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New Milford PD: Essex Car Thieves Busted With Ski Masks, Counterfeit Cash, More
A trio of Essex County 18-year-olds suspected in local car thefts were grabbed by New Milford police with ski masks, mechanics’ gloves, stolen bank checks and counterfeit money in their car before dawn Thursday, authorities said.
New Milford Weekend Weather Forecast
NEW MILFORD, NJ — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Rain until afternoon, starting again in the evening. Light rain in the morning and windy overnight.
Teen driving stolen NYC taxi to Six Flags arrested in NJ, cops say
Police in Bergen County followed a GPS "ping" to a stolen yellow cab with a sleeping teen inside on Tuesday morning. Jonathan Gualpa, 19, a New York City resident, said he was headed on a road trip to Six Flags Great Adventure but got tired and pulled over to take a nap in the backseat, according to
New Milford Man Assaulted Police Officers: Authorities
NEW MILFORD, NJ — A New Milford man was charged with aggravated assault on a police officer after he fought with police at a borough home Sunday, police said. Patrick Lee, 23, was also charged with disorderly conduct, said Detective Lt. Kevin Van Saders.
5 Bergen County Restaurant Openings You May Have Missed
The dining scene only gets better and better in Bergen County. Here are five new restaurants that you may have missed:. Golden Krust : A national chain of Caribbean cuisine offering Jamaican patties, fried plantains, jerk chicken, oxtail and more; 1247 Teaneck Road, Teaneck.
NJ mom accidentally kills baby while passed-out drunk
DELRAN — A Burlington County woman has been sentenced to four years in state prison for the accidental killing of her newborn son in 2015. A relative showed up at Melissa Johnson's house in February 2015 and found the woman asleep on the couch with her three-month-old son partially wedged underneath
He was deported 3 times, but he kept coming back to N.J. Now, he’s headed to jail, ICE says.
Immigration officials are unsure exactly when Carlos Juarez-Sanchez, a native of Honduras, first illegally crossed the border into the U.S. But, they know he was deported in 2008. And again in 2013. And again in 2014.
Neighbors fuming over rumored 60,000-square-foot NJ megamansion
This place is going to make the White House look like a shack. A 60,000-square-foot mega-mansion bigger than the place where President Trump lives — and about the same size as his vacation home at Mar-a-Lago — is in the process of being built in New Jersey.
84 dead and counting. Deadly ‘Tom Brady’ dope dealt from N.J. opioid mill may still lurk in North Jersey, state’s largest county warns.
Drugs linked to a major fentanyl and heroin drug mill that could be responsible for 84 fatal overdoses in the state could be in Bergen County, prosecutors said Thursday. Police charged three New Jersey men with running a narcotics production facility located in a luxury apartment in Harrison, State
Homeless Offender’s 200 Hospital Transports, Assault On EMT Worry East Bergen Responders
EMTs in neighboring Bergenfield, Dumont, New Milford and elsewhere in Bergen County know 53-year-old Dean Mancini, and not in a good way: Homeless, alcoholic and at times violent, he’s been transported to hospitals an estimated 200 times the past year alone, they say.
Bergen County Juvenile Charged with Possession of Child Pornography
Last week, the Bergen County Prosecutors office announced the arrest of a Bergen County juvenile on a charge of Possession of Child Pornography. The Prosecutor's office could not release the suspect's age, residence, or gender, according to a spokesperson, since this is a juvenile matter. The juveni
Serial Shoplifter Stole From New Milford CVS: Police
NEW MILFORD, NJ — A serial shoplifter was arrested after police investigated two thefts from the CVS on River Road recently, police announced. Christopher Guglielmo, 25, of New Milford, was charged with multiple counts of shoplifting and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, said Detective
Ocasio-Cortez blames uptick in death threats on ‘right-wing media,’ feels safest at home in Bronx
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – the object of death threats she blames on disparaging coverage by “right-wing media” – said Thursday she feels safest when she’s at home in the Bronx.
If it’s Hoboken, the council must be fighting
HOBOKEN — Hoboken council night’s all right for fighting. The nine-member body that governs Mile Square City has been known to tussle, but Wednesday night’s meeting was something else, with a conversation about the city’s proposed budget and unpopular new parking meter rates devolving quickly into a
Bronx dad arrested in connection to son’s death was previously charged for injuring baby daughter
MOTT HAVEN, the Bronx — This week he told investigators he “got frustrated” and threw his son to the ground, according to court documents; in 2015, he allegedly told police he “was getting frustrated” and dropped his infant daughter.
Treasurer allegedly bilked $400,000 from charity for families of fallen NYPD officers
NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- A volunteer treasurer for a charity benefiting the families of fallen New York City police officers has been arrested on charges she stole funds to pay personal expenses like dental work and tickets to a Barbra Streisand show.
12-year-old student found with handgun at Jersey City middle school, officials say
JERSEY CITY — A 12-year-old student at the Fred W. Martin Center for the Arts was arrested Wednesday after being found with a handgun at the school, according to police and school officials.
Attacker Tries to Rape Woman Inside Manhattan Apartment; Flees When Family Hears Screams: Police
An attacker made his way into a Manhattan apartment and tried to rape a woman inside — but fled the scene after family members heard her screaming, the NYPD said. The male attacker went into the apartment in Washington Heights around 5:15 a.m. on Wednesday, through a door that had been left ajar, po
Verona Junior Woman's Club Offers Annual Scholarships
Thanks to the support of the community over the past year, the Junior Woman’s Club of Verona will again be able to award three scholarships to deserving high school seniors. Each scholarship is worth $1,000.
Marijuana company faces opposition in Paterson
A company seeking to open a marijuana cultivation facility and a dispensary in the city faced opposition from South Paterson residents at a townhall meeting on Wednesday night.