Saturday, January 6, 2018

Food Delivery Driver Robbed at Gunpoint

Suspects Identified and Charged

On 11/29/17 at approximately 6:35 pm, the Riverside Township Police were dispatched to 100 block of Kossuth St for the report of an armed robbery.  The caller reported to police that he was working as a food delivery driver when he was robbed at gunpoint by at least two masked suspects.  One of the suspects pointed a silver handgun at him while the other searched his pockets and took all of his cash.  He reported that the suspects ran towards the NJ Light Rail train.  

As a result of the ensuing investigation, three suspects (one adult male and two juvenile males) were identified and charged.  The adult, Marlon “PJ” Sutton, 18 years, of Roebling, NJ was identified, charged and arrested on 12/21/17.  He was lodged at Burlington County Jail on charges of Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Assault with a Firearm.  The juveniles, a 17 year old male from Burlington City and a 15 year old male from Willingboro, NJ were charged with the same offenses.  
Marlon "PJ" Sutton, 18 yrs, of Roebling, NJ
On 1/2/18, the 17 year old male was located in Burlington City and taken into custody.  He was processed at the Riverside Township Police Department and he was subsequently lodged at the Burlington County Juvenile Detention Center.  His name is being withheld due to juvenile confidentiality laws.  

The 15 year old male is still wanted.  He was a resident of Willingboro but he also has ties to Pemberton and Trenton.  His whereabouts are unknown.  Other local agency detectives identified the 15 year old as a street gang member representing “GBM” (Gotti Boy Movement) a Bloods gang set.  His name is being withheld due to juvenile confidentiality laws.  

If anyone has any additional information regarding this case, contact Riverside Township Sergeant Ron Brock @ 856-461-8820 x166  or

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