A member who started the James Bond Gang has been arrested this week on charges of him being involved with the burglaries of wealthy residences throughout the state, but mostly Bergen County. A member who started the James Bond Gang has been arrested this week on charges of him being involved with the burglaries of wealthy residences throughout the state, but mostly Bergen County. Bruce Cap Anderson a 48 year old man from Queens is being held without bail in Manhattan before he is brought to Bergen County. Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said. Once at the Bergen County Jail he will be held on $500,000 bail. Many of the other members of the James Bond Gang were arrested last year, Mr. Anderson was arrested Tuesday. The members would rent high end luxury vehicles to do their burglaries, and they would chose the high end neighborhoods and often break into the home, in the early evening. The burglars generally targeted high-end residences located in affluent neighborhoods, according to John L. Molinelli. The homes were likely selected due to their size, the presence of expensive vehicles in the driveway and the appearance that the residences were unoccupied at the time of the burglary. Bruce Anderson was charged with one count of fencing, as well as one count of complicity to commit the offense of fencing.
Under N.J.S.A. 2C:20-7(1b) which is Fencing, is the possesion of altered property.included is the dealing of stolen property. A person is guilty of dealing in stolen property if he traffics, or initiates, organizes, plans, finances, directs, manages or supervises trafficking in stolen property. Fencing is a crime of the 2nd degree, which if found guilty a person is looking at a New Jersey State Prison sentence of 5 to 10 years.
Under N.J.S.A. 2C:2-6(1) which is Liability for ones conduct. It involves having another person do the work. Acting with the kind of culpability that is sufficient for the commision of the offense, he causes an innocent or irresponsible person to engage in such conduct. It is a crime of the 2nd degree and if found guilty a person is looking at spending 5 to 10 years in New Jersey State Prison.
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