigations that took place in Elizabeth in July says, Union County Prosecutor’s Office Investigations Supervisor John Esmerado.

Rosa Montero who lives on the 200 block of Fulton Street in Elizabeth has been charged in the First case ...


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