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Batch Of Bogus Bills Seized, Couple Busted In Rochelle Park Stop
More than $2,000 in counterfeit 20s and 50s apparently intended for a Bergen County shopping spree was seized by Rochelle Park police during a traffic stop, authorities said.
Officer Chris Kiszka pulled over the Hyundai Genesis on dead-ended Lexington Avenue off Cliff Street after the driver committed multiple traffic violations shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, Capt. James M. DePreta said.
Empty prescription bottles and other paraphernalia were in plain view, the captain said.
The driver, Wade Wallace, 37, of Trenton also had a suspended license, DePreta said.
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NJ College Baseball Player Ryan Coryell Dies Of Pneumonia Amid 'Happiest Year Ever' At 33
A 33-year-old man from Ewing has died after a two-month battle with pneumonia, his loved ones say.
Ryan Coryell had married the love of his life, Kate, last year, according to his obituary. He died on Nov. 24.
"Being with the now Kate Coryell, along with their dog Jeter, was easily the happiest times in Ryan’s life," his obituary reads.
"As you can imagine, his sudden passing has broken the hearts of everyone who knew him," his sister, Ally Picone of Trenton, wrote on a GoFundMe page. "Please consider donating to help support his wife, Kate, as she navigates this next chapter."
Man Crushed To Death Between Car, Garage In Princeton: Police
A 61-year-old man was killed when he was pinned against a garage by a backing car, authorities said.
Meliton Hernandez-Morales of West New York died of his injuries at the scene of the crash at about 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 29, Princeton police said.
Huimei Qiu, 53, of Princeton, was backing down a residential driveway on Red Hill Road when Hernandez-Morales, who was in the driveway, was struck, police said.
Hernandez-Morales was pinned against a detached garage, they said. Qiu was not hurt and no summonses had been issued.
The investigation is ongoing.
Victim Confronts NJ Teacher 12 Years After Sexual, Romantic Relationship: Affidavit
At 26 years old, a woman is confronting her former New Jersey teacher who is accused of sexually abusing her 12 years ago, court documents show.
Now, the same age as her abuser when they began a relationship, the victim told now-38-year-old Lydia Pinto this month she could never fathom doing what she did: Engage in a relationship with someone 14 or 15 years old, according to the affidavit obtained by Daily Voice.
Pinto, of Newton, PA, was charged earlier this month with sexually abusing a former student.
The victim, identified only as Jane Doe, was a freshman at Bridgewater-Raritan …