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  1. Discarded Cigarette Ignited Fire That Ravaged River Vale Home, Responders Say

    Discarded Cigarette Ignited Fire That Ravaged River Vale Home, Responders Say

    UPDATE: A smoldering cigarette discarded in a planter ignited a fire that blew through the roof of a River Vale home last week, Daily Voice has learned.A resident of the Pascack Avenue home "was smoking a cigarette outside hours earlier," a law enforcement contact with direct knowledge of the incident told Daily Voice. "She put it out in a planter and it smoldered for hours until it ...

  2. Elmwood Park Police ID Suspect In Street Robbery Of Boy, 15

    Elmwood Park Police ID Suspect In Street Robbery Of Boy, 15

    A 15-year-old boy told Elmwood Park police that two robbers – one armed with a folding knife – took his cellphone Thursday night.The victim said he was walking on Market Street near the CVS when the robbers got out of a red SUV and approached him around 8 p.m., Police Chief Michael Foligno said.One of the robbers “brandished a black and silver folding knife and held it to the victim's ...

  3. Pedestrian, 70, Struck In Fair Lawn

    Pedestrian, 70, Struck In Fair Lawn

    A 70-year-old pedestrian struck by a car Thursday night in Fair Lawn was hospitalized with injuries that police said didn't appear life-threatening.The Glen Rock woman was being treated for head and hip injuries after being struck crossing Fair Lawn Avenue near River Road around 5:30 p.m., Sgt. Brian Metzler said.She was taken to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center by a Paterson ...

  4. Shoelace, Glue Traps: Fort Lee Detective, Officer Nab Postal Box Fishing Thieves

    Shoelace, Glue Traps: Fort Lee Detective, Officer Nab Postal Box Fishing Thieves

    Fighting the growing trend of check thefts from postal boxes, Fort Lee police nabbed a Teaneck man and a companion who they said had collected a bundle with a shoelace and glue traps.Detective Dimitri Findanis and Officer Michael Kelly first spotted an illegally parked 2013 Nissan Altima near a drop box on 15th Street on Friday, Capt. Matthew Hintze said.They then saw Adrian Baucum, 19, ...

  5. Hearing Set For Driver Charged In Gas Station Crash That Killed Dad, Teenage Son, Attendant

    Hearing Set For Driver Charged In Gas Station Crash That Killed Dad, Teenage Son, Attendant

    UPDATE: A detention hearing was scheduled this Monday for a Morris County man who authorities said overdosed on heroin before his SUV went airborne, smashing into a killing a father and son and an attendant at a gas station on Route 23 in Wayne early Tuesday.Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes said her staff will ask Superior Court Judge Ernest M. Caposela during a 10 a.m. ...

  6. New Milford Man Charged With Assaulting 4-Month-Old Baby

    New Milford Man Charged With Assaulting 4-Month-Old Baby

    An unemployed New Milford man was charged with assaulting a 4-month old infant who was unresponsive when rushed to the hospital with head injuries, authorities said.Travis Weber, 28, remained held in New Bridge Medical Center in police custody for psychological treatment since his arrest last Thursday, eight days after the infant was taken to the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.An ...

  7. Manager Embezzled $150,000 From Teterboro Restaurant, Authorities Charge

    Manager Embezzled $150,000 From Teterboro Restaurant, Authorities Charge

    A marketing manager pocketed $150,000 from a Teterboro pop-up restaurant before legally changing his name while detectives were investigating him, authorities said.Courtney Breese, 30, of Monmouth Junction in Middlesex County, struck a deal with a New York City-based food service organizer to provide lunch – with a bank account listed in Breese’s name and not the restaurant, Acting ...

  8. Police: Mahwah Motorist Who KO'd Ramapo College Power In Crash Was DWI

    Police: Mahwah Motorist Who KO'd Ramapo College Power In Crash Was DWI

    A Mahwah motorist said an icy roadway sent his pickup into a utility pole, taking wires down and cutting power to Ramapo College and surrounding homes Wednesday night – but police said he was intoxicated.The 2017 Ford F-150 crashed during the freezing rain on Route 202 near the entrance to the college’s sculpture studio just after 10 p.m., Police Chief James N. Batelli said.Almost ...

  9. 'Crusade' Continues: 16,000 Heroin Bags Seized, $25,400 Confiscated In Paterson Raid

    'Crusade' Continues: 16,000 Heroin Bags Seized, $25,400 Confiscated In Paterson Raid

    Paterson narcotics detectives seized a whopping 16,000 individually packaged folds of heroin – along with $25,400 in suspected drug cash -- during on ongoing series of raids, this time in what’s considered a quiet area of the city near Bunker Hill.A tipster led them to the second-floor apartment in the tidy two-family home on East 18th Street, where city Police Director Jerry Speziale ...

  10. Lexus Goes Airborne, Hits Boulder On Route 17 In Mahwah: Driver, 69, Unscathed

    Lexus Goes Airborne, Hits Boulder On Route 17 In Mahwah: Driver, 69, Unscathed

    A Lexus SUV went airborne before crashing into a boulder off Route 17 in Mahwah after the driver fell asleep Wednesday, authorities said.The 69-year-old driver from Monroe refused medical treatment after the crash between the Pilot Truck Stop and the Comfort Inn on the highway’s southbound side around 10:15 a.m., Police Chief James Batelli said.He was checked out by Mahwah Emergency ...

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