Wednesday, February 1 2023

A Message From Burlington County Prosecutor Bradshaw

Welcome to the official website of the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office. The members of our Office are honored to serve all of the residents of Burlington County. We are committed to prosecuting individuals who commit crimes, and to treating victims with compassion, respect and sensitivity. We place the highest value on seeking justice in each case we handle, through professionalism in all aspects of our work.

We are excited to keep our fellow residents informed about our efforts to investigate and prosecute crimes in Burlington County, as well as about our Office, our initiatives, our work with crime victims, and our community engagement activities.

We invite you to explore the various sections of our website, and to return often for updated information.

 

 

Recent News

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 27-year-old Camden man was sentenced to five years in New Jersey state prison for leaving the scene of a fatal accident last year after the sport utility vehicle he was driving collided with an oncoming car, killing the other motorist. The sentence was handed down earlier …

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 61-year-old Medford Township woman pled guilty in Superior Court to sexually assaulting a young boy over several years beginning in the early 1980s. On January 20 in Mount Holly, Katherine Clements entered the guilty plea to Sexual Assault (Second Degree), which carries an incarceration period of …

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Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 31-year-old Levittown, Pennsylvania man has been charged with stealing more than $866,000 from his Willingboro-based employer. Brian Myslinski, of Silverspruce Road, surrendered yesterday at the Prosecutor’s Office in Mount Holly. He was charged with Financial Facilitation of Criminal Activity (First Degree), Elements of Computer Theft (First …

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Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a Pennsauken man whose DNA connected him to a Mount Laurel home invasion and sexual assault 25 years ago has been sentenced to eight years in New Jersey state prison. The sentence was handed down in Superior Court in Mount Holly to Rodolfo Vasquez by the Hon. …

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Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that the third and final defendant who conceived the fictitious GoFundMe “Paying it Forward” campaign was sentenced today to three years in New Jersey State Prison for participating in the fraudulent scheme that misled donors into contributing more than $402,000 to a fabricated cause. Katelyn McClure, 32, of …

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  Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a Trenton man was sentenced today to life in prison without the possibility of parole for fatally shooting a 26-year-old woman three years ago inside a parked car on Baldwin Lane in the Buckingham Park section of Willingboro Township. The sentence was handed down in Superior …

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Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 36-year-old Pemberton Township man was sentenced to 23 years in New Jersey state prison for physically abusing a severely developmentally-impaired girl while working as her caregiver in the family’s Southampton home. The sentence was handed down to Edmondo DiPaolo on November 18 in Mount Holly by …

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Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a Palmyra man pled guilty to coaxing underage boys on social media into sending him nude pictures and videos, then using that material to blackmail his victims into performing sexual acts on themselves for his enjoyment. Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Sean Higgins, 32, pled …

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The Burlington County Prosecutor’s office is committed to a standard of excellence in providing our citizens with the most effective and efficient investigation and prosecution of criminal offenders and providing innovative leadership for law enforcement. We will strive to enforce the laws fairly, impartially and justly while treating all victims of crime with compassion and dignity.

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