- Associated Press - Friday, October 10, 2014

WOODBURY, N.J. (AP) - A judge in New Jersey has refused to lower bail for two New York men charged with stealing a car from a federal agency in New York and setting it on fire.

Staten Island residents Richard Boyce and Jonathan Moe are being held in Gloucester County on $35,000 bail each.

The two are charged with arson, theft, criminal mischief and evidence-tampering.

They’re accused of stealing a car belonging to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency in New York.

The car was discovered on fire in a wooded area off the New Jersey Turnpike last Saturday.

A lawyer for the 23-year-old Moe says his client was present during the crime but less culpable than the 18-year-old Boyce.

On Friday a judge in Gloucester County declined to lower both men’s bail.

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