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Dead dogs found 'inside plastic bags in freezers' during SJ animal cruelty arrest
But what they found when they explored the Oakshade Road residence on Tuesday was even more staggering, police said: More than 130 dogs were living in "deplorable and inhumane conditions," and 44 dead dogs were packaged in plastic bags that were stored in freezers throughout the home.
Price Drop On 5-Bedroom Moorestown Home
MOORESTOWN, NJ - The asking price on this five-bedroom home recently dropped by $120,000, from $2,399,999 to $2,279,999 on Nov. 6. Here are the full listing details.
Teen shot and killed blocks from Camden high school
When officers arrived, they found a 15-year-old boy suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to Cooper University Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries a short time later.
Camden County ready for possible winter weather Thursday morning
“We remain on target for a south to north arrival of precipitation tomorrow morning, that could deliver a moderate to heavy amount of snow and sleet before transitioning to freezing rain,” said Camden County Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo, liaison to the department of public works. “Because of the pos
Police arrest driver in fatal Bucks County hit-and-run
Police say they were able to use vehicle parts found at the scene to identify the SUV involved. They then went to a home about eight miles from where the accident occurred, and arrested Guzman-Jimenez, who will face charges homicide by vehicle while DUI, dribving without a license, and crimes relate
Philly Woman Busted For South Jersey Bank Robbery: Police
Police have identified the woman as Elnora Brown, 44, of Philadelphia. She was arrested and police said they recovered all the money.
N.J. Election 2018: Andy Kim declared winner in race against Tom MacArthur
New Jersey officially has another Democrat headed to Washington.After days of counting mail-in ballots and provisionals, election officials in Burlington and Ocean counties finalized their tally giving Kim a XXXX edge — XXX,XXX votes to MacArthur's XXX,XXX votes.The battle had already been won for K
Citizen of the Year nominations are open – The Moorestown Sun
For more than 60 years, the “Citizen of the Year Award” recognizes a Moorestown resident, who, through varied voluntary community service activities, has significantly contributed to the quality of life of both our community and its citizens.
Teen shot, killed walking home from Camden High School
"He just got a scholarship to Rutgers for four years, that's what he was doing," said Raven.
New Jersey Teen Missing For 2 Weeks, Sighted at Train Stations, Found Safe
Thomas Kolding, 15, left his family's home in Mountain Lakes the day before Halloween, prosecutors saidPublished Nov 13, 2018 at 5:16 PM | Updated at 5:31 PM EST on Nov 13, 2018 Thomas Kolding, 15, has been missing since he took a train to NYC the day before Halloween, his family says. (Published Mo
12 fun things to do this weekend, from food truck fests to 'Spitfire Grill'
Before you get started stuffing that bird, have a little fun. This weekend in South Jersey kicks off with food truck festivals and carries on with horse-drawn carriage rides, a food tour, "Spitfire Grill'' and fun down on the farm:
State Police Searching for Vehicles Involved in Fatal Hit and Run
The State Police say that around 4:45 a.m. on Monday, November 12th, 46-year-old Crystal Kelley, of Princeton, was involved in a crash on I-676 that left her car disabled, so she and her 13-year-old son got out of the car and began to walk across the northbound lanes of I-676.
5th person charged in murder of father at youth football practice
Clifton Bailey, of Camden, was arrested on Monday and charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announced.
Cooper Hospital Increases Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour
Employees in the Cooper University Health Care system who make minimum wage will soon make $15 an hour, the health care provider announced on Tuesday. Cooper is the first health system in New Jersey to increase the minimum wage to full-time, part-time and per diem employees to $15 an hour. The incre
Police: Woman assaulted while running in Camden County park
As the victim fled the scene, she reportedly observed a man wearing a puffy black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and black shoes running into the wooded area toward the Mount Ephraim Little League baseball fields. He may have also been wearing a mask.
Judge rejects Moorestown rezoning to permit affordable housing on Route 38
The judge agreed with residents who challenged the legality of rezoning to allow the Moorestown Crossings project — 76 affordable, multi-family units in four stories on deed-restricted, vacant land adjacent to existing single-family homes.
Aide to former mayor Michael Nutter accused of stealing $20,000 from City of Philadelphia
A top aide to a former Philadelphia mayor is accused of stealing more than $20,000 in city funds to buy clothing, pay for vacations and take over 500 Uber rides. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Tuesday that public corruption charges have been filed against Desiree Peterkin-Bell.
Police say suspect in Willingboro hit-and-run caught on video
WILLINGBORO – Five days after a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian, Willingboro police detectives are sharing video of the suspect’s car.On Nov. 7 at 7:50 p.m., police say the driver of a light-colored four-door sedan struck the victim near Route 130 North and Charleston Road and fled.The v
Autistic Man Reported Missing In Moorestown: Police
MOORESTOWN, NJ - Moorestown police are asking for the public's help to find a disabled man who has been missing since 9 p.m. Saturday night. Robert Ross Jr., 18, is a high functioning autistic man who was last seen sleeping in his room at his Erickson Avenue home, police said Sunday morning. He like
Father of missing Morris County teen disputes report of Ohio sightings
His father, Nicolai, says he thinks his son left home with about $1,000, which he earned from mowing lawns and refereeing sporting events.