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South Jersey School Janitor Contaminated Food, Utensils With Bleach, Bodily Fluids: Prosecutor
An elementary school janitor in South Jersey faces multiple charges, including child endangerment, for allegedly contaminating food and utensils with bleach and bodily fluids.
UPDATE: Police Papers Detail Heinous Accusations Against NJ School Janitor, Parents Livid
Giovanni Impellizzeri, 25, of Vineland, also is charged with aggravated assault, tampering with food and official misconduct.
Impellizzeri was employed by the Elizabeth Moore School in the Upper Deerfield School District.
According to the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office, New Jersey State Police were contacted by scho…
Failed Brakes Send School Bus Carrying Students Into Edison Home: Police
Two students suffered minor injuries after a school bus crashed into a home in Edison, authorities said.
The brakes apparently failed on the bus carrying about 30 John Adams Middle School students at 8:06 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18,, Police Chief Thomas Bryan said.
The driver, who was not hurt, did a great job maneuvering around three other houses by crossing through a field, the chief said.
No one was injured in the home on Rahway Roa which was occupied by three clearing crew workers, Bryan said.
The house has been condemned, he said.
"It could have been a lot worse," Bryan said.
School Bus Driver Ticketed After Crash With Subaru In Somerset County: Police
Students were fortunately unharmed and a school bus driver was hit with tickets after colliding with another vehicle Wednesday, May 10, authorities said.
The crash occurred at Route 518 and Vreeland Drive in Montgomery Township around 4:15 p.m., according to police.
The bus driver, David Rios, 41, of Plainfield, was reportedly heading eastbound on Route 518 and attempting to make a left turn onto Vreeland Drive.
Rios then turned in front of and collided with a westbound Subaru Forrester driven by Michael Lesniewski, 47, of Pennington, police said.
Drivers and students were evaluated at th…
Longtime Coach, Athlete Nicknamed 'Flash' Memorialized With Perth Amboy Scholarship
A longtime area coach and athlete is being remembered with the creation of a local scholarship.
The late Tyrone Fashaw, 68, attended Perth Amboy High School where he excelled as a three-sport student-athlete. He was a natural at most sports, so much so that he was given the nickname, "Flash" for his above-average speed, according to Kenneth Ortiz, who organized this GoFundMe page.
After graduating from Perth Amboy High School in 1972, Tyrone attended Bloomfield College, where he was a member of the football and baseball teams.
A few years after graduating college, Tyrone was hired as a bil…