HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Hackensack police tracked down four people in connection with the knifepoint robbery of a 64-year-old man who was cut on the face.
Two robbers accosted the South Hackensack victim, demanding his wallet, just after 9:30 p.m. July 21 in front of 204 South Main Street, Capt. Patrick Coffey told Daily Voice on Wednesday.
One of them pressed a knife against his face while taking the wallet, which held $200 in case and credit cards, the victim told police. He sustained a minor cut as a result, Coffey said.
An intensive investigation involving Hackensack police detectives and officers identified four suspects -- all of whom used the victim's credit cards at different locations, the captain said.
One of them, 23-year-old Ari J. Moore J. of Teaneck, was charged with robbery and various weapons offenses, as well as with credit card fraud and receiving stolen property.
He also had active warrants out of Hackensack, Maywood and Tenafly and a criminal history dating back several years, records show.
Also charged with credit card fraud and receiving stolen property were:
- Leroy Woods-Williams, 21, of Hackensack;
- Alexus Holmes, 21, of Lodi;
- Quataysia Moore, 18, of Hackensack.
A judge ordered Moore released a day after the arrest pending further court action in the case.
The rest were freed pending court hearings.
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