He claimed a taxi driver robbed him at gunpoint. Police say he made it up.

Alfonzo Xi Tzib was never robbed at gunpoint as he claimed last fall, according to Hackettstown police.

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

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