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Arrests made as SantaCon comes to Hoboken
HOBOKEN, New Jersey (WABC) -- Better watch out!. A week after New York City's Christmas-themed revelry, SantaCon came to Hoboken on Saturday. Hoboken Police Chief Ken Ferrante says so far they have issued summonses for public urination and there has been overcrowding at several locations. Eight arre
Newark Police Fatally Shoot Man During Hostage Situation: PD
NEWARK, NJ -- A hostage situation in Newark on Friday night ended with a fatal police shooting. Authorities said that officers saved the life of the victim, who has an 11-year-old child.
Police ask for public's help after Friday night shooting in Passaic leaves one injured
Authorities are asking the public for help after a shooting in Passaic left a 27-year-old city man hospitalized. At about 11:42 p.m. on Friday night, police were called to the area of Fourth and Bergen Streets after reports of a shooting, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Passaic Polic
Wet weather in Brooklyn causes flooding in Bergen Beach
Rainy weather on Sunday brought flooding to parts of Brooklyn. Waterfront homes along Bergen Avenue in Bergen Beach faced big puddles and water pooling along the sidewalk. Flooding in front of some neighbor's houses became a hazard for the elderly and disabled.
2 arrested in death of teen fatally struck by ambulette in the Bronx
The BRONX — Police arrested two men in the death of a 17-year-old who was pushed in front of an ambulette in the Bronx. Obeb Adames and Mario Almonte were arrested Sunday for their alleged involvement in Angel Reyes-Godoy’s death.
Authorities seen digging on property of fiancé of missing Colorado mother Kelsey Berreth
Authorities in Colorado were seen digging on the property of the fiancé of the 29-year-old Colorado woman who has been missing since Thanksgiving. Investigators, who are spending several days executing a search warrant, believe that Patrick Frazee is the last person to see Kelsey Berreth "face to fa
More than $500K spilled onto highway from armored truck, $300K still missing
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — More than half a million dollars spilled from an armored truck onto a New Jersey highway, and nearly $300,000 remains missing a day later, police said Friday.
Police: Suspect killed during 7-hour hostage situation in Newark
A SWAT team in Newark rescued a woman who was being held hostage by a man she knew, according to police. They say the unidentified man was killed by police but the woman he held hostage was not injured.
Recycled Rides: Garfield marine gets minivan from Paterson auto shop
PATERSON – After serving three tours of duty in Iraq with the Marines, Garfield resident Brian Youssef has struggled since coming home to New Jersey. The 33-year-old said he has gone through treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and bounced around in different jobs.
Winter in Bergen County : Indoor Activities & Things to Do
This post suggests some indoor activities to try this winter around Bergen County. Feel free to visit previous blog posts for more Bergen County winter happenings, dining options around Northern New Jersey, or beautiful real estate for sale.
Widespread bomb threat hoax a headache for North Jersey police
Bomb threats were made to schools as businesses Thursday in seven communities throughout New Jersey. The FBI, the NYPD and authorities in New Jersey found no credible threats at any of the places targeted by the messages.
‘Good Samaritan’ saves young girl from would-be kidnapper
A creep snatched an 11-year-old girl off a Queens street early Saturday — and a good Samaritan came to the rescue, holding the would-be kidnapper until cops arrived, police said.
Ring Stole $4M In Goods From Kearny Truck Yards, Police Say
KEARNY, NJ — Kearny police announced Saturday they just made an eighth arrest in an ongoing investigation into a network of alleged thieves stealing from multiple Kearny trucking yards.
Maywood Detective May Have Cracked A Statewide Locker Room Burglary Spree
An accused burglar from Philadelphia is suspected in a string of locker thefts at gyms in New Jersey, authorities said after a Maywood detective identified and arrested him for a local break-in.
Gas station manager risks life, but armed robbers get away with $1,000
It wasn’t exactly the best possible outcome, but it wasn’t the worst, either. Two armed, masked men got away with nearly $1,000 late Tuesday night in a robbery of a Kearny Exxon station after the manager made in ill-advised attempt to come to the aid of his coworkers and foil the robbery.
Paterson cop sentenced to over 9 years in prison for fatal hit-and-run crash
A former Paterson police officer was sentenced to nine years and six months in prison on Wednesday for leaving the scene of a crash that killed a 23-year-old man in 2015. On June 16, 2015, officer Jose Urena, of North Haledon, was off-duty when he struck pedestrian Jaquill Fields Fields near Fourth
Armored truck spilling cash leads to multiple crashes on New Jersey highway
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (WABC) -- Money rained down on a New Jersey highway Thursday morning, leading to several crashes as motorists stopped and scrambled to pick up the cash.
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Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, Fair Lawn Nj, Fair Lawn police, sanctuary state, school threats. Fair Lawn NJ, Unspecified threats resulted in the evacuation of at least two (2) public schools in Fair Lawn on Thursday afternoon, 12/13. Units from Fair Lawn Police, Fair Lawn Fire, and the Bergen Coun
Multiple bomb threats reported in Monmouth and Ocean counties
A wave of bomb threats made across the United States on Thursday, included several to schools and businesses in Monmouth and Ocean counties, as part of a hoax to extort bitcoins.
No, it’s not ‘finders, keepers’ for cash that fell out of Brink’s truck. Cash-grabbers could face charges.
Dollar bills scattered across Route 3 in N.J. causes traffic delays. It might feel like you won the lottery by grabbing some of the thousands of dollars that spilled onto a North Jersey highway Thursday morning, but as it turns out, the money storm was too good to be true.