Sussex County Prosecutor's report

| 15 Feb 2012 | 11:27

    Jan. 9 Victor Albert, 28, of Andover, pled guilty to violation of restraining order, a fourth-degree crime, and certain persons not to have firearms, a third degree crime. Tamar E. Anderson, 23, of Wantage pled guilty to two counts of third-degree theft. She admitted that while employed as a cleaning person, she stole several items of jewelry from two different homes. The incidents were investigated by Detective Marc Rubino of the Sparta Township Police Department and New Jersey State Trooper Alex Muro. Jan. 10 Washington M. Chavez, 42, of Mt. Olive, was charged with contempt, a fourth-degree crime. He is charged with violating the provisions of a restraining order under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act. An indictment charges Matthew M. Morley, 30, of Vernon, with terroristic threats, a third-degree crime; four counts of burglary and four counts of theft, third-degree crimes. The case was investigated by Ptlm. Ronald Koumaras and Det. Sean Talt of Vernon Police Department. Jan. 13 William J. Shurley, 50, of Medford, was sentenced to four years probation, 180 days in jail (credit for 153 days), and 10-year loss of his driver’s license. On Nov. 7, 2011, Shurley pled guilty to child abuse/neglect, a crime of the fourth degree, and the motor vehicle offenses of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident. Ryan Manca, 29, of Franklin, was sentenced to three years probation, 53 days of jail (time served), submit to TASC evaluation and defendant’s drivers license is revoked. Defendant must have no contact with the victim and their family. Fees and fines also apply. On Nov. 2, 2011, Manca pled guilty to the third-degree crime of conspiracy to possess a controlled dangerous substance, the disorderly persons offense of resisting arrest and the disorderly persons offense of being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance. Jessica Geary, 30, of Franklin, was sentenced to four years probation and credit for two days in jail. She must complete 250 hours of community service, continue outpatient treatment and pay restitution to the victims and fees and fines. On June 8, 2011, Geary pled guilty to two counts of fourth-degree theft.