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Child's body found in suitcase along PATH tracks in Jersey City ID'd as missing 2-year-old from Virginia
Police in Richmond, Virginia, had announced in March that they were seeking the public's help in locating Plummer and her father, Travis Plummer. They had last been seen in August.
Small plane crashes into Andover lake, pilot injured
Chief Eric Danielson of the Andover Township Police Department said the pilot, who has not yet been identified, was taking off from the airstrip when he crashed into the Lake Aeroflex.
Blind Man, Service Dog Hit Crossing Street In Morristown
MORRISTOWN, NJ — A blind pedestrian and his service dog were hit crossing the street in Morristown on Saturday, Morristown Police Lt. Stuart Greer told media outlets.
Paterson police officer killed in car crash
Authorities say a Paterson, New Jersey police officer was killed in a car crash Sunday morning.At about 10:50 a.m., police responded to the area of 150 Getty Avenue in Paterson in response to a vehicle collision.The Passaic County Prosecutor says the on-duty police officer operating a marked patrol
Cops: Passenger faces weapons charges after struggle with officers
Sonny Gorham, 34, of Manhattan, was arrested by Nassau police and charged with weapons offenses after a handgun in his jacket fell to the floor as he struggled with officers, authorities said. Photo Credit: NCPD
Loaded AK-47, assault weapons recovered in Newark home raid
A raid on a Newark apartment Saturday yielded an AK-47 and eight other loaded weapons, city police said. Cops said they recovered a loaded CAI Romanian AK-47 7.62, a ranch rifle, an AR-15, a sporting rifle, a semi-automatic rifle, a shotgun, a revolver, two additional handguns and a 50-round capaci
Plane Crashes into Lake AeroFlex in Sussex County Park
Credits: Justin Leyman Credits: Justin Leyman Credits: Debbie Danielson NEWTON, NJ-A one-maned plane crashed into Lake AeroFlex in Kittatinny Valley State Park around 11:30 this morning. "I heard the plane cut out, then I saw it turn left and flatten out, and then it landed in the lake," passerby Ju
Over 40 Morristown Businesses Participate in Morristown Restaurant Week
Morristown, NJ -The most delicious week of the year, starts today, April 23 and continues through Friday, April 27 in downtown Morristown. In all, over 40 businesses are participating in the 9th Annual Morristown Restaurant Week. From international flair to American classic, Morristown offers a vari
Philly Pretzel Factory Opens First Morris County Location
The much-anticipated pretzel store officially opened for business on April 22, four months after it was announced. Before the Morristown location opened, the closest two locations were in Hackettstown or Livingston.
Explosion at NJ Sleepover Party: At Least 13 Hurt
Two people were critically in the fire as the home on Vernon Way in the Port Reading section of Woodbridge was engulfed in flames by 10 a.m., according to NBC 4 New York. The people in the house ranged in age from 2 to 60, and NBC4 said some of them slept over after a family party. Some wore pajamas
Summit College Club's Annual Book Sale Opens Tuesday, April 24
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Summit College Club Book Sale will be held from Tuesday, April 24 - Friday, April 29,at the American Legion, 357 Elkwood Ave., New Providence. Proceeds from the sale are used to fund college scholarships for deserving young women in local high schools.
Man attacked, pushed onto subway tracks in hate crime assault: police
MANHATTAN, N.Y. - A man was repeatedly punched and pushed onto the subway tracks in a hate crime assault at the Union Square/14 Street subway station in Manhattan on Friday, the NYPD said. Police said the victim, a 24-year-old Hispanic man, got into a verbal dispute with a man on a No. 4 train as it
NJ cold case unit could help solve enduring mysteries
NEWARK, N.J. — A murder that took 50 years to solve spurred Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni to commit more resources to investigating cold cases, the mysteries that often hold a lurid fascination for the public but leave lingering emotional damage for those who knew the victims.
Mother Daughter Duo Busted In Heroin Arrest: Top Morris Co. News
We know you're busy. Here's a look back at some of the biggest stories in and around Morris County this week. MORRIS, NJ - We know you're busy. Between work, family, and everything else, sometimes you don't have time to keep up with the news. Patch has got you covered: here are some stories you migh
Blind pedestrian, service dog, struck by car in Morristown Saturday
MORRISTOWN– A blind pedestrian and his Seeing Eye service dog received medical care after being struck by a car at the intersection of South and DeHart streets at 9:20 a.m. on Saturday, April 21.The victim, a 61-year-old Morristown resident police did not identify, and his service dog were in the cr
New DMV Facility in South Plainfield Should Ease Crunch in Somerville
SOMERVILLE, NJ - B. Sue Fulton is just beginning to find her away around her new office in Trenton , but the newly-sworn director of the Department of Motor Vehicles found her way to Somerville Saturday at the invitation of state Sen. Christopher Kip Bateman for a visit to the local DMV office on Ro
Lindenwold man sought as murder suspect
CAMDEN - A Lindenwold man is on the run after being charged with murder, authorities said Friday. Terrill "Rell" Chandler, 28, is accused of fatally shooting 25-year-od Dominique Vivett, also of Lindenwold, at a borough apartment complex April 3. Chandler, who was charged April 6, is believed to be
5 Arrested For Prostitution Inside Union Spa: Police
UNION, NJ - Union Police arrested five people following an investigation into a spa on Morris Avenue for prostitution. Police were aware that the Birchwood Holistic "was actually a place where prostitution was going on" and had previously made arrests in September 2017. Police monitored the location
Morristown man who said heroin addiction made him rob woman, spared prison time
MORRISTOWN - A cocaine and heroin addict who admitted robbing a woman 12 minutes after he was released from jail in January was sentenced Friday to Morris County's Drug Court program instead of state prison. Over objections from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office, Superior Court Judge Stephen Tay
Mom, Daughter Arrested In Morris Co. Heroin Ring Bust
MOUNT OLIVE, NJ - A mother-daughter duo were charged in connection to a heroin ring in Morris County, Mount Olive police said. A third woman was also charged. The three women were arrested following a months long investigation into their activities after officers in Roxbury and Mount Olive received