TWO CHARGED WITH WITNESS TAMPERING

Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel
Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel

Members of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office charged two men today with second-degree witness tampering Prosecutor Ted Housel said.
In January, 2010, the Atlantic County Grand Jury returned an Indictment charging Caleb A. Bostic and Daniel Rivera with third-degree burglary stemming from the November, 2009, break-in of a motor vehicle in Atlantic City. The Indictment also charged Rivera with fourth-degree hindering apprehension.
It is alleged that in August, 2010, Bostic, 19, of Hammonton and Rivera 35, of Atlantic City, threatened the witness who had called 9-1-1 to report the break-in and later identified the two men to the police. In addition to witness tampering, Bostic was charged today with third-degree terroristic threats.
Both men are lodged at the Atlantic County Justice facility in lieu of blanket bail in the amount of $100,000.00, no 10%, set by the Honorable Charles Middlesworth, Jr., JSC.

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