Man pleads guilty to eluding, receiving stolen property
HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – An Essex County man has entered a guilty plea to charges in connection to a pursuit in September 2020, according to Hanover Township police.
On November 17, Isaac Zackery-Barnes, 24, from Newark pled guilty to second-degree eluding and third-degree receiving stolen property, police said.
These charges were the result of a pursuit in September 2020 in Hanover Township. Zackery-Barnes, along with two juveniles, fled from police while in a stolen vehicle, police said.
The vehicle crashed in Parsippany-Troy Hills and after a brief foot pursuit the three were apprehended, police said.
Zackery-Barnes is scheduled to be sentenced on January 6, 2022 to 10 years in New Jersey State Prison for eluding with a concurrent 5 year sentence for receiving stolen property, police said.