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Mahwah PD Nabs Stolen Car Driver After Owner's BF Follows Him From NYC Mahwah PD Nabs Stolen Car Driver After Owner's BF Follows Him From NYC
Mahwah PD Nabs Stolen Car Driver After Owner's BF Follows Him From NYC A man whose girlfriend's car was stolen in New York City tracked it to Suffern and then followed the driver into New Jersey, where Mahwah police made an arrest. The 2019 Mercedes 300 coupe was valet-parked at a Manhattan restaurant when it was stolen Tuesday night, May 28, Mahwah Police Lt. Michael Blondin said. Township police got a call at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday from the boyfriend, who the lieutenant said "was now behind it getting onto Route 287 south entering Mahwah" more than 25 miles from the city. Officer Ryan Berger was completing a traffic stop on Route 287 when both vehicles passed …
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms is right around the corner. Wednesday, May 29 will start out sunny with a high of 78. Come the late afternoon, showers with "a few thunderstorms" and a chance of downpours are likely across New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, the NWS says. Storms are expected to being around 3 p.m., with a higher chance of heavier rain in North Jersey than South Jersey. Showers could stick around into Thursday, May 30 , which will will be mostly cloudy with a high of 75, the NWS says.
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for all of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to close out Memorial Day. The NWS said tornadoes, heavy rain, and wind gusts up to 65 mph were possible through 9 p.m. The first round of storms came early Monday morning, May 27.  National Weather Service As of press time, more than 600 Bedminster, NJ residents were without power, according to JCP&L. It was not immediately clear if that outage was caused by the storm, though. The NWS says storms are expected to cease before 1 a.m. Tuesday, May 28. Temps will dip…
Confessed NJ/Philly Sex Trafficker Who Beat, Threatened Victims Gets 10 Years, No Early Release Confessed NJ/Philly Sex Trafficker Who Beat, Threatened Victims Gets 10 Years, No Early Release
Confessed NJ/Philly Sex Trafficker Who Beat, Threatened Victims Gets 10 Years, No Early Release UPDATE: A confessed sex trafficker from Philadelphia was sentenced in federal court in New Jersey to 10 years in prison. Mallie M. Evans, 37, must spend at least 8½ years behind bars before he’ll be eligible for release because there’s no parole in the federal prison system. Evans “recruited and coerced multiple victims” as prostitutes, shuttling them between Philly and Central and South Jersey, U.S. Attorney For New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger said. “Evans used fraud, emotional manipulation, physical violence, and threats of death and bodily injury to coerce the victims into engaging in co…
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey 2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey New Jersey was rattled by a small earthquake on Friday morning, May 24, the USGS reports. It happened at 3:50 a.m. in Tewksbury, approximately 6 kilometers southwest of Gladstone, the USGS says. The Ramapo Fault System, which runs through NY, PA, NJ, MD, and VA, has clearly been a hot spot.  Countless quakes and aftershocks have developed along the system since the 4.8-magnitude earthquake on April 5.
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing The National Weather Service is predicting two rounds of thunderstorms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Thursday, May 23. The first is expected in the morning northwest of the I-95 corridor through noon, and the second in the afternoon and evening along the Jersey Shore and in South Jersey (see map above). The NWS warns that strong to severe thunderstorms could come with gusty winds. Travel delays due to flooding, downpours, and hail are expected, AccuWeather says. AccuWeather Temps will be in the mid-80s with a drop into the 60s in the evening, the NWS said. Friday will be mostly sun…
$6.25M Home In NJ's Most Expensive Zip Code Comes With Pool, Indoor Cabana (PHOTOS) $6.25M Home In NJ's Most Expensive Zip Code Comes With Pool, Indoor Cabana (PHOTOS)
$6.25M Home In NJ's Most Expensive Zip Code Comes With Pool, Indoor Cabana (Photos) A 16,000-square-foot home in New Jersey's most expensive zip code is on the market for $6.25 million. Built in 2000, the home at 67 Robin Ln., in Alpine has 8 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, 3 partial bathrooms, and sits on 1.93 acres, according the listing by Sotheby's International Realty. The listing agents are Dennis and Dolores McCormack. Jump The Colonial stone manor also features six, large reception rooms with high ceilings, and a kitchen that opens to a stone terrace, leading to a covered loggia, the listing reads. Inside the primary bedroom, cozy up to a fireplace and find an onyx …
Body Pulled From NJ River ID'd As Woman Who Vanished 14 Years Ago, Family Says Body Pulled From NJ River ID'd As Woman Who Vanished 14 Years Ago, Family Says
Body Pulled From NJ River ID'd As Woman Who Vanished 14 Years Ago, Family Says The family of a New Jersey woman who disappeared finally has some closure. The body recovered along with three cars from the Cooper River in Pennsauken last week has been identified by her daughter as Bernadine Gunner, who went missing in July 2010. AFTER 13 LONG YEARS WE HAVE CLOSURE, MY MOM WAS FOUND 💔😢. SIP MOM I DON’T EVEN KNOW HOW TO FEEL RIGHT NOW…... Posted by Julia Young on Thursday, May 16, 2024 In a Facebook post shared Saturday, May 18, Julia Young says United Search Corps was behind the recovery operation in Pennsauken on Thursday, May 16, in which dive teams …
Member Of Burglary Crew That Targeted Asian Homeowners On 'Hit List' In NJ, NY, PA, Sentenced Member Of Burglary Crew That Targeted Asian Homeowners On 'Hit List' In NJ, NY, PA, Sentenced
Member Of Burglary Crew That Targeted Asian Homeowners On 'Hit List' In NJ, NY, PA, Sentenced 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: A confessed member of a burglary ring that targeted Asian-American small business owners in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison. Kevin Jackson, 57, of Rahway, NJ, must serve a little over two years before he'll be eligible for release because there's no parole in the federal prison system. Jackson was part of a second-story crew that the FBI said worked from a hit list of dozens of homes in the four states based on “stereotype and opportunity" from Dec. 2, 2016, to March 20, 2019. One of Jackson's associates told detectives t…
Embattled Senator Bob Menendez Announces Wife Has Breast Cancer Embattled Senator Bob Menendez Announces Wife Has Breast Cancer
Embattled Senator Bob Menendez Announces Wife Has Breast Cancer Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who is facing federal corruption charges said his wife, Nadine, is battling breast cancer. “Nadine is suffering from Grade 3 breast cancer, which will require her to have mastectomy surgery,” Menendez said. “We are of course, concerned about the seriousness and advanced stage of the disease. She will require follow up surgery and possibly radiation treatment.” Like her husband, Nadine Menendez is facing corruption and bribery charges. While the senator's trial is currently underway, her trial was pushed back due to medical concerns. Her trial is currently schedu…
Groundwater Contamination Case In Bergen County Settled For $14M: State AG Groundwater Contamination Case In Bergen County Settled For $14M: State AG
Groundwater Contamination Case In Bergen County Settled For $14M: State AG 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: Two companies have agreed to pay the state of New Jersey $14 million to resolve groundwater contamination charges in Bergen County, authorities announced. The settlement with Cycle Chem, Inc. -- formerly known as Perk Chemical Co. -- and Handy & Harman resolves a 2019 lawsuit over the discharge of a degreasing solvent and other hazardous substances at an etching and surfacing facility on Craig Road in Montvale. The solvent, trichloroethylene (TCE), has been linked to cancer, in the liver and kidneys, New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin said. It was used at the site from…
NJ Postal Worker Admits Spending $54,000 On USPS Credit Cards NJ Postal Worker Admits Spending $54,000 On USPS Credit Cards
NJ Postal Worker Admits Spending $54,000 On USPS Credit Cards A post office worker in South Jersey admitted going on a $54,000 personal spending spree, buying power tools, gift cards, groceries and more with U.S. Postal Service plastic. Austin T. Mahan, 44, of Cape May Court House, was working at the Sea Isle and Somers Point facilities when he used postal service credit cards at retail stores in and around New Jersey over a six-month period beginning in 2022, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger said. "These purchases included thousands of dollars’ worth of gift cards as well as various home décor items, home renovation materials, power and handhel…
Disturbing Video Shows Infant Being Abused By 37-Year-Old NJ Woman, Police Say Disturbing Video Shows Infant Being Abused By 37-Year-Old NJ Woman, Police Say
Disturbing Video Shows Infant Being Abused By 37-Year-Old NJ Woman, Police Say Police have announced the arrest of a New Jersey woman seen in a disturbing video being circulated on social media. Multiple people called Trenton police on Wednesday, May 15, to report the video in which Vivian M. Harrell, 37, abuses an 8-week-old child, the department said. Harrell is seen covering an infant’s face, possibly blocking its airway, and speaking to the child in a vulgar and derogatory way, authorities said. Harrell was subsequently arrested and charged with second-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child. The Division of Child Protection and Permanency is …
'Patient Broker' From Balto Goes To Federal Prison For Preying On NJ Drug Addicts 'Patient Broker' From Balto Goes To Federal Prison For Preying On NJ Drug Addicts
'Patient Broker' From Balto Goes To Federal Prison For Preying On NJ Drug Addicts A Baltimore man was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison for paying people to bribe drug addicts in New Jersey to go to specific rehab centers -- some as far as California. John Devlin, 37, is one of seven people who took deals from the government and admitted participating in a plot to defraud health insurance companies through patient brokering in several states, U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger said. The confessed schemers enlisted "recruiters" to pay users addicted to heroin and other drugs with "robust" private health insurance several thousand dollars to ent…
Live Cows Help Stew Leonard's Celebrate Grand Opening In Clifton Live Cows Help Stew Leonard's Celebrate Grand Opening In Clifton
Live Cows Help Stew Leonard's Celebrate Grand Opening In Clifton Stew Leonard's celebrated its grand opening at its new Clifton location on Tuesday, May 14. The ribbon cutting ceremony included the dedication of a 300-poun bronze statue honoring Stew Leonard, Sr. who founded the popular grocery store. The ceremony included milk and live cows.  Stew Leonard's celebrated its grand opening in Clifton. Eliza Rosenthale The store has hired 400 employee for the new location and promoted more than 100 employees. The 56,000 square foot grocery and wine store is the second of its kind in New Jersey and will feature more than a dozen local vendo…
'You Will All Die': FBI Seizes NJ Man Who Threatened White Massacre 'You Will All Die': FBI Seizes NJ Man Who Threatened White Massacre
'You Will All Die': FBI Seizes NJ Man Who Threatened White Massacre FBI agents in New Jersey seized a discharged U.S. Marine who they said publicly threatened to massacre as many white people as he could. "I want to erase them," Joshua Cobb, 23, posted on social media, according to U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger. "All of them really, but in this case as many as I possibly can." Interviewed by law enforcement, Cobb admitted writing the posts and even identified what he'd considered potential targets, including a Jersey Strong gym and an Aldi grocery store in Robbinsville, the U.S. attorney said on Monday, May 13. He "also discussed hi…
$4.35M Mansion On Private NJ Island Comes With Panoramic Views $4.35M Mansion On Private NJ Island Comes With Panoramic Views
$4.35M Mansion On Private NJ Island Comes With Panoramic Views A new listing for a home on a secluded island of New Jersey offers the "epitome of luxury living" according to a new listing. The 5,000 square foot home, at 41 Island Trl., in Sparta is being listed for $4.35 million. The listing agent is Christine Dehnel of the Re/Max Platinum Group. Located on Manitou Island, the 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom home offers charm, privacy and opulence, according to a listing.  The home, which sits on one acre of land, was recently renovated and offers panoramic views of Lake Mohawk along with expansive windows, vaulted ceilings an open-concept living spaces, a…
'Outrageously Good:' North Jersey Pizzeria Gets Rave Review From Portnoy 'Outrageously Good:' North Jersey Pizzeria Gets Rave Review From Portnoy
'Outrageously Good:' North Jersey Pizzeria Gets Rave Review From Portnoy They call it a "thinny thin," and Dave Portnoy loves it. That's the "famous" bar pie from Crevier Cafe in Denville, which the Barstool CEO is raving about on his latest "One Bite" New Jersey pizza tour. According to Portnoy, the place is owned by a former employee of Angeloni's in Caldwell, which earned an 8.8 from Portnoy in 2020 (one of his highest scores). Portnoy holds up a slice of the thinny thin then takes his "One Bite" (yeah right). "It's outrageously good," said Portnoy, who famously loves extra-thin pizza. "It's a bar pie it's a thinny thin bar pie." Portnoy suggested super-th…
Fortune Cookie Predicts $1 Million NJ Lottery Win For Lucky Player Fortune Cookie Predicts $1 Million NJ Lottery Win For Lucky Player
Fortune Cookie Predicts $1 Million NJ Lottery Win For Lucky Player "Believe in miracles." Those were the words one New Jersey Lottery player read on the fortune inside of the cookie he cracked open during after a lo mein treat. Days later, the lucky New Jersey player realized his riches on a CASH4LIFE ticket purchased on his phone, lottery officials said. He'd purchased the prize-winning CASH4LIFE ticket as usual, using the Jackpocket app registered with NJ Lottery to get in the game from the comfort of home. Shortly after each drawing, this player routinely checks the app for results.  On this night in particular, there was a special message waitin…
Rutgers Failed To Listen To Pleas From Jewish Faculty, Students On Campus, NJ Congressmen Say Rutgers Failed To Listen To Pleas From Jewish Faculty, Students On Campus, NJ Congressmen Say
Rutgers Failed To Listen To Pleas From Jewish Faculty, Students On Campus, NJ Congressmen Say A pair of New Jersey congressmen have made an urgent request for Rutgers University to address the antisemitism and safety concerns raised for months by Jewish students on campus. In a letter sent Wednesday, May 8 to Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway, Democratic U.S. Reps. Josh Gottheimer and Donald Norcross said the university has a responsibility to ensure the safety and inclusion of all faculty and students on campus "after the administration appeased the demands of violent and hateful agitators." The lawmakers also demanded answers about whether the administration consulted…
Hoboken Murder Suspect Hid At Mom's House In Massachusetts, Sources Say Hoboken Murder Suspect Hid At Mom's House In Massachusetts, Sources Say
Hoboken Murder Suspect Hid At Mom's House In Massachusetts, Sources Say Details in the arrest of a man wanted in the slaying of a popular athlete in Hoboken, NJ, have come to light. Albert Morales, 33, was found at his mom's house in Chicopoee, MA, on Tuesday, April 30, according to sources with direct knowledge of the arrest. Morales, of North Bergen, NJ had been wanted in the cold-blooded killing of Damon "NuNu" Murray, 21, on Sunday, April 28, as previously reported by Daily Voice. According to a Daily Voice source, Morales' vehicle was picked up by a license plate reader on Monday, April 29 along Interstate 391 in Massachusetts. Local detectives discovered…
Popular Diner Reps New Jersey On OpenTable List Of Top Brunch Spots In America Popular Diner Reps New Jersey On OpenTable List Of Top Brunch Spots In America
Popular Diner Reps New Jersey On OpenTable List Of Top Brunch Spots In America There might not be any open tables after this. Tops Diner in East Newark was named one of the 100 best brunch spots in America by the reservation website, OpenTable. It was the only restaurant from the Garden State to make the list. The diner is an institution in East Newark, having been established in 1942. "Our focus has always been to serve what our customers want, exactly when and how they want it," the restaurant wrote at OpenTable. "As the American dining culture shifts, we recognize we must strive to recreate the 1920’s renaissance that birthed the diner as we know it today, al…
International Soccer Stars Will Date Unsuspecting NJ Women On Brand-New TV Dating Show International Soccer Stars Will Date Unsuspecting NJ Women On Brand-New TV Dating Show
International Soccer Stars Will Date Unsuspecting NJ Women On Brand-New TV Dating Show Three New Jersey women will be dating massive, international soccer stars on a brand-new Peacock dating show. The twist? She has no idea how famous they are back home. "Love Undercover" will follow five male athletes who must leave their lavish lives behind to take on secret identities in dating single women in America, all completely unsuspecting of their fame overseas. Among them: Jacklyn Romano of Sea Isle City, Kai Hilbert of Orange, and Gabrielle Findley of Newark. The Garden State singles will be dating Premier League stars Jamie O’Hara, 36 of the United Kingdom; …
'Reckless' NJ Doc Sentenced For Defrauding Amtrak Out of $1.3 Million: Feds 'Reckless' NJ Doc Sentenced For Defrauding Amtrak Out of $1.3 Million: Feds
'Reckless' NJ Doc Sentenced For Defrauding Amtrak Out of $1.3 Million: Feds A 51-year-old Cedar Grove doctor was sentenced to 26 months in prison on Tuesday, May 7, for participating in a five-year health care fraud scheme to defraud Amtrack Muhammad Mirza had previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud, US Attorney Philip Sellinger said.   In 2021, Mirza was accused of recklessly injecting a hazardous dermal filler into patients seeking breast and penis enhancements — often with extremely harmful results — at dozens of offices in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut, as previously reported by Daily Voice. From April…
Gun, Ammo, Various Plates From Various States Found In Teaneck Motorist's Car: Police Gun, Ammo, Various Plates From Various States Found In Teaneck Motorist's Car: Police
Gun, Ammo, Various Plates From Various States Found In Teaneck Motorist's Car: Police A Teaneck motorist who told local police he had a temporary plate on his SUV because he was trying to sell the vehicle was arrested after he opened the rear hatch to look for a replacement, authorities said. As soon as he did, officers who stopped Tyrone Martinez Blair, 51, on Teaneck Road spotted six temporary Georgia license plates, two different New Jersey plates and two different California plates in the back of the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, Teaneck Police Chief Andrew R. McGurr said. But that wasn’t all, the chief said. Given consent to search the entire vehicle, Officer Kyle Rosen foun…
Newark Airport TSA: Yet Another Traveler Says He Didn't Know He'd Packed A Gun Newark Airport TSA: Yet Another Traveler Says He Didn't Know He'd Packed A Gun
Newark Airport TSA: Yet Another Traveler Says He Didn't Know He'd Packed A Gun A Florida man was arrested after TSA agents at Newark Airport found a loaded pistol in his carry-on, authorities said. It was part of what threatens to be a record year with more than 5,000 guns intercepted at airports throughout the country so far compared with 6,542 for ALL of 2023. The traveler's .38-caliber revolver was spotted in the X-ray machine in Newark's Terminal C, the Transportation Security Administration's Lisa Farbstein said. Port Authority police seized the weapon and its owner, who "claimed that he did not realize that he was traveling with his loaded gun in his carry-on b…
'Horror House:' $6.75M Pre-Trial Settlement Reached For NJ Woman Sexually Abused In Foster Care 'Horror House:' $6.75M Pre-Trial Settlement Reached For NJ Woman Sexually Abused In Foster Care
'Horror House:' $6.75M Pre-Trial Settlement Reached For NJ Woman Sexually Abused In Foster Care They called it a horror house. The Salmon household in Egg Harbor Township, that is. The foster home where a woman named only as J.T. was sexually abused by a man named Joseph Salmon during a five-week stay in 1972. And now, the State of New Jersey has agreed to pay J.T. $6.75 million in a settlement expected to be reached, with a $25 million trial verdict for a similar case was obtained last month. "The Salmon home was a horror house of abuse," said Vincent Nappo of the law firm Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala PLLC, who represented J.T. alongside Matthew Bonanno, of Rebenack Ar…
NJSP Trooper Dies During Training: Officials NJSP Trooper Dies During Training: Officials
Njsp Trooper Dies During Training: Officials A New Jersey State Police trooper has died suddenly, the department said. Trooper II Marcellus E. Bethea, who worked in Troop D at the Moorestown station, died during training, Colonel Patrick J. Callahan said. Bethea was an eight-year NJSP veteran and was a member of the 156th State Police Class.  According to New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin, Bethea had been training to join the TEAMS Unit, an emergency response unit "prepared to handle extra ordinary police emergencies," the NJSP website says. Gov. Phil Murphy said he died at headquarters in Ewing.&nb…
Big Purple NJ 'Bud Bus' Owner Arrested For Money Laundering, Deceptive Biz Practices: Cops Big Purple NJ 'Bud Bus' Owner Arrested For Money Laundering, Deceptive Biz Practices: Cops
Big Purple NJ 'Bud Bus' Owner Arrested For Money Laundering, Deceptive Biz Practices: Cops A 46-year-old Rockland County, NY man has been arrested for illegally selling marijuana out of a big purple van in New Jersey, authorities said. Bud Bus Inc. Founder William Schlette, of West Nyack, was charged with deceptive business practices, money laundering, and drug offenses, according to Warren County Prosecutor Anthony Picone. Two search warrants on Schlette's Bud Bus Inc, a van parked at 1077 State Highway 94 in Frelinghuysen Township, on March 7, culminated in the seizure of $1,900, a Ram Promaster van, a 2024 Loom trailer, suspected raw marijuana, and suspected cannabinoid i…
Mahwah Officer Nabs Trio With Loaded Gun, Cocaine, More On Route 17: Police Mahwah Officer Nabs Trio With Loaded Gun, Cocaine, More On Route 17: Police
Mahwah Officer Nabs Trio With Loaded Gun, Cocaine, More On Route 17: Police Three Cuban nationals from out of the area were busted by a Mahwah police officer who stopped their tractor on Route 17 and found a loaded gun, cocaine and more, authorities said. Officer Nicole DiPasquale stopped the Peterbilt truck for multiple motor vehicle violations on the southbound highway shortly after 8 a.m. Saturday, April 27, Lt. Michael Blondin said. The occupants gave conflicting accounts of where they were coming from and headed to, leading to a search request that was granted by the driver, Karel Reza-Perez, a 39-year-old Louisville, KY, resident, the lieutenant said. The se…
Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!' Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!'
Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!' Nearly a dozen football players from the Garden State heard their names called during the 2024 NFL Draft. Eleven players with New Jersey ties were selected in the draft from Thursday, Apr. 25 to Saturday, Apr. 27 in Detroit. The top Jersey draft pick was Max Melton, a Mays Landing native who played cornerback at Rutgers. Melton was taken in the second round with the 43rd overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals. He's the highest-drafted Scarlet Knight since defensive end Kemoko Turay was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 52nd overall pick in 2018. According to his NFL.com draft…