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New Jersey Sheriff Caught On Tape Complaining About 'The Blacks' Apologizes, But Refuses To Resign
In tapes obtained by WNYC from aJanuary 16 conversation, a man identified as Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino of New Jersey can be heard making racist remarks as he complained about his state's governor, Phil Murphy.
This is Robbin DiFabio. She broke into a stranger's home and tried to steal his dog, cops say
The resident called the police just after midnight Wednesday after the would-be dognapper, whom he did not know, broke into his Deer Track Lane home and then ran away, a release from the Hamilton Township Police said.
New Jersey News: NEWARK, Six People Charged For Roles In Newark Drug Trafficking Organization |
NEWARK,N.J.– Federal and local law enforcement authorities have charged six people for their alleged roles in a drug trafficking organization that distributed heroin in Newark, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today.
16 Mile Brewing Company's future uncertain
"It’s upsetting we had something great from the community that’s closing its doors," West said, adding he has not heard the news directly from owner Brett McCrea. He hopes "something can be worked out in the future so we can get it opened up."
VIDEO: Raccoon scales Ocean City building before jumping down, running off
OCEAN CITY, N.J. (WTXF)- A man on vacation in Ocean City, New Jersey captured incredible video of a raccoon scaling the side of a building and climbing several stories.
South Jersey Dentist Busted, Kept Hidden Camera In Bathroom: Cops
Robert Hofstetter, 69, of Mantua was charged with invasion of privacy after a female employee discovered the hidden camera in the Washington Township bathroom at 4:30 p.m., police said.
Two people taken to hospital after motor vehicle crash Thursday in Hamilton Township
The investigation revealed a red Volkswagen was stopped at 6:16 p.m. in the left, westbound lane of the Black Horse Pike and was attempting to make a U-turn when it was struck by a black Dodge Caravan, also going westbound and operated by Leonard Hicks, 36, of Newtonville, Buena Vista Township, pol
NJ football: Top moments from across New Jersey in Week 3
(Photo: Michael Karas/NorthJersey.com)The 2018 high school football season continued with a loaded Week 3 schedule across New Jersey.Here were some of the highlights from the across the state:No. 4 DePaul survives upset scare from DelbartonAfterlosing by a touchdown to No. 3 St. Josephlast week, No.
Police: "Multiple victims" in Maryland shooting
PERRYMAN, Md. --Authorities are responding after reports of shots fired in Harford County, Maryland, just south of Aberdeen,CBS Baltimore reports.
Mays Landing woman tries to steal homeowner's dog, police said
Robbin DeFabio, 45, of Mays Landing, was located and taken into custody. She was charged with burglary and theft and lodged in the Atlantic County Justice Facility.Township of Hamilton Police Department, provided
Lockdown lifted at Pleasantville middle, high school
By 9:30 a.m., the lockdown was lifted and the buildings were secure, Pleasantville Police Chief Sean Riggin said.
Cape May man collects donations for Florence victims in North Carolina
Christopher Chin, 39, of Cape May Court House, saw Hurricane Florence was shaping up to be a serious storm and decided to proactively call for donations last week.
Major overhaul proposed for Rehoboth parking meters, permits
The board of commissioners is set to meet Friday, Sept. 21, at 1 p.m. to discuss the committee's proposed changes to parking and permit regulations. The public will also be able to comment. The commissioners will be considering those proposals over the next several months, city officials say.
Michael Saudino, Bergen County Sheriff, Asked to Resign Over Racist Remarks Caught on Tape
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has called for the resignation of Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino after a recording revealed him making racist statements, WNYC reported. After Murphy's gubernatorial inauguration on January 16, Saudino made discriminatory claims about African-Americans and Atto
Man Accused of Shooting, Killing Parents and Shooting at Ex-Wife Dies After Police Shootout
Part of Chester County looking to return to normal after manhunt for man who killed elderly parents ends with him dead in his minivan after a shootout with Pennsylvania state police Police say Bruce Rogal was found dead after leading police on a chase after authorities say he shot his parents at the
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Alligator On The Loose Near South Jersey Highway, Police Say
Police have confirmed that an alligator was on the loose on a New Jersey street, near a highway, on Wednesday. A video also apparently captured the alligator as it was lurking in a neighborhood.
Third Thursday to celebrate Milford’s 231st birthday - Delaware State News
From 5 until 8 p.m. today, businesses in the heart of Milford will be open with extended hours. Shoppers, visitors, and attendees are encouraged to wear town pride on their sleeve by donning maroon and gold — Milford’s hometown school colors — as they celebrate.
That Blue Jellyfish-Like Creature In Ocean City Was Brought Up Here By Florence's Churning Waters
OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) —That blue jellyfish-like creature seen on an Ocean City beach, is actually a siphonopores– or as some argued in a Facebook post earlier this week the species of a Portuguese man o’ war.
Big hints of fall in South Jersey weather on Thursday
Buy NowThe Grassy Sound Bridge on North Wildwood Blvd, is shrouded in fog in the early hours Thursday May 9, 2018. Thick fog blanketed areas of Southern New Jersey. (Dale Gerhard / Press of Atlantic City)Dale Gerhard / Staff Photographer