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  1. Emerson PD: Officer Nabs iPhone Thief Who Signed For Package, ICE Issues Detainer

    Emerson PD: Officer Nabs iPhone Thief Who Signed For Package, ICE Issues Detainer

    A package thief took a different approach when he used an Emerson woman's address to order two iPhones, then waited and signed for the delivery outside her house, authorities said.Responding quickly to a call from the Jordan Road resident, Officer Glenn Howard spotted and pulled over the thief's car -- bearing Ohio license plates -- on Forest Road, Capt. Michael McDermott said ...

  2. Teaneck Officers Nab Robbery Suspect Headed For Hackensack, Already A Repeat Offender At 20

    Teaneck Officers Nab Robbery Suspect Headed For Hackensack, Already A Repeat Offender At 20

    A Hackensack man who, at 20, is already a repeat offender resisted Teaneck police who caught him following a burglary that turned into a robbery, authorities said.Officers responding to the call from a Cedar Lane apartment complex just after 6:30 p.m. Friday found Evan Goodwin crossing the nearby Anderson Street Bridge into Teaneck, Police Chief Glenn O’Reilly said Tuesday.He “appeared ...

  3. Upper Saddle River PD: Driver Impersonating Officer On Route 17 Had Gun, Police Gear

    Upper Saddle River PD: Driver Impersonating Officer On Route 17 Had Gun, Police Gear

    A Florida driver caught smoking a joint with a woman parked in a lot on Route 17 in Upper Saddle River was carrying a loaded gun and a bag that contained handcuffs, a police duty belt, an expandable baton, two switchblades and other police equipment, authorities said.Robert Mitchell, 58, of Hollywood, FL has no law enforcement affiliation, Detective Lt. Edward Kane said Tuesday.Officer ...

  4. UPDATE: Garfield Train Death, Roommate Slaying 'Totally' Murder-Suicide, Authorities Say

    UPDATE: Garfield Train Death, Roommate Slaying 'Totally' Murder-Suicide, Authorities Say

    UPDATE: A man who committed suicide by running in front of a commuter train in Garfield on Saturday hours after law enforcement officials said he beat his roommate to death in their illegal basement apartment was identified Monday, along with the murder victim.Manuel Ortega-Pimentel, 55, "ran into the path" of an NJ Transit train on Saturday and was killed, Acting Bergen County ...

  5. How Cold Was It? An LBI Water Tower Sprung A Leak

    How Cold Was It? An LBI Water Tower Sprung A Leak

    Talk about an ice bucket challenge: A water tower on Long Beach Island sprung a leak during Monday's Arctic-type freeze.Allison Howley Cordes said water was "gushing down" from what experts said was likely a valve that didn't close properly in the Ship Bottom tower.Police closed off the street as the water created a virtual skating rink.

  6. 'Late Fees': Paterson Debt Collector Beats, Robs Debtor, Wayne Police Charge

    'Late Fees': Paterson Debt Collector Beats, Robs Debtor, Wayne Police Charge

    A Paterson man collecting a debt behind a Wayne shopping center beat the debtor and robbed him of $100 – claiming he’d accrued late fees, police said.The victim told police he met with Anthony Ferguson, 35, of Paterson behind the shopping center at Preakness and Valley Roads to satisfy an unspecified debt.He said Ferguson told him “the amount owed had changed due to late fees,” then ...

  7. UPDATE: Ridgewood Firefighters Rescue Construction Worker Who Fell 20 Feet Into Basement

    UPDATE: Ridgewood Firefighters Rescue Construction Worker Who Fell 20 Feet Into Basement

    Firefighters rescued a worker who fell 20 or so feet off a ladder Monday morning into the basement of a new home under construction in Ridgewood.Rescuers brought a Stokes basket and ropes along after the 10:30 a.m. mishap on North Monroe Street.After they got him out through a window well, the Ridgewood Volunteer Ambulance Corps rushed the 28-year-old worker to the trauma unit at St. ...

  8. HEADS UP: Paramus Firefighter Whose Truck Was Broken Into Says He Was Followed From Bank

    HEADS UP: Paramus Firefighter Whose Truck Was Broken Into Says He Was Followed From Bank

    Standing on line at a Western Union in Paramus, a borough volunteer firefighter saw a familiar face: Moments earlier, he’d seen the same man sitting in a suspicious minivan parking outside his bank.Leaving the Stop & Shop on Route 17 after withdrawing money, the 30-year-old firefighter found the passenger-side window of his pickup truck smashed and console compartment open.Gone were ...

  9. UPDATE: Candle Ignites Maywood Garden Apartment Blaze, 10 Tenants Displaced, 2 Units Gone

    UPDATE: Candle Ignites Maywood Garden Apartment Blaze, 10 Tenants Displaced, 2 Units Gone

    Firefighters battled bone-chilling temperatures and stiff winds while dousing a Maywood garden apartment complex fire that apparently was ignited by a candle.Two apartments are a total loss and nearly a half-dozen others were severely damaged, displacing 10 residents, Maywood Police Capt. Terence Kenny said.The American Red Cross found them temporary lodging, the captain ...

  10. Wayne PD: 179 Oxy Pills, Coke, $832 Drug Money Found In SUV Parked After-Hours At Wendy's

    Wayne PD: 179 Oxy Pills, Coke, $832 Drug Money Found In SUV Parked After-Hours At Wendy's

    Wayne police seized 179 Oxycodone pills, a bag of cocaine and $832 in suspected drug proceeds from a Queens driver who’d been parked at the Wendy’s on Route 46 nearly two hours before it opened.Officers Ardian Cela and Gerard Venezia had noticed the 2016 Mazda SUV while responding to another incident about an hour earlier, Detective Capt. Laurence Martin said.Drug paraphernalia in plain ...

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