David M. Lynam 3rd of Pitman Pleads Guilty to Robbing Mini-Market in National Park
Monday, October 27, 2014
WOODBURY NJ--David M. Lynam 3rd (DOB7/11/91), of Pitman NJ, pleaded guilty today (10/27) to the 8/22/12 robbery of the Mini-Market on Columbia Blvd. in National Park NJ.
In a negotiated plea, Assistant Gloucester County Prosecutor Temperance Williamson will recommend that Lynam be sentenced to five years in New Jersey state prison and that he serve 85 percent of the prison term before he is considered for parole. Sentencing was scheduled for 12/12/14.
In acknowledging that he committed the second-degree crime, Lynam said he took money and cigarettes from the market. Asked by Superior Court Judge Paul Porrecca how he got caught, Lynam said he was arrested in Philadelphia (8/28/12) “I had a warrant for my arrest,” he said.
Bruce M. Hemphill (DOB 2/1/86), of Paulsboro NJ, was a codefendant in the National Park robbery, in which a store employee punched and kicked. Hemphill was admitted to Drug Court in September and faces a seven-year state prison sentence if he violates conditions set by the judge of that court and is terminated from that program.
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