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HAZLET: POLICE NEED YOUR HELP IDENTIFYING THIS PERSON

HAZLET POLICE NEED YOUR HELP IDENTIFYING THIS PERSON. We are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying the below pictured subject:. On Thursday September 22, 2022, the pictured subject was involved in a hit and run motor vehicle accident which left the passenger of the other vehicle injured. She is believed to be operating a white BMW series x5 with a NJ temporary license plate. Anyone who can identify or has information regarding the pictured subject is urged to contact Patrolman Patrick Kiley 732-264-6565.
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Brutal Attack on Woman at JFK Train Station in Queens Caught on Camera

A brutal attack on a woman at a Queens train station used by many to get to one of NYC's airports was caught on camera. The victim said that a homeless man came up to her out of nowhere while she was on her way to work at the airport on Sept. 20. Elizabeth Gomes was at the Howard Beach/JFK Airport train and subway station and said the man first tried talking to her, then followed her for a while — before slamming her into the wall and throwing her to the ground before he started mercilessly punching and kicking her.
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Rikers detainee dies shortly after being granted compassionate release

Only weeks before it will attempt to prove to a federal judge that it has gained control of Rikers Island, the city’s Department of Correction passed a grim milestone. Robert Pondexter, a 59-year-old who was held in Rikers Island’s George R. Vierno Center, died on Friday, Sept. 23, becoming the 16th person to die while in or shortly after being granted compassionate release from DOC custody this year.
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NJ Chipotle manager fired for calling out lax food safety standards: suit

A manager at a New Jersey Chipotle says she was fired for speaking up about the company’s “laissez faire” attitude toward food safety — including managers regularly fudging records about critical health checks, according to a lawsuit. Quincidy Boston, 20, a former service manager, claims she was forced out of the company on May 23 after calling out lax safety standards she witnessed at the chain’s Springfield, NJ, location, says her Union County Superior Court suit from earlier this month. Boston claims she witnessed managers regularly forge records indicating they had conducted food temperature checks and other legally required safety inspections,...

TSA, Port Authority police team up to bust Newark ring thief

NEWARK, New Jersey (PIX11) — A thief swiped a traveler’s wedding ring at a Newark Liberty International Airport security checkpoint, but was foiled by the TSA and Port Authority police before he could fly off, officials said Tuesday. While the victim was passing through a security checkpoint on Sunday, they realized that the band they’d […]
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Authorities investigate shooting in West Orange, N.J.

WEST ORANGE, N.J. - Police are investigating a shooting in West Orange Tuesday afternoon. As CBS2's Nick Caloway reports, investigators from West Orange Police and the Essex County Prosecutor's office are processing the scene and looking for evidence. Details have not yet been released, but the incident happened at the corner of Chestnut Street and Watson Avenue, just outside of a laundromat. Neighbors Caloway talked to say they heard two gunshots. A member of the township council also happened to be in the area. He told Caloway one person was killed here today. "I don't know what the circumstances were. I know the entire neighborhood was up in arms about it, made multiple calls. It's certainly unusual for West Orange in general. But it's still tragic," said West Orange Township Council Member Bill Rutherford. CBS2 has reached out to the local police and the prosecutor's office for more information. Nick Caloway contributed to this report. 
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Tracking Hurricane Ian for NY impacts

NEW YORK - Hurricane Ian is strengthening as it gets closer to slamming into Florida. It could start to impact the New York City region as early as Saturday, Oct. 1. It's still too early for a detailed forecast but the remnants of the storm could start moving into New Jersey late on Saturday night.
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Teenager arrested for shooting that left man dead in Newark, NJ

NEWARK — A 16-year-old has been arrested and charged in connection with the recent fatal shooting of an Irvington man, according to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office. Kyle Eley, 50, was found suffering from gunshot wounds on the corner of South Orange Avenue and Munn Avenue in Newark on September 14. He was transported to University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
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NYPD: Several shootings within a few hours

NEW YORK - The NYPD is investigating several shootings that rattled neighborhoods in four boroughs on Tuesday. At least eight people were shot. Most victims in the shootings were bystanders, police said. Harlem Shooting. Two people were shot just after 3:20 p.m. in Manhattan, New York City police said. Two...
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Lane of Route 5 Closed in Springfield Township Due to Weather Damage

The eastbound lane of Route 5 is closed near the intersection with Route 215 in Springfield Township, Erie County, due to damage from heavy rains and flash flooding Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). A detour using Route 215 northbound to Route 20 eastbound to Route 18...
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33 arrested by Hudson County Sheriff’s Office during ‘Operation Fall Sweep’ for warrants

33 people were arrested by the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office during their “Operation Fall Sweep” for warrants, Sheriff Frank Schillari announced. “Taking these alleged criminals off of our streets ensures the safety of all of Hudson County’s residents and visitors, improving the quality of life in our communities,” Schillari said in a statement.
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