BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Drug busts, burglars and a professional errand-runner — here's a look at the stories that topped Bergen County news last week.
JUICE BAR: Ever since Jessica Piatt opened Beets Juice Bar last month, Park Ridge High School students have a healthy place to hang out at lunchtime and 3:15 p.m.
DRUG BUST: A local judge released a Hackensack man without bail after Bergen County prosecutor’s detectives and city police said they seized seven pounds of methamphetamine, nearly a half-pound of cocaine and nine ounces of marijuana – worth a combined $450,000 on the street -- during a raid on his apartment and storage facilities.
GARFIELD BURGLARY: Garfield police released a video Thursday in their search for burglars who fled with cash and jewelry after the homeowners returned
GOT ERRANDS?: In the last few months, Kim Andersen has runs lots of errands. The Franklin Lakes resident has been busy shopping for groceries, picking up prescriptions and shipping packages.
CYBER THREATS: An eighth-grader from Saddle Brook was joking when he posted a comment on a YouTube video that prompted a K-9 search and additional police presence at a local grade school, said authorities who tracked him down.
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