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Woodbury man sentenced in robberies

March 30, 2012


Jason Moore  (DOB 11/5/90)  of South Evergreen Ave., Woodbury was sentenced today  (3/31)  to five years in New Jersey state prison for his admitted role in the armed robberies of attendants at two service stations and a taxi driver in Woodbury between Nov. 15 and Nov. 23, 2010.


Moore pleaded guilty to the second-degree charges of conspiracy to commit robbery on Jan. 30, 2012


In sentencing Moore to three concurrent five-year terms, Superior court Judge M. Christine Allen-Jackson said he must serve 85 percent of his sentence before he is eligible for parole and will be subject to three years of parole supervision after his release. He will be credited for time in jail since his arrest.


Moore admitted participating in the robbery at gunpoint of employees of a Citgo station in Woodbury Heights on Nov. 15, 2010 and a  Lukoil station in Woodbury on Nov. 20, 2010 and a taxi driver on East Centre St. on Nov. 23, 2011.  He was arrested Nov. 30, 2010 following questioning on the robberies.  A codefendant in the taxi driver holdup,  Jamal Hayes  (DOB 3/21/92), of 502 Broadway, Westville, pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery and was sentenced  to five years in state prison on Nov. 10, 2011.