Officials announce 'Fugitive Safe Surrender' program

SOMERSET - Attorney General Paula T. Dow, along with law enforcement agencies from several counties, announced the "Fugitive Safe Surrender" program today.

Individuals wanted on an outstanding warrant from anywhere in New Jersey can turn themselves in at a church in Somerset as part of the program.

During the four-day event, fugitives will turn themselves in and then be transported to McKinley School in New Brunswick, where they will meet with a judge to resolve their case.

The program is scheduled to take place Nov. 3-6.

Law enforcement agencies and organizations in Middlesex, Somerset, Mercer and Monmouth counties are involved in the effort.

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