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ARREST IN COMMUNITY SUPERVISION VIOLATION

During the week of December 7, 2015 New Jersey State Parole opened an investigation into thirty-nine year (39) Suzanne Trainor aka Suzanne Tindall. She was wanted for the third degree crime of Community Supervision for Life (CSL) violation out of Burlington County. The supervising officer of the parolee is Parole Officer Nicole Close. On Thursday December 10, 2015, members of the Megan’s Law Unit of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, including Sergeant Michael V. Cecchini, Detective John M. Argento and Detective Adam J. Hess, provided assistance to Senior Parole Officer Lori Olivieri in the search for the subject. At approximately 10:00 am this morning, all of the above four law enforcement officers searched for and located the subject in Toms River Township. The subject was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Toms River Township Police Department to be processed. Bail on the warrant was set at $50,000 no 10%.

Community Supervision for Life is now a 3rd degree crime in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:43-6.4d that the New Jersey Legislature amended to be made effective on July 1, 2014. This law, along with criminal violations of failure to register, are intertwined with one another and are referred to as CSL / Registration and Community Notification Laws / Megan’s Law. Anyone with relevant information should contact Adam J. Hess at (732) 929 2027 extension 2597. The information may be given anonymously. At this time there is no information on whether the defendant has an attorney. This charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty or found guilty in a court of law.

Photo will be available at the Ocean County Jail web site after completion of processing.

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