Law & Justice

Livingston Court News July 25


New York Woman Charged with Harassment

Kimberly Coroncos of Bronxville, N.Y. was charged on Thursday, July 25 with harassment. 

She allegedly left a series of voicemail messages on her ex-husband's phone consistently over a span of several months.

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Coroncos appeared in court on July 25 and plead guilty to an amended charge the township ordinance of ‘creating disturbance.’

She was charged a $400 fee with a $33 court cost.


Journey’s Shoe Store Employee Charged with Theft

Priscilla Zunin of Wayne appeared in Livingston Municipal Court on Thur. July 25 to plead guilty to a charge of theft.

Zunin, who at the time was employed by Journey’s shoe store in the Livingston Mall, allegedly stole daily deposits from the store from March 28 to April 2, totaling $3,084.63.

Due to the large amount, Zunin’s crime is indictable at the Essex County level, however, her case was remanded back to Livingston as a disorderly person’s offense.

Zunin plead guilty and was charged a $250 fee with a $33 court cost, $50 to Victims of Crime Compensation Organization and $75 to Safe Neighborhood.


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