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Kearny, NJ, Man Who Defended Dog From Pit Bull Attack Charged, Report Says
KEARNY — Two dog owners are facing charges after a loose pit bull attacked and severely injured a Yorkshire terrier. Police say Joel Perez, 43, was walking his dog on Elm Street in Kearny near the high school around 11:20 p.m. on March 18 when the pit bull pounced, News 12 New Jersey reported. The pit bull forcefully bit the small terrier leaving it bloodied and suffering from liver damage. The terrier required surgery for its wounds.
Pathetic NJ now won’t even let you defend the life of your dog (Opinion)
Will this day go down in history as when New Jersey officially lost its mind?. We've allowed stupid things done to us. We allowed tolls to remain on roads when they were supposed to end. We've allowed longer than necessary lines at gas stations by accepting we can't pump our own when the rest of the nation does. We've allowed them to take away plastic bags and straws (and soon plastic utensils) when real problems like property taxes go unaddressed.
NJ cop ‘in crisis’ was taken to hospital, where he shot himself to death
HACKENSACK — A police officer "in crisis" took his own life early Thursday morning while at a hospital, officials said. Maywood police Sgt. Jason Y. Liaban, 39, suffered a fatal self-inflicted gunshot wound around 2:30 a.m. at Hackensack University Medical Center, according to Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella. "The...
Flo Rida's son falls out window in NJ; mom files lawsuit
JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- The mother of a boy who fell out of the window of an apartment building in New Jersey is suing the management company, saying the equipment they installed in her window didn't keep her son safe.Her attorney says the 6-year-old is the son of famous rapper Flo Rida.Zohar Dillard is recovering in the hospital after falling out of a fifth-story window at a Jersey City apartment complex earlier in March. His mother has filed a lawsuit against the building.Her attorney says the 6-year-old is in stable condition but suffering from serious injuries."Fractured pelvis, shattered pelvis, liver...
Police release body cam video from incident where pit bull attacked a Yorkshire terrier
The incident happened on March 18 along Elm Street in Kearny.
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NYPD orders every member of department to report in uniform following Trump indictment
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This New York Dinner Party Requires You to Eat Naked With Strangers
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Shots Fired At Newark Detectives, Three In Custody: Police
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Pot Grow Operation Busted Near Jersey City School: Police
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‘Joker 2’ Filming at Soho Hospital In New Jersey
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Atlantic City follows other cities in ditching state health plan
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N.J. man sentenced to life for killing ex-girlfriend gets new trial in Supreme Court ruling
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First legal marijuana dispensary opens in Queens
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Hoboken CBD, snack shop charged with illegal cannabis sales
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One person’s trash is another person’s treasure
Soleil Sabalja grew up in Westchester, NY, along the Hudson River, thus she always loved the water. Sabalja now lives in the Lower East Side neighborhood, close to the East River, so she has seen “the huge need to protect our waterways from the trash that ends up on our streets,” she added.
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