Defense Attorney for Millstone Criminal Charges
Most criminal and juvenile arrests in Millstone are for possession of marijuana. However, more serious are occasionally made by New Jersey State Police in Millstone. I have represented clients in the Millstone Municipal Court for drug charges, assault, domestic violence and other crimes. Some DWI and traffic tickets, especially for speeding are also given in Millstone, especially on Route 33 and Route I-195. The volume of arrests and traffic tickets in Millstone climbs in the months that Six Flags – Great Adventure is open. If you are facing a criminal charges or DWI in Millstone Court, call now to speak with a local defense attorney.
Millstone Township is a rural community in western Monmouth County. The town is accessible by Routes 33, 522, and I-195. All traffic tickets, Millstone DWI charges, less than 50 grams of marijuana and disorderly persons offenses are heard in the Millstone Municipal Court.
Roosevelt was established as a borough named Jersey Homesteads in 1937 from portions of Millstone Township. The community was renamed after Franklin Delano Roosevelt after the president’s death. According to the U.S. Census Bureau it has a total area of 2.0 square miles, all of it land. As of the census of 2000, there were 933 people in Roosevelt. The population grew to 1,039 by 2010. In 2000 there were 337 households, out of which 39.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them. Almost two thirds (64.1%) of thee households were composed of married couples living together.
The major ancestries cited by the residents of this borough in 2000 were 19% Irish, 12% German and 8% Italian. The racial composition was 88.96% White, 4.50% Hispanic or Latino of any race, 2.57% African American and 2.04% Asian. By 2010, this composition had changed to 84.22% White, 6.93% Hispanic, 2.21% African American and 2.41% Asian.
The median age of the population of Roosevelt at the time of the 200 census was 40 years. Almost a third (27.8%) was represented by teenagers and 12.1% by those who were 65 years of age or older. The median income for a household in the borough was $61,979 in 2000. By 2009 the estimate rose to $85,554. Likewise, there was an increase in the per capita income from $24,892 in 2000 to $33,138 in 2009. Unemployment in 2000 stood at 4.4% and doubled by Mach 2011 to reach 8.6%. The estimated median house or condo value in 2009 was $264,684 versus $133,600 in 2000. The January 2011 cost of living index in Roosevelt was 119.1. Approximately 4.1% of the population was living below the poverty line in 2000 including 18.4% of those aged 65 and over.
For population 25 years and over in Roosevelt, the level of educational attainment measured in 2000 showed that 93.0% had completed high school or higher. This figure rose to 94.91% in 2010 versus 85.85% for the state. Individuals who completed a bachelor’s degree represent 28.09% vs. 20.65% for the state. Those with a graduate degree account for 18.92% of this population versus 12.05% at state level and 9.84% nationally. Children aged 3 and over not enrolled in school in 2010 were 69.49% versus 72.67% and 71.64% at state and national level, respectively. During the period 2005-2009, one third of the males of Roosevelt were employed in the industries of information (12%), educational services (12%) and construction (10%). Approximately 40% of the females were engaged in educational services (19%), and health care and social assistance (18%).
The total crime risk index of this borough measured in 2010 was 2 versus 73 and 100 for the state and the country, respectively, with a robbery risk of 0. The highest risk indexes, compared to state levels, are represented by motor vehicle theft (11 vs. 76), larceny (5 vs. 62), burglary (5 vs. 66), rape (5 vs. 39) and murder (15 vs. 84). In 2008 the New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Roosevelt as the 12th best place to live in New Jersey.