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A 32-year-old Jersey City man who is on parole has been charged with roughing up victims during separate robberies in businesses on Monday and his bail was set at $100,000 cash only, The Jersey Journal reports.

Alex Moody, of the 200 block of Bidwell Avenue, allegedly “push[ed] victim from behind, knocked victim to the side causing victim to sustain pain on her right shoulder/arm, snatched victim’s money from the counter ($15) and fled on foot,” the criminal complaint says.

In the second incident, Moody entered a business on the 200 block of Martin Luther King Drive and allegedly did “repeatedly push victim while attempting to take cash register containing currency. Moody eventually fled on foot without taking cash register,” the complaint says.

Moody has 13 prior arrests, four disorderly persons conviction and criminal convictions including robbery, theft, burglary and criminal sexual contact, court officials said, adding that he was arrested once in Maryland.

A Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor  asked for the high bail based on Moody’s record and the fact that he is on parole.

It is not clear if both incidents occurred in the same store or in separate stores but both occurred on Monday.

Moody made his first appearance on the charges this afternoon in Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey City via video link from Hudson County jail in Kearny.

Alex Moody at first appearance, Oct. 14

 

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