|Would Be Robber Chases Victim to Patrol Division HQ|
Sheriff Armando Fontoura stated that as sheriff’s officers were getting into their patrol vehicles in the division’s parking lot off Clifton Avenue the observed a 1989 Cadillac screech to a halt at the intersection of Victoria Avenue.
The driver of the vehicle got out of the car with a knife in his hand and shouted to a pedestrian to give up his IPod. The potential victim, a 34-year-old city man, ran directly to the
Fontoura said his officers observed the entire incident. Upon realizing where he was the suspect, Naquise Williams, age 26 of
The officers then questioned the passenger in Williams’ car. They determined him to be Stanley Gaskins, age 34, of
Williams was charged with first degree robbery, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes and the unlawful possession of a weapon. Gaskins was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Both suspects were lodged in the Essex County Correctional Facility where they await arraignment on today’s charges.