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Tremors across the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area have been reported in the last 36 hours from North Jersey, South Jersey, and Eastern Pennsylvania. The first tremors were reported at around 12:44 pm in the Vineland area of South Jersey. Later that night, more tremors were reported in the Essex County area. Early Tuesday morning, at around 10:20 tremors were reported near East Stroudsburg, PA. At this point, the tremors have been unconfirmed and its not certain whether or not the incidents are related to seismic activity or earthquakes. In those areas, witnesses reported windows vibrating and building shaking slightly. The post Scientists, officials trying to figure out what shook New Jersey on Monday appeared first on Shore News Network.
SWEDESBORO, NJ – The only thing New Jersey wants coal-fired is its pizza. That’s because the last operating coal-fired power plan in the state was demolished this weekend. On Friday, officials gathered at the Logan Generating site in Swedesboro, to witness the implosion of the State’s last operating coal-fired power plant. A wailing all-clear siren was heard in the distance around the coal plant at 10:58 AM. Witnesses watched in awe as Mr. Fiordasilo pressed the symbolic demolition button and the coal plant and tall stack were imploded into a sliding heap symbolic of the importance of the event. Crews from The post New Jersey’s last operating coal-fired electrical power plant imploded appeared first on Shore News Network.
JERSEY CITY, NJ – An argument between two individuals outside a Jersey City homeless shelter Sunday night ended with gunfire, police reported. The shooting occurred around 8:24 pm in the area of 16th and Grove Street outside the St. Lucy’s Shelter operated by Catholic Charities. The two individuals knew each other and were possibly shelter residents. At this point, few details have been released. What we do know is that one man fired at the other after an argument escalated. The bullet did not strike the 52-year-old victim. Police are investigating. The post Fight outside New Jersey homeless shelter ends with gunfire appeared first on Shore News Network.
LAKEWOOD, NJ – Six years ago, Lakewood resident Jeannette Mazur, a resident at the Harrogate Senior Living Community in Lakewood, turned 100. Her birthday was met with great fanfare, and this week, Jeannette turned 106. A former Rutgers University Student who was born in Newark, she spent most of her life in Union County before spending twelve years between Iowa and Illinois. Now, she has lived at Harrogate for the past 19 years. On November 23rd, she celebrated her 106th birthday. She was born in 1916. The post Ocean County woman turns 106 appeared first on Shore News Network.
BRICK TOWNSHIP – A New Jersey school teacher who was a recipient of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s Educator of the Year award in 2017 was arrested and charged with animal cruelty after police found over 100 sick and mistreated animals in a home she shared with another woman. Over 180 dogs and cats were rescued from an illegal puppy mill operating out of a residence on Arrowhead Park Driver in Brick Township on Friday. Two women and their 16-year-old child were all charged. Police said conditions inside the home were so bad that a HAZMAT team was required to The post Brick woman arrested for illegal puppy mill was once named Teacher of the Year by Chris Christie appeared first on Shore News Network.
‘I Will Use Force’: Security Firm Head Hired To Protect Philadelphia Gas Station Gives Warning To Criminals
‘I Will Use Force’: Security Firm Head Hired To Protect Philadelphia Gas Station Gives Warning To Criminals Harold Hutchison on December 6, 2022 The head of a security firm hired to protect a Philadelphia gas station amid a surge in violent crime gave a warning to criminals during a Tuesday evening Fox News appearance, saying he will “use force” and “take action” if necessary. Neil Patel, the owner of a Karco gas station, hired the security firm after an ATM machine was stolen. The guards are heavily armed, carrying AR-15 rifles and shotguns while on duty at the station. “In The post ‘I Will Use Force’: Security Firm Head Hired To Protect Philadelphia Gas Station Gives Warning To Criminals appeared first on Shore News Network.
GLOUCESTER, NJ – A winning ticket worth $50,000 was sold in Saturday’s Powerball drawing. According to the New Jersey Lottery, one New Jersey Lottery ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Saturday, December 3, drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. That ticket was sold at WAWA #480, 196 Crown Point Road, Thorofare in Gloucester County. The winning numbers for the Saturday, December 3, drawing were: 06, 13, 33, 36, and 37. The Red Power Ball number was 07. The Power Play was 4X. There were 21,983 other New Jersey players who took home The post Winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Gloucester County appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK – If you see these individuals in the area of Bryant Park, be warned. The NYPD said multiple pickpocket suspects have been active in the area for the past few weeks. So far, 18 incidents have been reported. “The suspects pickpocket victims of their wallets & phones,” police said. If you have any information, call 800-577-TIPS or anonymously post to crimestoppers.nypdonline.org. The post Police identify Bryant Park thieves who have robbed 18 people so far appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK, NY – Detectives with New York City’s Midtown South Precinct are investigating an assault that took place outside a popular Manhattan Kosher Deli last month. Today, police are once again asking the public to help them identify the suspect in the attack. The assault happened on November 11th at around 5:20 pm. The suspect, identified as a black male with long hair and a beard, attacked a 48-year-old male victim, striking him in the head with a brick. Police are asking anyone who can identify the suspect in the attack to call 800-577-TIPS or anonymously post a tip The post NYPD investigating brick attack outside Manhattan Kosher deli appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK – In what appeared at first to be a random act of violence on the streets of New York City is now suspected by police to have been a targeted attack. A 47-year-old man was approached from behind by a bat-wielding attacker in the area of 1770 Amsterdam Avenue in Hamilton Heights last Tuesday. The suspect was seen on video pulling the bat out of his clothing and striking the victim once. He began to leave the scene but returned to the victim, yelling at him while he lay on the ground. When he returned to the victim, The post NYPD suspects bat attacker targeted victim appeared first on Shore News Network.
FREEHOLD, NJ – Officials have identified the body of a girl who was reported missing in 1972 after her remains were found during a neighborhood cleanup nearly 35 years ago. On Easter Sunday, April 2, 1972, 16-year-old Nancy Carol Fitzgerald sat down for dinner with her family in North Jersey. “Following an intensive long-term investigation involving numerous interviews and extensive DNA analysis, human remains recovered near the Henry Hudson Bike Trail in Atlantic Highlands in 1988 have now been positively identified as belonging to Nancy – although precisely how and why she died still remains unknown,” the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s The post Remains found during community cleanup identified as teen reported missing in 1972 appeared first on Shore News Network.
PHILADELPHIA – A record-setting lottery jackpot winning ticket was sold this weekend in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Lottery’s Fat Wallet game has awarded its largest Fast Play progressive top prize ever worth $2,419,372. A Lottery retailer in Philadelphia sold the winning ticket on Saturday, December 3. A $10,000 bonus will be awarded to Sunoco, 630 Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, for selling the winning ticket. The previous record was set on May 28, 2022, when a lucky player won more than $1.9 million playing Top Dollar, a progressive jackpot game. In Fat Wallet, players can win progressive top prizes starting at $500,000. A Fast Play The post A record-breaking winning lottery ticket was sold this weekend in Philadelphia appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEWARK, NJ – Detectives with the Newark Police Department are investigating a robbery and assault of a woman in the city’s Central ward Tuesday morning. According to police, officers responded to a robbery report in the 600 block of Springfield Avenue at approximately 6:30 a.m. The suspect assaulted a female victim by repeatedly striking her in the face and upper body. The victim was thrown to the ground as a result of the assault. The suspect fled the scene before police responded. After attempting to take her personal items, the suspect fled northbound toward 19th Avenue. The suspect is approximately The post Woman beaten and robbed Tuesday morning in Newark appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK, NY – A vehicle break-in in Upper Manhattan ended in a shootout with police near Yankee Stadium and the Major Deegan Expressway, the New York City Police Department announced early this morning. NYPD Patrol Division Chief John Chell said the event happened shortly before midnight when police responded to a call regarding a vehicle being broken into. “As units responded to that break-in, they engaged a car that was driving recklessly.” Chief Chell said. “They ran the plates and the car was stolen.” Police chased the vehicle through the 44th Precinct in Upper Manhattan and ended at 161st The post Stolen car suspect shot after shootout with New York City police officers near Yankee Stadium appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK, NY – New York City Police Department detectives are investigating a possible hate crime against a Jewish man and his son outside a Kosher supermarket on Victory Boulevard in Staten Island. Police said the man and his 7-year-old son were both shot at by a male in a black Ford Mustang outside Island Kosher. The two were wearing yarmulkes at the time of the shooting. The father was struck in the upper torso and the child had a graze wound to the head. Neither was seriously injured. No further suspect description was provided. No arrests have been made. The post Jewish father, son shot in bb-gun drive-by outside Staten Island Kosher market appeared first on Shore News Network.
NEW YORK – Two top-prize winning tickets were sold for the December 5 Take 5 evening drawing, according to the New York Lottery. A prize winning ticket worth $18,080 was sold at Wegman’s located at 4960 Transit Road in Depew. In Brooklyn, Willy’s Deli located at 1356 Rockaway Parkway sold a prize winning ticket worth $18,080. To determine if they have the winning numbers for the corresponding midday or evening drawing, TAKE 5 players with midday and evening draws on the same ticket should visit the website nylottery.ny.gov. From a field of one through 39, five numbers are drawn. Drawings The post Two winning tickets sold in Take 5 evening drawing appeared first on Shore News Network.
SECAUCUS, NJ – Detectives from the Secaucus Police Department joined the Internet Crimes Against Children [I.C.A.C.] Task Force – New Jersey, which is headed by the New Jersey State Police. Secaucus Police Detective Division and Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office arrested Douglas Curdgele at his Hagan Place residence on December 2, 2022. Following a month-long investigation led by Secaucus Police Detective Kristen Bronowich, it has been confirmed that Douglas Curdgele, 27, viewed and disseminated a video that depicted children engaging in sexual activity “The Secaucus Police Department will take part in any initiative that will protect children from being victimized,” Chief The post Secaucus man arrested after an investigation into sharing photos of children online appeared first on Shore News Network.
PATERSON, NJ – A shooting outside a Paterson church left one man dead Sunday morning. Police responded to the Greater Bethel Church of Christ on Jelsma Place at around 8 am. When police arrived, they learned the 34-year-old male victim was previously taken to St. Joseph’s University Medical Center. The victim, whose name was not released, was pronounced dead at the hospital. The Paterson Police Department did not release any further information regarding this shooting. No suspects were announced and no arrests were reported. The post Man shot and killed on church steps in Paterson appeared first on Shore News Network.
ALLENTOWN, PA – An investigation is being conducted by the Allentown Police Department into a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian. On November 24th, at 0203 hours, an incident occurred at the intersection of 17th Street and Turner Street. A newer model black Cadillac with tinted windows struck the pedestrian. It is possible that the vehicle has now sustained damage to its front end. At the time of the accident, the pedestrian was crossing 17th Street at Turner Street. After crossing Hamilton Street, the vehicle continued south to an unknown destination. The driver of the vehicle and the occupants of the The post Allentown police searching for a black Cadillac wanted for hit and run appeared first on Shore News Network.
YONKERS, NY – Police in Yonkers arrested multiple suspects wanted for an armed carjacking Sunday afternoon after a car stolen in a New York City carjacking was found in the area of Point Street and Ravine Avenue. At around 3:14 PM, Yonkers police officer approached the vehicle and the three suspects attempted to flee, resulting in a motor vehicle accident. The suspects were then arrested by Yonkers police officers after a brief foot pursuit. During the incident, a Yonkers police officer was struck by the suspect’s vehicle in the process and is receiving medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries. The suspects The post NYC carjackers arrested in Yonkers appeared first on Shore News Network.