Lakewood Stabbing Fugitive Nabbed By U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force

A man wanted by the Lakewood Police Department for a stabbing was nabbed this afternoon by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, Police confirm to TLS. Police say Lakewood resident TeresoDejesus Meza’juarez, 26, was wanted after stabbing a man on the evening of July 1st.

Following a joint investigation by the Lakewood Detetctives Bureau and the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department, police learned that Meza’juarez had fled Lakewood following the stabbing.

This afternoon, the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force in conjunction with the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department nabbed the suspect in Monmouth County.

Meza’juarez was turned over to Lakewood, where he was charged with 2nd Degree Aggravated Assault and with Possession of a deadly weapon.

He was transported to Ocean County Jail and is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail. TLS.

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  1. Another outstanding investigation handled by Sgt. Smithford, Mr. Wexler, and Detective Feddler. These fine askoniam should be lauded for their efforts!

  2. there was no misspelling of the names. those detectives are lakewood`s elite undercover squad, det. feddler and det. smithford 🙂

  3. Hmm, interesting, I bet Keebler elf and resident (who are probably one in the same), DON’T have the guts to mis-pronounce those detectives names to their face. It’s funny how people can be so jealous and hate on others accomplishments, when in fact they should look at their own contributions, or lack there of.

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