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School Bus Driver Charged in Fatal New Jersey Crash
What to KnowThe driver of the school bus that crashed last week New Jersey, killing a student and teacher, has been charged with causing their deathsThe driver, 77-year-old Harry Muldrow Sr., faces two counts of death by auto in the May 17 crashThe driver had his license suspended 14 times, includin
Newton Brothers Arrested for Distributing Heroin in Town
NEWTON, NJ—Newton brothers Ryan and Daniel Devine are facing drug charges after an investigation by Newton Police Department and Sussex County Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force. The duo were arrested on May 16 around 8:30 p.m. after law enforcement found they had distributed Heroin within the to
Paterson girl cut with knife fending off stranger’s attack
The girl told police that she was walking near the corner of Broadway and Madison at about 9:30 p.m. and Jenkins complimented her on her appearance, authorities said. Jenkins then began following her and continued to make comments to her, some sexual in nature, police said.
West Milford roofing contractor fined $221,000 by OSHA for ladder, asbestos violations
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced the fine for the Hewitt-based contractor, John Prevete Framing LLC, on Wednesday. The penalties stem from an Oct. 2, 2017 OSHA inspection, records show.
Franklin man faces drug distribution charges
After the search warrant was executed and the home was searched on Monday, Lenny Quintero-Valentin 26, of Franklin, was arrested at the house at 6:30 a.m., according to Detective Sgt. Nevin Mattessich.
Yes, you can get arrested for braiding hair in N.J. Senate's vote could change that
"It was crazy, they treated it as if it was a drug bust or something," said Ustunluk. "They had a list that said I did bleaching, coloring and curls, but I'm just a braider."
Pompton Lakes (2) at Hasbrouck Heights (3) - Softball
Second-seeded Hasbrouck Heights defeated seventh-seeded Pompton Lakes in the quarterfinals of the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 tournament in Hasbrouck Heights.
Going swimming this Memorial Day? Not at these 2 N.J. state parks.
Memorial Day weekend signals the start of the summer, and for many people the iconic American holiday wouldn't be complete without a cool, refreshing dip in a lake.
One defendant left to be sentenced in gang slaying of Paterson teen Nazerah Bugg
One defendant, Baseem Williams, is left to be sentenced. He has pleaded guilty to committing aggravated manslaughter and is scheduled to receive a four-year sentence when he goes before Judge James J. Guida on June 1.
Wallkill man killed in Middletown crash
MIDDLETOWN – A 23-year-old Town of Wallkill man was killed late Tuesday when he lost control of his Mazda Miata convertible while on West Main Street near Maple Hill Park.Middletown City Police, who did not release the name of the victim, said at around 11:10 p.m. his vehicle crossed lanes, struck a
Heart Attack Caused Death Of Franklin Student, 14, In Gym Class
FRANKLIN, NJ — A heart attack was found to be the cause of 14-year-old Franklin High School freshman's sudden death, according to his mother Tracy Warren.
Sussex County Prosecutor's Office
May 14Michael Wislotski, 28, of Hamburg pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card, a third-degree crime and making a false report to law enforcement, a fourth-degree crime.
Body found behind dumpster behind fried chicken spot in Paterson
At around 6 a.m., Victoria Oquendo, who lives around the corner, noticed police lights flashing and saw the body lying behind the dumpster, in a back lot strewn with garbage. Oquendo was not surprised, calling the neighborhood a "valley of death."
Housing proposed for ex-Artuso's bakery in Mount Vernon
"The height will be lower and the number of units will be less," said Abillama, adding that the number of apartments might fall to 70 or 72.
Paramus school bus driver in fatal crash had 8 past speeding violations
TRENTON — The driver of the school bus involved in a horrific crash with a dump truck on Route 80 last Thursday still holds a valid driver's license and a commercial school bus endorsement.Sources close to the investigation not authorized to speak to the media identified the driver as Hudy Muldrow S
3 Union County McDonald's Hit With Child Labor Violation Fines
S&P Enterprises Inc., a New York company that owns McDonald's franchises across northern New Jersey, paid a fine of $8,829 after 14- and 15-year-old employees worked too many hours and too late at night during school days. According to the Department of Labor, the teens worked past 7 p.m. on school
Dump truck overturns in Vernon, closing Route 515
Five vehicles including the dump truck, which had come from Brooklyn, N.Y., were involved in the accident, which occurred near the Lukoil gas station at the road's intersection with Route 94, according to Police Chief Randy Mills.
Newton brothers facing drug charges
Daniel Devine, 34, was charged with second-degree distribution within 500 feet of a public place and two counts of second-degree distribution of heroin.
Mount Vernon officials: $6 million federal lawsuit 'a political move' for attention
In a barrage of motions filed in U.S. District Court in White Plains, attorneys for Mount Vernon City Council members Andre Wallace and Marcus Griffith, former Mayor Ernie Davis, former Comptroller Maureen Walker and other ex-officials said the lawsuit filed in April on behalf of the Urban Renewal A
South Brunswick man charged in Franklin robbery
Dain A. Smith has been charged with robbery, a second-degree crime, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson and Franklin Township Police Chief Richard A. Grammar.