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Hackettstown police searching for missing 12-year-old

Pharo is described as 4 feet 11 inches tall and 64 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair, and was wearing a dark grey sweatshirt, dark blue jeans and sneakers. He may have gone to a park, library or QuickChek convenience store, police said.

NJ.COM - 2018-10-16 11:55:00

UPDATE: Missing Hackettstown boy is found safe

Wyatt P. Pharo was located just before 6:30 p.m., about nine and a half hours after he was last seen, town police said in a Facebook post updating an earlier call for help.

LEHIGHVALLEYLIVE.COM - 2018-10-16 18:50:00

Burglar stealing guns, jewelry in Warren County, police warn

Both burglaries occurred during the day inKnowlton Township, and have a similar pattern, Blairstown police said.

NJ.COM - 2018-10-16 08:04:00

Deadly gang next door: MS-13 brings violence, drugs to your NJ suburb

Living a couple blocks from the Long Branch train station, Miguel Angel Corea Diaz – also known as “Reaper” – was accused of trafficking heroin and ordering a murder in his role as the MS-13 “regional director for the east coast,” according to a New York court document.

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2018-10-16 10:42:00

N.J. high school closed due to threat investigation

"Boilermakers: due to a threat that is currently being investigated by Garfield Police, GHS will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday,10/16. All other Garfield schools will be open," school officials tweeted Monday.

NJ.COM - 2018-10-16 06:52:00

Former Newton woman missing after report of violent incident

Megan Dalrymple, 33, who previously attended a local high school but whose latest town of residence is Carbondale, Pa., fled with Christopher Skorets, 19, of Vandling, Pa., from their apartment within days after the Forest City (Pa.) Police Department, which covers the borough of Vandling, were call

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-10-16 00:01:00

Fredon woman charged with assaulting mother

Laura A. Perrelli, who will be 45 years old on Thursday, was arrested by New Jersey State Police and charged with second-degree aggravated assault with grave bodily injury, third-degree possession of a weapon with purpose to use unlawfully and fourth-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful pur

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-10-16 00:01:00

Two $50,000 winning Powerball tickets sold in NJ

We’ve all fantasized about winning the lottery, and what we’ll spend the money on, but a new study finds that cash windfall doesn’t actually make you feel happier. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.Buzz60

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2018-10-15 18:11:00

Lehigh coroner seeks next of kin

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The Lehigh County Coroner's Office is seeking information on the next of kin of Adam Lucas, 38, of Allentown.

WFMZ-TV ONLINE - 2018-10-16 00:56:13

Local Reporter Killed While Walking on Route 10 in Randolph

RANDOLPH, NJ - Lindsay Ireland, a reporter who worked for several TAPinto.net sites and the Daily Record, died early Oct. 14 after being struck by a vehicle in Randolph, police said.

TAPINTO.NET - 2018-10-15 14:03:00

U.D. man busted in telephone scam that targeted seniors

UPPER DARBY — An Upper Darby man has been arrested in connection with a telephone scam that fleeced township senior citizens out of almost $400,000 in cash, officials said.Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said Sunday morning that Richard Otoo, 36, of the 200 block of Glendale Road

DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES

Careening vehicle ends up in a field in Hampton

HAMPTON -- An out-of-control vehicle narrowly missed three people talking on a lawn before careening up a driveway, missing a car parked there and the house before speeding down a small embankment, ending an estimated 200 feet from the intersection, according to one of the bystanders.

NEW JERSEY HERALD

Woman struck, killed on Route 10 in Randolph

Pink ribbons tied to trees along Campus Drive make easy work of finding the brand new Susan G. Komen North Jersey headquarters in Parsippany. Oct. 11, 2018William Westhoven, @WWesthoven

DAILY RECORD

MS-13 in NJ: Why you should worry about the notorious gang — coming soon

MS-13 in NJ: Why you should worry about the notorious gang — coming soonAn investigation coming soon to the USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey details the threat of MS-13 in the Garden State.Andrew Ford and Ryan Ross, Asbury Park Press(Photo: Illustration by Andrew Ford)Rape. Murder. Control.MS-13's motto

DAILY JOURNAL

Bear hunt total: 139 killed as Murphy ban takes effect

Murphy, who promised during his campaign to end the hunt,banned hunting on state landsbut said he had no legal authority to cancel it altogether.

NJ.COM

Woman charged after filing false sexual assault report, police said

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County)– A Newton woman has been charged after allegedly filing a false police report claiming she was sexually assaulted by two men, according to Newton Police Lieutenant Robert Osborn.

WRNJRADIO.COM

Squirrel blamed for power outage that affected two counties

At around 8:45 a.m., a power line came down on Mountain Ave near Victoria Lane, police said.

WRNJRADIO.COM

The strangest house in the world was once here in N.J., and now it's coming back

Driving down South Mill Road in Vineland, you will find the typical residential house with a truck or car in the driveway. However, when you go past the building at 265 South Mill Road, there is something a little peculiar about this place. Behind the modern looking structure adjacent to the street,

NJ.COM

Newton officer injured while serving warrant

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County)– A Newton police officer was assaulted when he was serving a warrant earlier this month, Newton Police Lieutenant Robert Osborn said.

WRNJRADIO.COM

Sussex County Lost, Oct. 14: Andover Junction Station

Photo submitted by Wayne T. McCabe — This photo was taken looking to the east along the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway. The passenger station, with the large windows of the stationmaster's office, is seen in the southeast corner of the intersecting rail lines. Beyond the station is the coal shed and,

NEW JERSEY HERALD