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NJ Transit Police Charge Six for Blaze that Destroyed Multiple NJ TRANSIT Buses

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog
North Bergen NJ, in April 2022, multiple unoccupied NJ TRANSIT buses were deliberately damaged or destroyed by fire. The buses were located on NJ TRANSIT property in Hudson County. This crime saw much media attention due in part to the overwhelming damage, scale of the scene, and significant fire. ⁣

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⁣For months, an exhaustive investigation took place at NJTPD. To identify, charge, and apprehend the actors responsible, a collaborative approach took place between the Patrol Division, the Intelligence Unit, and the Detective Bureau. As a result, a total of 6 actors were charged in relation to this incident. This includes 2 adults and 4 juveniles. They each face multiple serious offenses and were all charged by the end of 2022. ⁣
We share this update as a reminder to all; anyone who trespasses on NJ TRANSIT property, and anyone who threatens the safety of the system will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. ⁣
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