Hainseport Criminal & DWI Defense
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Hainesport – NJ
Hainesport Township was incorporated in 1924, from portions of Lumberton Township. Its former name was Long Bridge. The Census Bureau registers its total area at 6.7 square miles, of which less than 3% is water. Just over 4,000 people call Hainesport home. While much of the town is part of the urban greater Mt. Holly area, some rural areas still exist. Female inhabitants represented 51% of the population. Female median income was $33,932. The median age of female residents was 38.5 years. Approximately a third of the female working force is engaged in health care (12%), educational services (10%), and professional, scientific and technical services (8%).
The median age of the roughly 2,000 male residents was similar to that of females (38.4 years). The median income of the male population in 2000 was $49,015. Almost a third of this segment of the population is employed in construction (13%), professional, scientific and technical services (10%), and finance and insurance (6%).
The most common first ancestries reported comprise Irish (19.6%), German (17.7%), Italian (17.2%), English (10.1%) and Polish (7.8%). The principal races represented in this township are White (94.09%), African American (2.67%), Hispanic or Latino (2.13%) and Asian (1.70%). There are presently 119 foreign-born residents, 79% of whom are naturalized citizens. The most usual places of birth of the foreign-born include Germany (22%), Vietnam (19%), Canada (16%), Russia (10%), United Kingdom (8%), Spain (8%) and Colombia (8%).
In 2000, there were 1,150 families residing in Hainesport with a median income of $72,005. About 2.0% of them were below the poverty line. The per capita income was $28,091. The percentage of the population living below the poverty line was 3.0%. In 2000, the median house or condo value was $143,500. This value more than doubled by 2008 to $310,024. The rise in median household income was not of the same magnitude (from $66,417 in 2000 to $84,762 in 2008).
The distribution of the population by age reveals that about a fourth (26.3%) was under the age of 18. There were more people 65 years of age and older than young adults (11.8% versus 5.7%). The majority of the inhabitants (59%) fell into the 25 to 64 age bracket.More than a third (35.7%) of the 1,477 households registered in the 2000 census had children under the age of 18 living with them. Married couples living together accounted for the largest proportion (67.5%) of households. Non-family households represented 22.1%.
According to the N.J. State Police Uniform Crime, 122 major crimes were committed in 2009. This results in a crime rate per 1,000 residents of 20.5 and a violent rate of 0.5. There were no murders, rapes, bias crimes or incidents of police force. The reports included 1 robbery, 2 assaults, 33 burglaries, and 15 cases of domestic violence.2000 data on educational attainment of the population 25 and older show that 37.9% completed high school (versus 29.4% statewide). Holders of a bachelor’s degree represented 17.1% versus 18.8% in the whole state. People with a master’s, professional or doctorate degree accounted for 7.7% versus 11.0% statewide.