North Brunswick police charge 4 men for allegedly throwing eggs at more than 70 cars

Four men were charged for allegedly throwing eggs at more than 70 cars in North Brunswick.

Four men were charged for allegedly throwing eggs at more than 70 cars in North Brunswick. (3/3/17)

NORTH BRUNSWICK - North Brunswick police say that they have charged four men nicknamed the “Mad eggers” who allegedly threw eggs at more than 70 cars in the Hidden Lake section of town.

Taranbir Singh, 18, of Carteret, and Hamza Ahmed, 20, also of Carteret, were arrested Thursday evening.

Manraj Singh, 19, of Carteret, and Simranjit Singh, 21, of Sayreville, were arrested Friday afternoon.

All four were charged with numerous counts of criminal mischief and have since been released.

Police say that they do not believe that the four men have any ties to North Brunswick other than randomly choosing to target cars in the town.

Authorities believe there are more victims who have not reported the incidents to police.

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