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Police: FedEx worker from Burlington County threatened mass killings
HAMILTON TWP. – A FedEx worker from Burlington County man was arrested after he called a workplace violence hotline and threatened that “some people are going to die,” authorities said.
Burglars smash their way into Donkey’s Place Too in Medford
MEDFORD – Police hope surveillance images will prompt members of the public to take a bite out of crime and help them nab a pair of sandwich shop thieves. The suspects burglarized Donkey’s Place Too early Wednesday morning, according to Medford police. They set off an alarm at the cheesesteak eatery
Homeless Vet In GoFundMe Scam Released From Jail: Reports
BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ – Homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt who was implicated in a GoFundMe scam with a New Jersey couple was released from jail Friday, according to reports. A Burlington County judge ordered 35-year-old Bobbitt, of Philadelphia, to be released on bail pending his trial, according to C
Burlington City police recover loaded handgun after stolen car arrest
BURLINGTON CITY – Two teens allegedly driving a stolen car were arrested on Wednesday morning, and police say they found a loaded handgun inside the vehicle. One of the suspects is linked to the threat that prompted a lockdown at Burlington City High School earlier in the week, authorities said.
Jail Time For Burlington County Man For Sexual Assault: Police
A Burlington County man has been sentenced to 70 years in New Jersey State Prison for sexual assault, attempted murder and witness tampering, authorities announced on Wednesday.
Watch burglars break into a famous South Jersey sandwich shop
The Medford Police Department is looking for two burglars who were caught on video breaking into Donkey’s Place Too, a Medford eatery that specializes in cheesesteaks. According to the Courier-Post, the burglars smashed the front door with a hammer at 1:25 am, setting off the alarm but escaped befor
Shooting victim discovered near car wash in Willingboro
WILLINGBORO, N.J. (WPVI) -- Police are investigating a shooting incident in Willingboro, Burlington County. The victim was discovered near a car wash on Levitt Parkway and Millennium Drive.
$10,000 returned after Brink's truck drops money on New Jersey highway
WOODLAND PARK, N.J. – At least $10,000 was returned to the East Rutherford Police Department on Thursday night after a Brink's truck dropped cash on a busy New Jersey road during morning rush hour.
Cash spill on New Jersey highway leads to multiple crashes, chaos during morning commute
Thursday morning might mark the first time a New Jersey commuter preferred to be in a "cash lane." The East Rutherford Police Department said an armored truck spilled cash along the westbound lanes of Route 3 at about 8:30 a.m. -- right during the peak of the morning rush hour.
New trial ordered for 2011 slaying at East Camden park
TRENTON – The state Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a Camden man convicted three years ago of a fatal shooting in a city park. But this time, the high court said, a jury should not hear of an alleged confession by 30-year-old Laurie Wint.
Gunshots fired in Burlington City parking lot
BURLINGTON CITY – Detectives are investigating gunfire that occurred Wednesday evening in the 600 block of High Street. Police on Thursday said they believe no one was injured in the shooting, but they continue to interview witnesses and review surveillance footage.
Burlington Coat Factory to close at Uniontown Mall
Another anchor store is preparing to close at Uniontown Mall. Burlington Coat Factory is slated to close Jan. 18 and thus become the third anchor store at the mall to close since the start of last year.
Thieves smash their way into Donkey's Place Too sandwich shop in Medford Twp., N.J.
MEDFORD TWP., N.J. (WPVI) -- Newly released surveillance video shows a pair of thieves smashing their way into a South Jersey sandwich shop. It happened at Donkey's Place Too on Tomlinson Mill Road in Burlington County around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Man Admits Murdering Collingswood Sisters On New Year's Eve: Cops
COLLINGSWOOD, NJ - A South Jersey man has admitted to killing his ex-girlfriend and her step-sister in Collingswood on New Year's Eve of last year, authorities announced Monday evening.
HS Boys Basketball Preview: Suburban
Last season marked a strong campaign across the board for suburban boys basketball schools in The Trentonian’s coverage area. Trenton Catholic Academy, Bordentown and Northern Burlington all won at least a share of their respective division titles and made deep postseason runs.
YMCA Camp Ockanikon has a new name ... YMCA of the Pines
MEDFORD >> Mark Dibble, CEO of YMCA Camp Ockanickon in Medford, announced this week that the 112-year-old organization will officially change its name to YMCA of the Pines, effective Dec. 12, 2018.
"I have a body in the trunk' - man admits murder of romantic rival
TOMS RIVER – A Pemberton man, who drove around one night last year looking for a shovel with which to bury a body, on Monday admitted killing a romantic rival whose corpse was concealed in the trunk of his car, authorities said.
Two hospitalized, one in custody after Maple Shade knife attack
BURLINGTON, N.J. (WTXF) - Authorities are investigating after they say a man assaulted a person with a knife during a domestic dispute on Wednesday morning. According to police, Brooks J. Nelson, 24, used the knife during the attack, which occurred on the 100 block of Great Road. Authorities later l
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson says John DeFilippo won’t return to Philly
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has halted speculation that former quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo could return to the team after being fired by the Minnesota Vikings.
Voters appear to reject $210.7 million plan to improve Cherry Hill schools
Voters in Cherry Hill on Tuesday appeared to reject a hotly debated $210.7 million proposal for new spending on public schools. It was the largest single school bond referendum in New Jersey in at least a decade. The funds would have been used for new security vestibules, multipurpose rooms, renovat