Caught On Camera: Brutal Home Invasion In North NJ


dreamsonthehill:

melbPart of a discussion I made on my blog I mention drugs. I’m assuming this man is on drugs, perhaps not, but so many robberies and murders are because many people are becoming hooked on crack and various other drugs. Crack and other drugs are a detriment to our society and destroying peoples lives.

Originally posted on CBS Philly:

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MILLBURN, N.J. (AP) — A hulking robber forced his way into a home and attacked a woman watching cartoons with her 3-year-old daughter, punching and kicking her in a series of assaults recorded by a home surveillance camera before throwing her down the basement stairs and nonchalantly walking out the front door, police said.

Portions of the nanny cam footage were aired on television Tuesday as police sought the public’s help in identifying the man responsible for the attack, which occurred Friday morning in Millburn, a suburb of about 20,000 residents just west of New York.

Police Capt. Michael Palardy said he was revolted by what he saw the man do to the woman on the video.

“There was no reason for him to touch her at all because she would have willingly gave him what he wanted,” Palardy said. “I’ve probably gone through this…

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