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  1. 'Operation Home Alone' Sting: Rockland, Westchester Men Accused Of Trying To Meet Kids For Sex

    'Operation Home Alone' Sting: Rockland, Westchester Men Accused Of Trying To Meet Kids For Sex

    Five men from Rockland and one from Westchester – including a high school teacher and a bank manager – were among 16 defendants busted in New Jersey after they’d arranged meetings for sex with what they thought were underage boys and girls, authorities announced Wednesday.New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal identified the six as:Kevin Roth, 26, Nanuet, who teaches at the High ...

  2. Feds Charge Tri-State Area Tour Company Founder With Trafficking Child Porn

    Feds Charge Tri-State Area Tour Company Founder With Trafficking Child Porn

    The North Jersey founder of a nature tour company operating from the Jersey Shore north to Poughkeepsie and southern Connecticut was arrested by federal Homeland Security agents on charges of trafficking child porn.Vaughn Tiedeman, 46, of Living Adventure Tours, was ordered held without bail by a federal judge in Newark Monday afternoon on a charge of distributing child ...

  3. AT&T, Verizon Outages Reported Nationwide

    AT&T, Verizon Outages Reported Nationwide

    Bergen, Passaic, Hudson and Westchester were among those area counties most affected by nationwide outages reported overnight and into Thursday morning by AT&T and Verizon, according to monitoring reports.The problems reportedly began for Verizon around 1 a.m., most involving mobile phones, DownDetector.com reported.They peaked around 8 a.m. before beginning to drop but still were ...

  4. Worth Losing Sleep Over: Spring Forward This Weekend

    Worth Losing Sleep Over: Spring Forward This Weekend

    We'll be springing forward this weekend (QUICK: Which two U.S. states don't follow Daylight Saving Time?).Unless you still have a flip, your cellphone will take care of the change from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. this Sunday.The same for most digital devices.We'll have to take care of traditional clocks and those in older-model vehicles, stoves, microwaves, etc.So long, seasonal affective ...

  5. Federal Judge Sends Yonkers Ex-Con Caught With Gun Back To Prison For 6+ Years

    Federal Judge Sends Yonkers Ex-Con Caught With Gun Back To Prison For 6+ Years

    A federal judge in New Jersey sent a Yonkers ex-con back to prison for more than six years Tuesday after she convicted him of carrying a gun in Passaic.Because there's no parole in the federal prison system, 29-year-old Francisco Vallejo must serve the entire six years and four months for being a (three-time) convicted felon in possession of a firearm.U.S. District Judge Susan D. ...

  6. Police: Peekskill Athlete In Trio Who Cashed Victim's $2,000 Check With Bogus Driver's License

    Police: Peekskill Athlete In Trio Who Cashed Victim's $2,000 Check With Bogus Driver's License

    A Peekskill athlete was among a trio of accused ID thieves thwarted -- this time by bank employees and police in New Jersey -- after they tried cashing a bogus check for $2,000 using a driver’s license they’d created from an innocent victim’s personal information, authorities said.One of the thieves presented the license, which had the same name as the payee on the check, issued by ...

  7. Wells Fargo To Pay States $575M To Resolve Customer Ripoff Claims: NJ, NY, CT Get $34M

    Wells Fargo To Pay States $575M To Resolve Customer Ripoff Claims: NJ, NY, CT Get $34M

    Wells Fargo Bank has agreed to pay $575 million – including more than $34 million combined to New Jersey, New York and Connecticut – to settle charges that it engaged in a variety of sales, lending, and other improper business practices for more than a decade.The bank also has agreed to pay more than $385 million to 850,000 auto finance customers who were wrongly charged premiums, ...

  8. Mount Vernon Firefighter Entered New Rochelle Woman's Home, Impersonated Officer, Police Say

    Mount Vernon Firefighter Entered New Rochelle Woman's Home, Impersonated Officer, Police Say

    A Mount Vernon firefighter was charged with entering a New Rochelle woman's home by impersonating a police officer, ABC7 reported Monday.Michael Figueroa, 26, told the woman he was a detective when he entered her Clinton Avenue home around midnight Sunday, authorities said.He had handcuffs, a holster and a block rod on his hip, the ABC7 report says."The fire department of Mount Vernon ...

  9. Yonkers Man Caught Fishing Checks, More From Mailbox, Police Say

    Yonkers Man Caught Fishing Checks, More From Mailbox, Police Say

    A Yonkers man had an accomplice stand lookout as he fished mail from postal boxes overnight, said police who are becoming more aggressive about the skyrocketing number of mailbox thefts plaguing the Northeast.Bayonne police said they were watching on a public security camera as Ivan A. Rodriguez, 18, removed envelopes from a box just after 3:30 a.m. Sunday. They also spotted a lookout ...

  10. Scam Alert: Don't Fall For This Facebook 'Friend Request From You' Message

    Scam Alert: Don't Fall For This Facebook 'Friend Request From You' Message

    You can stop forwarding that latest warning from your Facebook friends about your account being cloned. You weren’t. It’s bogus. And you're just making it worse.It starts out: “Hi….I actually got another friend request from you yesterday…which I ignored so you may want to check your account…”Then it tells you to “hold your finger on the message until the forward button appears…then hit ...

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