On Friday, Governor Christie sent President Obama a letter and engaged the White House urging the president to demand the Cuban government immediately return convicted cop-killer and escaped fugitive Joanne Chesimard to New Jersey to face justice before any further consideration of normalized relations with the Cuban government is made
“The reasoning of the Appellate Division creates a perverse disincentive for a pregnant woman to seek medical help and enter a bona fide detoxification treatment program that will address her and her baby’s health needs” wrote Justice Albin in the unanimous decision of New Jersey Supreme Court.
Police are looking for the man they say struck a CVS employee in the face while trying to shoplift Vicks cold medication
Two men armed with shotguns on Sunday robbed a Lodi strip club of $30,000 police said
A 13-year-old struck his father Saturday afternoon with a frying pan in a fight over Christmas decorations
Mercedes-Benz has hired commercial real estate juggernaut CBRE Group, Inc. to help it find a new home as it considers leaving New Jersey, according to sources with direct knowledge of the action
Another Connecticut man was also injured in the crash, police say
The New Jersey Attorney General Division of Criminal Justice has taken over an investigation into Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli’s office , WPIX News reported Friday. The state AG is investigating whether Molinelli’s office made false statements about sports memorabilia the Prosecutor auctioned off earlier this year.
Advertisements on social media tipped police off to the illegal operation this past August
The graduating class comprises recruits from 32 agencies throughout Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties, according to Bergen County Police Department Lt. Michael Devine, the academy’s officer-in-charge. It includes a married couple, nine women and nine military veterans and six alternate-route recruits who paid their own way — about $5,000 — for the academy.
Roxanne Hewitt also indicted for attack on corrections officer in August
In June, Paul Nichols, a Bergen Dispatch reporter, filed a First Amendment challenge to a gag order issued by Essex County Superior Court Judge Nancy Sivilli in a 2011 a divorce and custody suit. On Friday, United States District Judge William J. Martini rejected Sivilli’s motion to dismiss the case finding that the gag order violates the Frist Amendment.
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