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Levittown Man Busted For Alleged Robbery Outside Wawa

A Levittown man has been charged with an alleged robbery in Bristol Township. In court papers, police said they were called to the Wawa at Green Lane and Route 13 around 4:50 a.m. Tuesday for the report of a robbery.


List of Boy Scout leaders accused of sex abuse has South Jersey ties

A list of about 50 New Jersey Boy Scout leaders accused of sexually abusing minors released Tuesday shows five names with ties to Atlantic and Ocean counties. The list, which was compiled and released by the law firms of Greg Gianforcaro and Jeff Anderson & Associates, names one leader each based in


Levittown Man Was Killed In Bristol Pedestrian Crash

BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, PA — Police in Bristol Township have identified the man who was killed last week after being struck by two vehicles on New Falls Road. Ronald Marsonoski, 42, of Levittown, was the man killed in the crash, which happened at 8:32 p.m. last Sunday in the 6000 block of the road. After


FBI arrests Trenton police officer at TPD headquarters in excessive force investigation

TRENTON — City police officer Drew Inman was arrested this morning by the FBI as part of an investigation targeting former and current officers over allegations of use of excessive force, according to two sources with knowledge of the arrest.


Bucks County Designer House preparing for opening

Bold colors and exotic patterns invite grandkids to dream of faraway lands as they drift off to sleep. Sliding barn doors lead from a master suite’s bedroom adorned in textured fabrics to a bathroom with live edge countertops and shelving.


Trenton cop gets fired for racist social media commentary

TRENTON — Another one bites the dust. City cop Michael Palinczar has been fired from the Trenton Police Department for posting racist commentary on social media. Palinczar, who described himself as an “overseer” of Trenton’s population, is the latest officer to be booted from the force for conduct u


Construction worker alleges negligence of Skanska USA Building, Central Salvage caused wood to fall and injure him

PHILADELPHIA – A Levittown couple are seeking damages from two companies for injuries the husband sustained while working at a Philadelphia construction project. William Baxter and Tarra Baxter filed a complaint on April 8 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against S


Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Buyers Arrested by Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Dealers

Well, this is a new one. A gigantic drug raid mistake led to police officers arresting…well, each other. Turns out undercover cops in Detroit posed as drug dealers to help catch a pair of sellers. However, thanks to a “tiny” mess up, another undercover police group thought they were real drug dealer


Wildwood mayor says town will continue playing Kate Smith recording on boardwalk

The mayor of Wildwood, N.J. says the town will continue to play Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” on its boardwalk despite allegations of racism against the singer.


Troubled cops sully Trenton Police Department’s reputation

TRENTON — Hired to protect and serve, Trenton’s police force is familiar with so-called “bad apples” in law enforcement. The Trenton Police Department has punished a number of officers accused of conduct unbecoming a public servant since the turn of the century, culminating with the recent firing of


2 cops charged with beating suspect released on $50K bails. They’re due back in court tomorrow too.

The pair of men accused of using excessive force as officers in the Trenton Police Department will be released on a $50,000 unsecured bond pending further proceedings, a federal judge ruled Tuesday afternoon.


New York And Pennsylvania Will No Longer Suspend Driver's Licenses Over Drug Crimes

Under legislation taking effect this month, New York and Pennsylvania will no longer suspend driver’s licenses for people convicted of drug crimes. Previously, any drug offense in either state (no matter how minor) triggered a mandatory license suspension of at least six months, even if the crime ha


VIDEO: Trenton Cops Charged With Assault, Obstruction: Feds

TRENTON, NJ - A man was knocked to the ground by officers in a physical altercation during an arrest in Trenton two years ago. Body camera footage of the incident was released by the police department, and now two officers are facing civil rights and obstruction of justice charges in federal court.


NJ school construction agency head to resign following reports of hiring relatives

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The head of a New Jersey agency overseeing school construction projects facing questions about reports she hired unqualified people said Tuesday that she is resigning.


Woman Dies in Meat Grinder at Pennsylvania Processing Plant

A female employee of a processing plant in Pennsylvania’s Muncy Township died yesterday following an incident with a commercial meat grinder. Citing the Lycoming County coroner, media outlet WNEP-TV reported the fatality happened around 11:30 p.m. at the Economy Locker Storage Company. Officials sai


Trenton officer, ex-colleague facing civil rights charges

TRENTON, N.J -- A Trenton police officer and a former colleague accused of assaulting a man they were arresting have both been charged with obstruction of justice and violating the man's civil rights.


N.J. man caught sexually assaulting sleeping child when passerby looked in bedroom window faces 25 years in prison

A New Jersey man caught sexually assaulted a sleeping child when a passerby happened to look into a Long Branch bedroom window in 2017 has admitted to multiple charges and faces 25 years in state prison when he is sentenced, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office said Tuesday.


Amazon warehouse near complete, but not move in date uncertain

Construction of a massive 1-million-square-foot warehouse at the former U.S. Pipe and Foundry property is essentially completed, but local officials say they don’t know when the warehouse’s lone tenant, retail giant Amazon, will begin hiring or operating.


Will Pennsylvania legalize recreational marijuana?

MANSFIELD, Pa. (WETM) - The "Keystone" state debating whether or not to legalize marijuana. On Tuesday, the states Lt. Governor made a stop at Mansfield University on his listening tour.


Newtowners vote on $120 million budget

NEWTOWN - Residents are going to the polls Tuesday to vote on a $120 million budget for next year that carries a tax rate increase of 1.8 percent. The $120 million spending plan for 2019-2020 is made up of two parts - a $42 million town budget that would increase spending 2.9 percent over the curren