SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Police said Tuesday that believe they have two juveniles responsible for a series of crimes committed during the early part of the month.
Police said the crimes, committed between July 2-8, ranged from allegedly taking a motor vehicle without consent to slashing vehicle tires.
The criminal mischief involved three different vehicles having their tires slashed in the Brunswick Acres Development and Royal Oaks Apartment complex over the July 4 holiday weekend, police said.
The two unidentified juveniles, ages 14 and 15, were also charged with cyber harassment for threatening another teenager via the Snapchat social media application, police said.
The final incident took place on July 8 when patrol officers stopped the teenagers while they were driving a motor vehicle on Wynwood Drive.
According to police, the teenagers took the vehicle without the owner’s consent.
Both teens were charged with five counts of juvenile delinquency, and the cases forward to Middlesex County Family Court in New Brunswick, police said.
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