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Gotcha! Lyndhurst Detectives Crash Home Burglary, Nab Local Couple
A Lyndhurst couple had just broken into a local home when they were seized by a pair of township detectives.
Daniel Soto, 22, and Nicolette Greco, 25, didn't see Lyndhurst Police Detective Chris Cuneo watching them case the unoccupied Kingsland Avenue home around 10 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said.
Detective Nick Abruscato had joined Cuneo when the couple slipped around to the side of the house and momentarily out of sight, the lieutenant said.
The detectives followed and found a broken basement window, Auteri said.
Announcing themselves, they took Soto and Greco i…
Honda Recalling Nearly 250K Vehicles Due To Engine Concerns
Honda is recalling nearly 250,000 vehicles due to damaged engines that can run improperly or stall while driving, increasing the risk of a fire, crash, or injury.
This week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that 248,999 vehicles have been subject to the recall, which spans several years and different model types.
According to officials, due to a manufacturing error, "the connecting rod bearing in the engine may wear and seize, damaging the engine."
Models subject to the recall include certain:
2015-2020 Acura TLX;
2016-2020 Acura MDX;
Nationwide Recall Issued For Peaches, Plums, Nectarines Sold At Stores Due To Listeria Risk
A nationwide recall has been issued for a brand of peaches, plums, and nectarines because of a possible health risk.
The HMC Group Marketing, Inc., which does business as HMC Farms, issued the recall for the products sold in retail stores between Wednesday, May 1, and Wednesday, November 15, 2023, and the same date range in 2022, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website.
The view product label photos, visit the FDA link here.
The fruit is being recalled because it can potentially be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism that can cause serious and sometime…
Lyndhurst Man Wanted On Warrants Charged With Trashing Relative's Home, Fighting Police
A Lyndhurst man wanted for trashing a relative's home ran from police, then fought with them before being subdued, authorities said.
Officers responding to a call from a Stuyvesant Avenue home learned that Faiz Mohammad, 27, had become irate and vandalized the place, causing $1,300 worth of damage before fleeing, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said.
Police were looking out for Mohammad when he returned, prompting the relative to hide in a bathroom and call police, Auteri said.
He fled again but was spotted soon after by Officer Matthew Dudek on 5th Avenue, the lieutenant said.
Dudek ended u…
NJ Parents Tried To Get Son Psychiatric Help Right Before He Killed Them, Police Say
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, Cheryl Mulgrew called police seeking a psychiatric evaluation for her 34-year-old son, Michael Mulgrew, who had been experiencing a mental health problem, police documents say.
But Michael Mulgrew came home later that night seeming calm, and so Cheryl, 69, told police not to bother, and she'd take him to the doctors in the morning, the affidavit says.
Around 11 a.m. the following day, one of Mulgrew's parents called police again seeking a psychiatric evaluation, according to police papers. There, they found Cheryl and her husband, Michael's 71-year-old dad, Eugene…