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Jerry DeMarco

Senior Content Editor jdemarco@dailyvoice.com

Born in Newark and raised in Hudson County, Jerry DeMarco is a 38-year veteran of the news industry and a renowned breaking news reporter. He has covered local, county and state police, as well as the FBI, ATF and other federal agencies.

DeMarco joined Daily Voice in 2015 after six years running Cliffview Pilot, one of the nation's few independent breaking news sites. As an independent publisher, he helped establish Local Independent Online News, a national trade organization.

Prior to launching his own site, DeMarco served as a reporter for the Bergen Record, Stamford Advocate, Rockland Journal News, News Tribune, and Trenton Times.

DeMarco has won national recognition for his investigative work, including Clarion, Heywood Broun and Deadline Club awards. He's changed public policy and managed several major projects -- including one that helped put a corrupt public official in federal prison and another that forced a sitting New Jersey attorney general from office for her participation in a Bergen County traffic stop involving her boyfriend.

DeMarco regularly lectures at a graduate course in media relations at Fairleigh Dickinson University and previously was an adjunct professor at Lehman College in the Bronx. 

He has a Bachelor's Degree in English from St. Peter's University in Jersey City.

Jerry DeMarco's Contributions

  1. Police: Harassed Fair Lawn Man Stabbed With Turban Needle, Arrest Made

    Police: Harassed Fair Lawn Man Stabbed With Turban Needle, Arrest Made

    A 22-year-old Fair Lawn man who tried to get another to stop sending him harassing text messages was stabbed with a turban needle, police said.Fair Lawn police took Japneet Chani, also 22, into custody after being called to Southern Drive at Urban Place, Sgt. Brian Metzler said.The victim "had gone to a residence on 26th Street to approach [Chani] about unwanted harassing text ...

  2. Arrangements Made For West Caldwell Resident From North Arlington Killed In Tragic Accident

    Arrangements Made For West Caldwell Resident From North Arlington Killed In Tragic Accident

    Arrangements have been finalized for a 51-year-old New Jersey father of two who was one of two linemen electrocuted Monday while on a job in Warwick, N.Y.Derrick Paris, a North Arlington native who lived with his family in West Caldwell the past 15 years, was on an assignment with E-J Electric for Orange & Rockland Utilities when he and co-worker Justin McLoughlin, 28, of Trenton, ...

  3. Morris County Ex-Con Admits Exploding Bomb, Illegally Collecting Weapons

    Morris County Ex-Con Admits Exploding Bomb, Illegally Collecting Weapons

    An ex-con from Morris County admitted in federal court in Newark on Wednesday that he detonated a bomb at a lake, owned explosive devices and illegally collected a cache of guns and ammo.Christopher Faschan, 31, of Landing, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of destructive devices and being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito ...

  4. Feds: Quartet Stole $450,000 In Checks From Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Essex Mailboxes

    Feds: Quartet Stole $450,000 In Checks From Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Essex Mailboxes

    Four men stole $450,000 in checks from mailboxes in Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Essex, and Middlesex counties, said federal authorities who caught three and were seeking the fourth.“Some of the mail collection boxes were broken into with the use of pry bars, usually late at night,” U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito said Wednesday.Although the checks weren’t made payable to them, the defendants ...

  5. What's The Deal? Residents Nationwide Ask Amazon Where 'Surprise' Package Came From

    What's The Deal? Residents Nationwide Ask Amazon Where 'Surprise' Package Came From

    Hundreds of Allendale residents recently joined tens of thousands of fellow Americans nationwide in reporting an item delivered through Amazon that they didn't order – in this instance, an iPhone screen protector.“Tossed it in the trash,” wrote one of the recipients. “Sketchy.”“I got one to my house and to my office. Neither for phones I have,” another added.“Have been getting them too. ...

  6. Ex-Mets Tied To Biggest Drug Bust In Dominican Republic History

    Ex-Mets Tied To Biggest Drug Bust In Dominican Republic History

    Retired former New York Mets players Octavio Dotel and Luis Castillo were among several people arrested or named by authorities Tuesday in one of the biggest international drug-trafficking rings in their native Dominican Republic’s history.Dotel, 45, who at one time also pitched for the Yankees, was arrested and second baseman Castillo, 43, identified as a member of the cocaine and ...

  7. SEEN HIM? Endangered Newark Man Last Spotted Leaving Clifton Clinic More Than Week Ago

    SEEN HIM? Endangered Newark Man Last Spotted Leaving Clifton Clinic More Than Week Ago

    He has a hitch in his step and is missing the tip of his left pinkie. Police from Clifton to Newark are hoping someone sees or knows where to find him.Michael Davis, 57, of Newark went missing after leaving a Clifton health services program nearly a week and a half ago, they said.“We have exhausted all efforts and are relying on the public's assistance in locating Mr. Davis,” Clifton ...

  8. Lineman Electrocuted In Warwick Was North Arlington Native

    Lineman Electrocuted In Warwick Was North Arlington Native

    A 51-year-old North Arlington native was one of two linemen electrocuted Monday while on a job in Warwick, N.Y., authorities confirmed.Derrick Paris, a father of two who lived in West Caldwell, was on an assignment with E-J Electric for Orange & Rockland Utilities when he and co-worker Justin McLoughlin, 28, of Trenton, Ga., were killed.Both Paris and his partner were veterans with ...

  9. Health Scare: 62 Tons Of Chicken Products Recalled

    Health Scare: 62 Tons Of Chicken Products Recalled

    Tip Top Poultry, Inc. is recalling nearly 62 tons of fully cooked poultry products that may be contaminated by listeria, federal authorities said Tuesday.The recall involves chicken products with the “Tip Top,” Perdue,” “Gordon,” “Sysco” and “West Creek” labels, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said.The items were shipped to hotels, ...

  10. Wayne Police Officer Braves Flames, Dog Dies In House Fire

    Wayne Police Officer Braves Flames, Dog Dies In House Fire

    Flames and smoke kept a Wayne police officer from rescuing a dog who died in a house fire, authorities said.Township police, firefighters and First Aid Squad members responded to what began as a garage fire on Sycamore Terrace around 8:20 a.m. Tuesday, Detective Capt. Christian Wittig said.A resident told Corporal Robert Feeney that her dog was inside, Wittig said.Feeney went in trying ...

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