NJ Attorney General’s Office today released a recording from a security camera that captured limited video footage of a fatal motor vehicle accident in Clifton, N.J., on October 22 in which a police vehicle struck and killed a 65-year-old female pedestrian.
Newark -- Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose announced today that the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force, which includes detectives from the Newark Police Department, is investigating the fatal shooting of Robert Mr. Angel Figueroa, 27, of Newark.
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, announced today that Essex County Sheriff Armando Fontoura’s Crime Stoppers Program is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information regarding the disappearance of Ms. Venika Williams, 28, of Newark, who has been missing since December 22, 2017.
On November 30, Acting Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll and Detective Supervisor Patrick LaGuerre met virtually with the Superintendent of Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Schools, Principals, Assistant Principals, and Football Team Coaches and Athletes from both township high schools.
Colonel Patrick J. Callahan and Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced today that the New Jersey State Police have arrested 24 suspects for various drug, weapon, and local ordinance offenses and as a result stopped a group of gang members allegedly preparing a series of retaliatory shootings.
The daughter of a former secretary-treasurer of a union at Jersey City Medical Center today admitted her role in helping her mother embezzle $40,455 from the union, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.
The New Jersey Department of Health today issued an Executive Directive requiring that facilities that receive BinaxNOW tests and have a CLIA Certificate—which is a lab requirement for point of care testing—test all staff and visitors for COVID-19 starting on November 30 and running for the next two weeks, ending on Dember 14.
With the pains of Covid and how it has changed how the holidays and special occasions are celebrated, Mayor Derek Armstead and the members of the Mayor’s Youth Commission felt that since they could not have the annual Santa Breakfast for families, they would try and do the next best thing to bring the Spirit of Christmas to children, their parents and all Linden residents.
Master Gardener Jane Egan recently shared her extensive knowledge of composting with the Green Action Team from the Academy of the Holy Angels. Egan manages two Passaic County community gardens and heads local composting and sustainability initiatives as a leader of her hometown’s Green Team.