Authorities now say the 33-year-old was drunk and later found the money he claimed was stolen. Now, he faces a charge of creating a false public alarm.
The Hackettstown resident reported the robbery at 2:42 a.m. Nov. 23, outside QuickChek on Mountain Avenue, police said at the time. Tzib claimed he had gotten a ride home at a restaurant in Dover by a man who identified himself as a taxi driver.
Tzib claimed the driver robbed him at gunpoint outside the Hackettstown convenience …read more
Source: NJ.com Warren