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Suspected Serial Killer Caught After Rite Aid Cashier Sneaks GPS Tracker Into His Bag

An alleged serial killer’s crime spree has been thwarted after a clever Rite Aid cashier threw a GPS tracker into his bag during a robbery. Keith Gibson, 39, was arrested on Tuesday a block away from a New Castle, Delaware Rite Aid following a robbery at the location, according to KYW-TV. During that robbery, the quick-thinking cashier snuck a GPS tracker into the bag of cash Gibson demanded.
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New Jersey school district removes all holiday names from calendar to avoid 'hurt feelings'

A New Jersey school district opted to strip its calendar of all holidays Thursday after an outcry from dozens of angry parents over a move to change the name of Columbus Day. The Randolph County Schools board voted unanimously to call Thanksgiving, Christmas, Yom Kippur, and every other holiday "day off" when about 100 people attended the meeting, many of whom sought to protest a proposal to change Columbus Day to Indigenous People's Day.
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Woman drove drunk with seven unbelted children in vehicle, police say

A woman driving seven children was arrested last weekend in Lakehurst after police determined she was driving drunk, authorities said. The incident happened on June 5 at 11:16 p.m. when Lakehurst Police Officer Gavin Cecchini saw the woman driving erratically in the borough, according to a statement from Lakehurst Police Chief Matthew Kline.
Mahwah, NJPosted by
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Who’s still wearing a mask in NJ?

You no longer have to wear a mask outside and masking requirements have been lifted in most indoor locations, but many New Jersey residents, including Gov. Phil Murphy, are still wearing them sometimes. A harrowing death of a child in Union County involved a fall, and then the family's dogs,...
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N.J. Boy, 3, Falls Out Window of Home and Is Mauled to Death by Family Dogs

New Jersey police are investigating the death of a three-year-old New Jersey boy who fell from a window at his home and was then mauled by his family's dogs in the backyard. The Elizabeth Police Department said they were called to the home on the 400 block of South 5th Street around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to a Union County Prosecutor's Office press release.
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This New Jersey Town Has The Best BBQ In The Country And These Restaurants Prove It

We’ve talked over and over about how New Jersey is a mecca for foodies. You can find some of the best restaurants around the state, and almost every cuisine is featured here. Of course, despite having the goods, New Jersey rarely gets the credit. Instead, the state is regularly overshadowed by nearby cities like New […] The post This New Jersey Town Has The Best BBQ In The Country And These Restaurants Prove It appeared first on Only In Your State.
Newtown, PAtheintell.com

U.S. Attorney: Newtown manufacturer, executives distributed anxiety meds not approved by FDA

A Newtown Township-based drug manufacturer and two of its executives are charged with defrauding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, federal authorities announced Friday. The U.S. Attorney's Office said in a news release that generic drug manufacturer KVK-TECH and executives Murty Vepuri, 69, and Ashvin Panchal, 50, both of Newtown, were involved with the distribution of unapproved drugs and misled the FDA by concealing information.
Elizabeth, NJNew York Post

NJ toddler dies after falling from window — and being mauled by family’s dogs

A 3-year-old New Jersey boy died after falling 10 feet from a window at his home — and being mauled by the family’s dogs in the back yard, officials said. The boy was critically injured by the time cops arrived at the Elizabeth home in the 400 block of South Fifth Street around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Union County Prosecutor’s Office. He died an hour later at Trinitas Regional Medical Center, authorities said.
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Shut Down of Large Drug Trafficking Operation in Kensington

HARRISBURG, PA — Attorney General Josh Shapiro on Wednesday announced that the Office of Attorney General (OAG) has shut down another large drug trafficking operation in Kensington, the OAG’s sixth since launching the Kensington Initiative. The months-long investigation, conducted by the Kensington Initiative, resulted in the arrests of eight individuals, including the organization’s ringleader and two high-level dealers. Agents also seized seven firearms, including a ghost gun and a semi-automatic shotgun, more than 8,000 doses of heroin/fentanyl, and $30,000 in cash.
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