With kids on board, N.J. man intentionally crashes car, police say





. — A 31-year-old South Jersey man was arrested after purposefully slamming into another vehicle with two young children in his car,

New Jersey State Police

 said Thursday.Luis Molina-Monez, of Bridgeton


Luis A. Molina-Munoz, of Bridgeton, faces charges of assault by auto, terroristic threats, endangering the welfare of children, and harassment.

Charges stem from an incident that occurred Sunday afternoon in the area of Gershal Avenue in Pittsgrove Township, Salem County.

Authorities responded at 2:13 p.m. for reports of a motor vehicle crash involving a Camaro and Honda Civic.

Molina-Munoz was driving the Honda when he allegedly struck another vehicle on purpose.

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Police did not elaborate on the reason Molina-Munoz attacked the other vehicle.

Two children were in his car at the time of the crash — a 1 and 4-year-old — who were not properly secure in their seats, authorities said.

Molina-Munoz was arrested in Salem County and transported by the sheriff's department to Cumberland County Jail where he is now being held on $200,000 full cash bail.

Police did not provide additional information on the incident

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