A New Jersey Appellate court overturned the conviction of former Hackensack Police Chief Charles K. Zisa. In a 38-page opinion, a three judge panel described the state’s case against Zisa as weak and tainted by prejudicial and improper evidence.
Dash cam video shows a scary road rage incident in New Jersey where a man pulled a gun on another driver.
A 2-year-old girl was rescued after being left unattended in a minivan in the parking lot of Costco in Hackensack on Thursday.
Police have arrested one of two men allegedly involved in the theft of a bag of about $150,000 in cash that had been accidentally left on a curb this week and are looking for the other suspect, saying in a news release on Thursday that the pair already spent some of the money, using cash to purchase an SUV.
The longstanding indictment against Carlstadt Mayor William Roseman for theft and misconduct was dismissed by a Bergen County judge Thursday,
Yoseop Choi, of Fort Lee, brought his infant son to Bellevue Hospital in New York City on Tuesday when the boy went into cardiac arrest, the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office said in a news release.
Security personnel evacuated the building within the next half hour and after an hourlong search to ensure that the building was safe, people were permitted to return to the courthouse building, said Anthony Cureton, a spokesman for the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office.
A robber stole an undisclosed amount of money from the Chase Bank at 24 Park Avenue in Rutherford around 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, according to the FBI.
New Jersey has not allocated any money for smoking prevention since 2012. A 2014 report ranked the state last among all states when it comes to funding tobacco prevention programs.
Carmine De Somma, of Lodi, suffered head and leg injuries after he was hit by a Chevy Malibu operated by Jahlil Jones, 27, of Prospect Park, a State Police spokesman said.
53-year-old Alfred "Fred" Fiume, of Rutherford, was found dead in a home under construction in Monroe, according to police. Fiume was reported missing earlier this week.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued Notices of Violation to 17 commercial autobus operators for failure to post public notices on the outside and inside vehicles about how passengers can report complaints and concerns to the Division.
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