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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Fair Lawn Police Revive Driver Whose Car Rolled Into Bank

    Fair Lawn Police Revive Driver Whose Car Rolled Into Bank

    Fair Lawn police used CPR to revive a driver whose car rolled into a TD Bank branch after a medical episode Thursday morning.The 59-year-old victim was unresponsive when he was taken to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson after his 2003 Ford Escape hit the the front wall and cigarette disposal at the Maple Avenue bank just before 8:30 a.m., Sgt. Brian Metzler ...

  2. VIDEO: Four-Alarm Paterson Multi-Building Blaze Displaces 20, No Serious Injuries Reported

    VIDEO: Four-Alarm Paterson Multi-Building Blaze Displaces 20, No Serious Injuries Reported

    UPDATE: Twenty-people were displaced by a downtown Paterson fire that raged for hours Wednesday night, blowing through the roof of one of two buildings. Miraculously, no one was seriously injured, Mayor Andre Sayegh said.The blaze apparently broke out in an alleyway between the corner building on Madison Avenue at 21st Avenue above a T-Mobile store and an adjoining multi-family building ...

  3. Courageous Port Authority PD Recruit Who Returned To Training With Cancer Laid To Rest

    Courageous Port Authority PD Recruit Who Returned To Training With Cancer Laid To Rest

    Port Authority police turned out in force Wednesday, joined by other members of the law enforcement community, to lay to rest a courageous PAPD recruit who valiantly returned to training while fighting cancer -- only to have it take his life.Michael Joseph Kelly, 31, was originally a member of the 115th Port Authority Police Academy Recruit Training Class in 2017 but had to withdraw ...

  4. Sheriff: Mom Dimes Out Heroin-Selling Son After Paterson Chase

    Sheriff: Mom Dimes Out Heroin-Selling Son After Paterson Chase

    A Paterson mom snitched on her drug-dealing son after he tried hiding from detectives who’d seen him toss 450 bags of heroin during a foot chase, Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Bernik said.Another man was arrested, as well, when he tried blocking the sheriff’s officers while repeatedly cursing at them, Berdnik said.Members of his narcotics bureau had seen 22-year-old Marquis L. ...

  5. Dump Truck Tips In Old Tappan

    Dump Truck Tips In Old Tappan

    A dump truck keeled over Wednesday afternoon in Old Tappan, dumping a load of dirt at a work site.The driver reportedly was OK after the crash on Orangeburg Road near Dearborn Drive, barely a mile from the Rockland County border.Contractors have been dumping truckloads of fill to level off a residential backyard for nearly a year, neighbors said.

  6. Meet Palisades Park’s Newest Police Officers

    Meet Palisades Park’s Newest Police Officers

    Attrition and an expanding community have been met in Palisades Park with the addition of six new police officers with diverse skills and backgrounds.They are:Kevin Choi, 24, formerly a special police officer in neighboring Ridgefield;William Duarte, a 27-year-old former special police officer in the borough;Martin Kim, a 31-year-old U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served two tours of ...

  7. Rochelle Park Burglary Suspect Nabbed Heading Into Court On Other Charge

    Rochelle Park Burglary Suspect Nabbed Heading Into Court On Other Charge

    A man suspected of committing a trio of Rochelle Park burglaries was arrested when he showed up for court in Hackensack on another charge – and was found carrying documents stolen during one of the break-ins, authorities said.Ismael Estrella, 38, of Forest Hills, Queens, also had bogus driver’s licenses and credit cards created using the identity of one of the victims with him when he ...

  8. Hidden Cam Catches Caregiver Abusing Stroke Victim, 90, In Park Ridge, Authorities Charge

    Hidden Cam Catches Caregiver Abusing Stroke Victim, 90, In Park Ridge, Authorities Charge

    A hidden camera caught a home health aide assaulting a 90-year-old stroke victim at an assisted living facility in Park Ridge, said authorities who arrested her.The micro-surveillance “Safe Care Cam” unit caught Mitsou Gottheim, 50, of Nanuet on video “physically assaulting the elderly woman, who is bedridden and unable to communicate verbally because of a stroke,” Attorney General ...

  9. SEE ANYTHING? Shots Fired From One Car At Another On Route 46 In Clifton, Witnesses Sought

    SEE ANYTHING? Shots Fired From One Car At Another On Route 46 In Clifton, Witnesses Sought

    Several shots were fired from one car at another on Route 46 in Clifton, said authorities who sought the public’s help Wednesday identifying the vehicle.The shooter unloaded sometime between noon and 2 p.m. Monday in the westbound stretch between Routes 20 and 21, authorities said.No injuries were reported, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Clifton Police Chief Mark ...

  10. Two Sought In Reported Overnight Home Invasion In Garfield

    Two Sought In Reported Overnight Home Invasion In Garfield

    Police were investigating a reported overnight home invasion in Garfield.Two men reportedly beat a male resident, apparently for money, in a small Cedar Street home off Belmont Avenue.It was unclear how much, if any, was taken.The Bergen County Sheriff's Bureau of Criminal Identification collected evidence.CHECK BACK FOR MORE DETAILS

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