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Driver charged with DWI after crashing into tree in Morris County
DENVILLE TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – A 30-year-old Sussex County woman was charged with DWI after she crashed into a tree Saturday night in Denville Township. On March 25, at around 10:47 p.m., police responded to the intersection of Franklin Road and Franklin Avenue for a report of a vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree on a resident’s front lawn, police said.
Girl Assaults Emergency Room Nurse in Denville, say Police
DENVILLE, NJ - An emergency room nurse at St. Clare's Hospital was injured early Monday morning in an assault by a juvenile female, police said. They said the incident took place at about 2:57 a.m. and resulted in the girl being charged with aggravated assault and criminal mischief. Upon arriving at the scene, Denville officers found that the assault not only caused bodily injury to the nurse but also broke the employee's glasses, police said. No further details were revealed. Thank you for reading TAPinto Denville! TAPinto Denville is free to read, funded entirely by business advertising. Make sure you don’t miss any Denville news! Click here to sign-up for our free, daily e-newsletter. Like us on Facebook @DenvilleTAP and follow us on Twitter @DenvilleTAP. Download the TAPinto App for FREE in the Google Play Store and the Apple Store today. Search for “tapinto” or “tapinto.net.” Want to help support local journalism and promote your business to thousands of community-minded readers? Become a TAPinto Denville sponsor! Call (908) 279-0303, x224, or click here. To send press releases, classified ads, items for the event calendar, “Milestones” announcements, etc., look for the “Submit Content” link on the homepage.
Driver Killed In Morris County Crash On Route 280: State Police
A 58-year-old driver died in a Sunday morning crash on Route 280, authorities said. The crash occurred in the westbound lanes near milepost 2.2 in East Hanover around 11:25 a.m., NJSP Sgt. Philip Curry told Daily Voice. A Hyundai passenger vehicle driven by Nathaniel Gardiner ran off the right side...
Hanover Township is Hiring a New Prosecutor
HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - Hanover Township is looking for a new Prosecutor. Details of the job description are listed below: ----------------------------- APPLICATION DEADLINE: Interested applicants can apply by submitting a letter of interest with current resume to Mary Sue D’Amore, Human Resources Manager at MSDAmore@hanovertownship.com on or before Friday, April 14, 2023. JOB SUMMARY: This position prepares and handles criminal prosecutions. The incumbent exercises professional judgment independently and supervises the work of professional and clerical assistants. Work is subject to general administrative and judicial review ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Manages the criminal docket in Municipal court; Prepares cases and represents or assists with representation of the City in legal matters; Reviews and...
Out-Of-State Driver’s Secret Stash Held Two Kilos Of Coke: Bergen Prosecutor
A “sophisticated, electronically-operated” hidden compartment used by an out-of-state driver stopped by Bergen County detectives held two kilos of cocaine, authorities said. Narcotic Task Force investigators stopped the unidentified vehicle at an undisclosed location and found the drugs last Thursday, March 23, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said.
Morris/Sussex 2023 girls track and field team-by-team preview capsules
NJAC-Independence Boonton Coach: Bob Bongo, 39th season Returning athletes: Sr. Ava Derr, Sr. Lani Candelario, Jr. Leila Torres, Jr. Addison Shollenberger, Jr. Abby Zanca, Jr. Katie Cifelli, Jr. Emanuella Aleksovska, Jr. Adalia Edwards, Jr....
Wayne Police Nab Alleged Shoplifter Carrying Heroin and ‘Drug Paraphernalia’
WAYNE, NJ – It was about dinner time on Sunday evening when Wayne Police reported to a reported shoplifter at the Ulta Beauty Store at Wayne Towne Center. The suspect was caught, though he resisted arrest. On his person, Wayne police said they found “heroin and drug paraphernalia. The following is based on a statement release by the Wayne Police Public Information Officer, Detective Captain Dan Daly. A call came from the Ulta Beauty Store in the Wayne Towne Center on Route 23 on Sunday evening around 5:48 pm. A man had just left the store with a “bag filled with stolen...
N.J. man is turning 109. Here’s his simple advice for living a long life.
Vincent Dransfield, who turns 109 years old on Tuesday, still drives his Hyundai every day to run errands and lives in the same Little Falls house he moved into in 1945. The Passaic County native — who is possibly New Jersey’s oldest resident — has simple advice for living an improbably long life.
2023 Morris/Sussex girls lacrosse team-by-team preview capsules
Boonton Coach: Cassidy Buchanan, first season Last season: 4-11 Returning letter-winners: Jr. A Elizabeth Zanca; Jr. G Taylma Szmak; Jr. D Carmella Capanelli, So. M Ashley Suplicki; So. A Sierra Medina. ...
James Ray III's Montclair murder trial begins in Newark this week
Nearly five years after James Ray fled his Upper Montclair house en route to Cuba, with his girlfriend and the mother of his daughter dead in the living room, his murder trial will begin in Newark. On Wednesday, Judge Verna Leath will hear opening arguments from assistant prosecutors Michelle Miller...
Benefit shortfalls can cost seniors their homes, and NJ shelters can't meet medical needs
Feeling stunned and overwhelmed, Raymond Decker grabbed his green-eyed tabby cat Tabitha as a court officer marched into his Montville home and swiftly loaded a U-Haul with Decker’s belongings and furniture. Decker’s monthly Social Security check of $906 had not been enough to cover his $1,250 rent. He had...
73-year-old woman says home invaders tied her up, taped her mouth
CLIFTON, N.J. -- A terrifying home invasion left a 73-year-old grandmother tied up while two men ransacked her home in Clifton, New Jersey. Ramona Cartagena described in detail what happened inside her home at around noon Sunday.Cartagena was standing at her kitchen island, working on a wreath, when she heard the door open. "I thought it was my husband, that he came back," said Cartagena. It wasn't her husband. Instead, two men wearing black masks stepped inside. "I just froze," said Cartagena. One of the men walked over to her while the other stayed by the door. "The only thing he say, 'Don't move.' He said...
Robbery Fugitive Chased Down By Wayne Police After Ulta Theft
A fugitive wanted for robbery and other crimes was chased down by Wayne police after snatching a bag full of fragrances from an Ulta store, among items from various businesses, authorities said. Daniel Jimenez, 34, of Paterson was crossing what’s known as North Leg near the Wayne Towne Center with...
Kenilworth Recap: Annual Carnival, Town Ranking, Baseball Preview & More
KENILWORTH, NJ - Did you miss this past week's top stories? Catch up on what you missed in the links below. The Top ten are posted by the page views of the week. 1. Kenilworth Annual Carnival Explained: A Conversation with Father Giovanni 2. Where Kenilworth Stands on Niche’s 2023 ‘Best Places to Live’ Rankings 3. Brearley Baseball 2023 Season Preview 4. Union Restaurant Owner Convicted of Sexual Offenses Against Minor 5. Kenilworth Recap: Massimo's, Gun Arrest, Summer Carnival Announcement & More 6. Kenilworth 2023 Classic Car Show 7. Kenilworth Rec to Host Annual Easter Egg Hunt 8. Police Arrest Owner of NJ Bridal Shop for Theft After Customer Complaints 9. Woman Allegedly Stole $2,973 of Ulta Beauty Items 10. Kenilworth Police Safe Place Initiative Roll-Out Have a news tip, feedback or story idea? Email email@example.com. Don’t miss any TAPinto Kenilworth news. Go to tapinto.net/enews to sign up for our free e-newsletter, delivered each morning to your inbox. Interested in marketing your business on TAPinto Kenilworth? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Man charged in connection with fatal overdose in Morris County
PEQUANNOCK TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – A former Bergen County man has been charged in connection with the fatal overdose death of a woman who died on Nov. 15, 2021, according to Morris County Prosecutor Robert Carroll. On Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, police responded to a 911 call regarding...
Women Fill Leading Roles at Chatham Emergency Squad
Two female leaders – President Evan Skinner and Captain Nicole DiMaggio – follow in the footsteps of the Chatham Emergency Squads’ (CES) women pioneers as they simultaneously took the reins of the top two squad positions in January. “I’m proud to serve next to Nicole in the top jobs as a symbol of how completely women are integrated into the squad, from leadership to cadets,” Skinner said. However, she pointed out that the “gender doesn’t play a role in nominations or elections; the ability and willingness to serve is paramount.”
'Proud and historic': Two hijab-wearing women sworn in as judges in NJ
Nadia Kahf, a hijab-wearing attorney from Wayne, drew a standing-room crowd at the Passaic County Courthouse last Tuesday, as she was sworn in as Superior Court judge in the state, in an event that sparked international headlines describing her as trailblazer. That barrier was broken again the very next day...
Morristown Police Welcomes New Officer Morgan Pfeil to Their Ranks
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Officer Morgan Pfeil has joined the Morristown Bureau of Police, announced Chief of Police Darnell Richardson and Director of Public Safety Michael Corcoran. "This dedicated individual has completed rigorous training and is ready to serve and protect our citizens with honor and integrity", said department officials. The Morristown Police Department has employed Officer Pfeil for the last three months. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from William Paterson University. Her hobbies include skiing, working out, and spending time with family and friends The community is being asked to welcome Officer Pfeil. "Together, we can make our community safer and better for everyone", said officials. Sign up to get all the news as it happens at www.TAPinto.net/enews and follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MorristownTAP/ and on Twitter at @MorristownTAP and on Instagram at @tapintomorristown Download the TAPinto App! Click here for Android. Click here for iOS
Wife Launches GoFundMe Following Death of Popular JCPD Police Officer
JERSEY CITY, NJ - The widow of Jersey City Police Officer Noel Santiago, Jr. has launched a GoFundMe page to carry out his wishes that “his family was taken care of.” Santiago, Jr. lost his battle with cancer on March 2 at just 43 years old. In addition to his wife, Stephanie, Santiago leaves behind three sons, 4,2, and 1, as well as “so many family, friends, and brothers and sisters in blue.” “To know Noel was to love him,” Stephanie says on the GoFundMe. “He built friendships with almost everyone who he came in contact with because of his kind spirit, generous...
NJ takes over Paterson police after crisis worker's shooting
New Jersey’s attorney general said Monday that his office has taken control of the police department in the state’s third-largest city, Paterson, less than a month after officers there fatally shot a well-known crisis intervention worker during a tense standoff. Attorney General Matt Platkin said at a news conference that his office had assumed control of all police functions without delay, including the division that investigates internal police matters. His announcement didn’t mention the shooting of 31-year-old Najee Seabrooks directly, but it reflected activists’ concerns about how the department was being run. “There is a crisis of confidence in law enforcement in this city,” he said to brief cheers and calls of “Thank you” from the audience. “Something has to change, and it will change starting now. Earlier this morning, I exercised my authority as attorney general and superseded the Paterson Police Department.” Platkin said the takeover amounted to a “pledge” to residents and officers that the state is committed to safety in the city.
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