Cucumbers Shipped To 14 States Recalled Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination Cucumbers Shipped To 14 States Recalled Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination
Cucumbers Shipped To 14 States Recalled Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination A Florida-based company is recalling whole cucumbers that were shipped to 14 states, but may be contaminated with Salmonella, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced. According to the FDA, the cucumbers subject to recall are dark green, between 1.5 inches and two inches thick and between five to nine inches long. Officials made note that mini cucumbers and English cucumbers are not included in the recall. FDA The recalled cucumbers were shipped in bulk cartons between Friday, May 17 and Tuesday, May 21 to retail distribution centers, wholesalers, and food service distributor…
Masked Target Store Masturbator At Large, Police In NJ Town Say Masked Target Store Masturbator At Large, Police In NJ Town Say
Masked Target Store Masturbator At Large, Police In NJ Town Say A man is at large in Bridgewater after he masturbated at Target twice on Thursday, May 23, police said. Officers responded to the Target at 200 Promenade Blvd. on a report of a man masturbating in front of another customer, Bridgewater police said in a release.  Two hours prior, he had masturbated in front of a customer at the same Target without them realizing, police said. Bridgewater Police The man arrived and exited the parking lot in a black Tesla SUV, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Van Doren at gvandoren@bridgewaternj.gov or by phone at (908) 7…
Police ID Motorcyclist Killed In Franklin Township Crash As 43-Year-Old Resident Police ID Motorcyclist Killed In Franklin Township Crash As 43-Year-Old Resident
Police ID Motorcyclist Killed In Franklin Township Crash As 43-Year-Old Resident Police said they have identified the man who was killed in a crash in Somerset County on the early morning of Saturday, June 1.  At 12:17 a.m., police responded to a crash between a vehicle and a motorcycle on Easton Avenue near DeMott Lane, Franklin Township Public Safety Director Quovella M. Maeweather said.  The motorcyclist, Darrell Montgomery, 43, was pronounced dead at the scene, Maeweather said. The crash is under investigation by the Franklin Township Police Department’s Traffic Safety Bureau, Maeweather said. A section of Easton Avenue was closed for approximat…
Woman Hospitalized After SUV Crashes Into Car In South Jersey: Police Woman Hospitalized After SUV Crashes Into Car In South Jersey: Police
Woman Hospitalized After SUV Crashes Into Car In South Jersey: Police An Ocean County woman was hospitalized after an SUV crashed into her car at an intersection, authorities said. Manchester Township police responded to the intersection of Route 70 and County Route 571 at around 3:02 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, the department said in a news release. Officers found a blue 2010 Honda Civic facing west and a black 2023 Honda CR-V off the road, both with extensive front-end damage. Investigators said the CR-V was heading north on County Route 571 and the Civic was traveling south through the intersection. The Civic tried to make a left turn onto Route 70 but th…
Poverty Porn? Popular Fitness Influencer Examines Camden's Food, Fitness Desert Poverty Porn? Popular Fitness Influencer Examines Camden's Food, Fitness Desert
Poverty Porn? Popular Fitness Influencer Examines Camden's Food, Fitness Desert It's the unhealthiest place in America, according to one popular fitness YouTuber. Will Tennyson headed over to the City of Camden to explore its food and fitness scene. Or, lack thereof, he say she found. "Not only is it a food desert, it's also a fitness desert," said Tennyson in the 23-minute video that garnered just under 1 million views in three days. Dubbed a "fitness funny guy" by Forbes, Tennyson is a popular fitness influencer who explores various food and fitness trends, documenting his findings on social media. His video on Camden was geared toward examining the life of reside…
Manalapan Woman, 31, Killed, 5 Hospitalized In Route 9 Overnight Muscle Car Crash, Prosecutor S Manalapan Woman, 31, Killed, 5 Hospitalized In Route 9 Overnight Muscle Car Crash, Prosecutor S
Manalapan Woman, 31, Killed, 5 Hospitalized In Route 9 Overnight Muscle Car Crash, Prosecutor S One woman was killed and five others hospitalized in a multi-vehicle Route 9 crash overnight, authorities in Middlesex County said. Old Bridge officers responding to Route 9 and Ferry Road found a wrecked Ford Mustang with four occupants and a BMW with two occupants around 1:05 a.m. Sunday, June 2, Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone said. All four of the Mustang's occupants were taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for treatment, and were in stable condition as of press time. The driver of the BMW was taken to RWJUH in critical condition while the passenger, Krist…
Attorney General, Wildwood Police At Odds Over Memorial Day Weekend Preparedness Attorney General, Wildwood Police At Odds Over Memorial Day Weekend Preparedness
Attorney General, Wildwood Police At Odds Over Memorial Day Weekend Preparedness The New Jersey Attorney General and Wildwood Police Department appear to be at odds over emergency preparedness following a chaotic Memorial Day Weekend. In a statement released on Saturday, June 1, the Wildwood Police Department said NJ Attorney General Matthew Platkin blamed the police department for the series of incidents that unfolded Memorial Day Weekend, in which rowdy teens prompted the closing of area boardwalks, according to various media outlets including NBC10 and the Press of Atlantic City. Platkin alleged that Wildwood had insufficient police staffing on its "world-famous…
Mom Dies Days After BF's Machete Attack In Wall, Charges Upgraded To Murder, Prosecutor Says Mom Dies Days After BF's Machete Attack In Wall, Charges Upgraded To Murder, Prosecutor Says
Mom Dies Days After BF's Machete Attack In Wall, Charges Upgraded To Murder, Prosecutor Says Charges have been upgraded for a 24-year-old man accused of attacking his girlfriend with a machete, following her death, authorities in Monmouth County said. Alex J. Williams' girlfriend died on Thursday, May 30, a week after she was found suffering serious injuries in the parking lot of the Glen Oaks Apartment Complex, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago said. The victim was rushed to a local hospital, where she remained for a week before she died, police said. Police say Williams "repeatedly physically assaulted the victim with a machete, causing the injuries," and was c…
2 Vehicles Hit, Kill Pedestrian On Garden State Parkway Ramp, Police Say 2 Vehicles Hit, Kill Pedestrian On Garden State Parkway Ramp, Police Say
2 Vehicles Hit, Kill Pedestrian On Garden State Parkway Ramp, Police Say A 46-year-old pedestrian trying to cross an exit ramp off the Garden State Parkway was killed by passing cars over the weekend. Mohammed Uddin was crossing the Exit 123 ramp in Sayreville around 9:45 p.m. Friday, May 31, when he was struck by a Dodge SUV and Buick SUV, heading south near milepost 124.6, New Jersey State Police Sgt. Jeffrey Lebron said. Uddin, of Old Bridge, was pronounced dead. No other injuries were reported.
Reign Of Terror: NJ Ex-Con Gets 16 Years For Series Of Armed Robberies, Carjackings Reign Of Terror: NJ Ex-Con Gets 16 Years For Series Of Armed Robberies, Carjackings
Reign Of Terror: NJ Ex-Con Gets 16 Years For Series Of Armed Robberies, Carjackings 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: A 25-year-old ex-con from Trenton who’s already served 2½ years in state prison is headed to federal prison for 16 more for a string of gunpoint carjackings and robberies. Joshua M. Perez was one of three armed robbers who commited a Oct. 10 carjacking, another on Dec. 5 and the robbery later than second night of a local gas station, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger said. Surveillance cameras captured video of Perez and two other robbers emerging from a sedan, pointing handguns at occupants of another vehicle, Sellinger said. They then fled with money and cellphones in the victims…
American Water Employee Killed In NJ Construction Zone Crash Was Hardworking Dad American Water Employee Killed In NJ Construction Zone Crash Was Hardworking Dad
American Water Employee Killed In NJ Construction Zone Crash Was Hardworking Dad Kyle Sease was not just an American Water Employee. He was a father, a son, a husband, a U.S. Army veteran, and so much more. "This was my baby," his heartbroken mother, Joanne Devine, said in a Facebook post. "My son. He was so much more than an 'American Water Employee.'" Sease, 26, was killed and three of his colleagues injured when their crew was hit by a vehicle at a job site on White Horse Pike in Magnolia on Wednesday, May 29, just before 10 a.m. A GoFundMe started by Sease's coworkers of  Water Workers Local 99 had raised $78,000 as of Saturday, June 1. A Sicklerville f…
'King James': NJ Lawyer Gets 4½ Years, No Early Release For $2 Million Theft From Family, More 'King James': NJ Lawyer Gets 4½ Years, No Early Release For $2 Million Theft From Family, More
'King James': NJ Lawyer Gets 4½ Years, No Early Release For $2 Million Theft From Family, More 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: A once-prominent New Jersey lawyer must spend the next 4½ years in federal prison for swindling a family he represented out of $2 million -- and then, while on pre-trial release, impersonating another attorney in applying for a loan. The family had retained James R. Lisa, 68, of Jersey City, to gather millions that had been moved into offshore bank accounts by relatives decades ago and to resolve any tax issues that arose as a result, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger said. Soon after being retained, Lisa moved more than $6 million back into the United States but told the famil…