Flemington, NJ - Recent indictments released by Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III reveal one couple that face 20 indictments between them.

Alisa L. Kuc and Ann M. Guadagnino were indicted on eight counts relating to incidents in Raritan Township last October, including one third-degree count of conspiracy to commit burglary in Raritan Township; conspiracy to commit theft in Raritan Township; one count of third-degree burglary for breaking into a vehicle on Brentwood Court in Flemington; a fourth-degree charge of credit card theft; a third-degree charge of burglary for allegedly breaking into a vehicle on Worthington Terrace in Flemington; a third-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking a purse with various credit, debit and gift cards, sunglasses and a wallet; a third-degree charge of burglary for entering a vehicle; and a fourth-degree charge of credit card theft.

The pair also face a string of indictments alleging various crimes occurring in Flemington and Raritan Township last September and October, including a third-degree charge of conspiracy to commit burglary; a third-degree charge of burglary for allegedly entering a Monsey Road home; a third-degree charge of conspiracy to commit theft; a third-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking for allegedly taking jewelry, coins, collectible stamps, and bank checks; and a third-degree charge of forgery after submitting a check to TD Bank.

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Kuc was also indicted on a third-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking $550 from a victim’s bank account; a third-degree forgery charge after presenting a check to TD Bank; a fourth-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking for taking $250 from a victim’s bank account; a third-degree forgery charge after submitting a check to TD Bank; a fourth-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking of $497 from a victim’s bank account; a third-degree forgery charge for submitting a check to TD Bank; and a fourth-degree charge of criminal attempt to commit theft by attempting to cash a $498 forged check.

An indictment reflects a Grand Jury’s belief that there is sufficient evidence for prosecution of a case to proceed. In New Jersey, those indicted do not have an opportunity to defend themselves before the Grand Jury. All defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court.