The N.J. Supreme Court reinforced a state law on tinted car windows in ruling a 2018 police stop in Trenton unconstitutional. The post Court ruling on tinted windows a win in fight against unjustified police car stops appeared first on New Jersey Monitor.
Emergency crews are attempting to recover a body from the Delaware River in Trenton, developing reports say. The local fire department was called to assist with the recovery effort near Lambert Street shortly before 1:40 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, according to initial and unconfirmed reports. The body was seen...
TRENTON — A Black analyst working for Mercer County says he faced retaliation, racial discrimination, and at times a hazardous working environment after his boss had "accidents," according to a lawsuit. The Trentonian first reported that the civil complaint filed earlier this month claimed that the employee had to...
A 2018 traffic stop for a tinted rear window, which led Trenton detectives to file gun charges against the driver, was unconstitutional, New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. State motor vehicle law is clear that tinting, or “non-transparent material,” is not allowed on the front windshield and front-side windows...
Phillies fans demand Cole Hamels’ number be retired after team announces newcomer Óscar Mercado will wear it. On Monday, the Philadelphia Phillies announced that they claimed outfielder Óscar Mercado off waivers from the Cleveland Guardians, a move to bolster their lack of outfield depth. Fans were optimistic...
A building owner has been charged with allegedly setting a fire that led to the death of a Philadelphia firefighter.
Buckle up, Sixers fans. The iconic Allen Iverson uniforms could be making a comeback. According to the Philly Inquirer, the Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly considering bringing back the black Allen Iverson uniforms in the near future. In the words of LeBron James, "It's about damn time." The Philadelphia 76ers should...
A Philadelphia man is accused of lying to a federal agent in connection with a blaze that killed a firefighter on June 18. The suspect, identified as Al-Ashraf Khalil in a criminal complaint obtained by The Daily Beast, owns the building in which the fire started, and was seen nearby acting suspiciously in the moments immediately before the structure went up in flames, according to the complaint. He later told ATF agents that he was at home during the blaze. However, the feds say, Khalil was caught in surveillance video on the scene. Khalil, who has not been charged with the alleged arson itself, does not yet have a lawyer listed in court records and was unable to be reached for comment. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is set to hold a news conference about the case at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police say a missing 1-year-old has been located. Police say Amira Johnson is in good health and a man is in custody. PHILADELPHIA COUNTY: Missing Endangered Person Advisory. The Philadelphia PD is searching for Amira Jarmon. Call 911 if seen. pic.twitter.com/HC9JcQm2sP — PA State Police (@PAStatePolice) June 30, 2022 A search began on Wednesday after Amira was last seen with 32-year-old Hakeem Jarmon in the area of East Sharpnack Street around 6 p.m. No further information is available at this time.
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A 29-year-old Trenton man with a prosthetic leg who rescued a driver as his car plunged into the Newark Bay received a national reward for his heroic efforts. Anthony Stephen Capuano, an aquatic program administrator, received a Carnegie Medal — considered North America’s highest civilian honor for heroism — following his brave rescue, the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission announced in a release on Tuesday, June 28.
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WTAJ) — A Pennsylvania House resolution that is being brought fourth by the House Judiciary Committee is seeking to create a select committee on restoring law and order in Philadelphia. State House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) says he supports House Resolution 216 that would form the investigative committee that would reportedly recommend […]
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