Colts Neck Marijuana Arrests, DWI and Criminal Charges
If you have been arrested or issued a traffic ticket in Colts Neck, call to speak with an experienced defense lawyer. Since Route 18, Route 537 and Route 34 all traverse Colts Neck, a moderate number of speeding tickets are issued by both Colts Neck Police and New Jersey State Police. Some of these tickets unfortunately lead to CDS, drug and marijuana possession arrested when police detect the presence of drugs impairment. Call for a consultation on your case.
Colts Neck Municipal Court
Colts Neck Municipal Court is located at 124 Cedar Drive, Colts Neck. Ph: (732) 431-1799. Sessions are held every Friday at 9:00 am. Hon. Richard B. Thompson, P.J.M.C. is the judge and John Bennett, Esq. the prosecutor. The court has jurisdiction over disorderly person and traffic offenses committed in Colts Neck. All indictable and juvenile arrests in Colts Neck are heard at the Monmouth County Superior Court.
Colts Neck Criminal Statistics
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 77 major crimes. This results in a crime rate per 1,000 residents of 7.6 and a violent rate of 0.4. There were no murders or rapes. The reports included 1 robbery, 3 assaults, 26 burglaries, 42 cases of domestic violence, 3 bias crimes and 21 incidents of police force.
Colts Neck school system is excellent, however approximately 40% of high school students attend private institutions. The education level ranks among the highest in the nation. Of the 25-and-older population, 47.59% have a bachelor’s or graduate degree versus 19.23% for the typical US community.
The most common male industries are construction (27%), wood products (9%) and truck transportation (8%). The Armed Forces employ 17.06% of the workforce. In the civilian sector, the Retail and Professional, scientific and technical services industries are important. Each one employs 12.03%. Females work in health care (24%), and food and beverage stores (12%).