Lawrenceville Man Arrested In Princeton In Connection With Knife Incident, Threat To Kill

Two people were arrested Monday after one of the suspects allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened to kill somebody, police said.

Ta’haj Humbert, 20, Lawrenceville and Rudolf Delma, 22, Leigh Ave., Princeton were aggravated assault and terroristic threats, police said.

According to police:

At 5:58 p.m., police received a report that, 20 minutes prior, someone had been on Leigh Ave. near the intersection of Witherspoon St. when he was approached by two men.

At that time, one of the men threatened the victim with a large knife, and threatened to kill the victim. The victim fled the area to police HQ to report the incident. The victim advised he was not injured.

The subsequent investigation into the matter identified the suspects as Humbert and Delma. Both Humbert and Delma were arrested in connection with the incident, with both being charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and weapons offenses

Humbert was released after bond was posted in the amount of $50,000. Delma was unable to post bail or bond of $50,000 and was lodged at the Mercer County Corrections Center in Hopewell.

Meghan February 27, 2014 at 10:45 PM
Poorly written article.


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