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Feds Collect $5.5 Million For New Jersey Gas Station Attendants

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In the past five years, more than 1,100 attendants at Shell, Exxon, BP and other leading brand gas stations in New Jersey have been denied the minimum wage and, in some cases, overtime pay. These workers have received $5.5 million in back wages and damages recovered thanks to a multiyear enforcement initiative conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division.

Easter Seals NJ Aims to Break a Guinness World Record at the Walk With Me 5K on April 18th

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Be a part of history and support a great cause at this year's Sixth Annual Walk with Me and 5K Run. Easter Seals New Jersey’s Walk With Me is a national fundraising event to raise awareness and support for families living with disabilities.

DMV ‘Facial Scrubbing’ Leads To Six Charged Over Bogus Driver’s Licenses

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The Bergen County Prosecutor announced that charges were filed against six people who had suspended New Jersey driving privileges and obtained new driver’s licenses in other parties’ names using fraudulently obtained documents.

Former employee accused of stealing more than $800K from Paramus Armenian association

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A former employee at the Armenian Missionary Association of America was charged with embezzling more than $800,000 in donations from the organization over eight years, borough police said Friday.

Councilwoman who flipped double bird, called mayor 'piece of "(expletive")' says she was wrong

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Councilwoman Lisa Di Giulio said her flipping the mayor off and cursing at him was wrong, but still contends Mayor Bill Laforet was wrong in suspending and attempting to fire the D.P.W director, a political adversary.

Bandits armed with gun, knife rob deliveryman in Englewood

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Two masked assailants armed with a gun and knife robbed a Chinese food deliveryman at the Rock Creek apartment complex late Thursday, city police said.

Bergen County Recognizes Bergen County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center as a No-Kill Shelter

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Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco and the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Wednesday proposed and adopted Resolution #239-15 formally designating the Bergen County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center a no-kill shelter.

Bounty Hunter Sentenced To Six Years For Bribing Sheriff's Officers To Give Him Credit For Capturing Fugitives Already In Custody

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A bounty hunter who formerly lived in Jersey City was sentenced to prison today for conspiring in a scheme to have sheriff’s officers sign false documents so he could collect additional fees by claiming to capture fugitives who already had been apprehended by police.  He paid the sheriff’s officers for their aid.  Two sheriff’s officers previously pleaded guilty to official misconduct and are awaiting sentencing.

Bergen Sheriff's Officers Find 22 Bags Of Heroin During Glen Rock Traffic Stop

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Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino announces the arrest of Robert Berg during a routine traffic stop on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Berg was taken into custody by Officer Kevin Scarpa and Vincent Surace for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia.

Hasbrouck Heights Man Charged With Inappropriate Sexual Activity With 11 Year Old Girl

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On March 26, 2015, members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department arrested Melkis Antigua-Cruz after learning that he engaged in inappropriate sexual activity with an eleven (11) year old female acquaintance.
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