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Police: 3 dead, 1 critically injured due to drug overdoses in New Rochelle
New Rochelle police say three people are dead and one is critically injured after a group of people overdosed on drugs on Saturday. Police say they got a call Saturday afternoon from a man who said he thought he was possibly overdosing and was with three others who were unresponsive.
N.J. town wrongfully removed volunteer fire chief, lawsuit says
A former volunteer fire chief in Bergen County has sued political leaders in Ho-Ho-Kus, claiming he was unlawfully removed by borough officials in retaliation for his handling of an internal investigation into a firefighter’s DUI arrest in 2021. Scott McDermott alleges he was targeted for disciplinary action after he...
NJ mom dies from inadvertent fentanyl overdose in mall parking lot
A New Jersey mother has died after she and four others inadvertently overdosed on cocaine laced with fentanyl in the parking lot of the shopping mall where they worked — as cops announced that two people have been arrested in the frightening ordeal. Michelle Kerry Edoo, 29, of Bergenfield, NJ, died last Saturday, according to an online fundraiser created by Edoo’s family. Edoo’s death came three days after she and four other female mall workers were found on March 15 in the lower level of the parking garage at the Shops at Riverside mall in Hackensack. The four other mall workers, who have...
Police recover one hundred guns stolen from freight train found in New Jersey warehouse
JERSEY CITY, NJ – Police in New Jersey have located a stolen shipment of 100 guns and 200 large capacity magazines inside a Bergen County warehouse this week. The guns were stolen from freight train in transit from a Vermont firearms importer to a Louisiana weapons wholesaler. Police say they recovered most of the cargo and a New Jersey woman has been arrested for the robbery. Claudine Kammo, 43, of Union City was charged with second-degree unlawful possession of the firearms, third-degree receiving stolen property fourth-degree violation of gun permitting regulations, and fourth-degree unlawful possession of LCMs. “The recovery of The post Police recover one hundred guns stolen from freight train found in New Jersey warehouse appeared first on Shore News Network.
NJ woman had 100 stolen new handguns in storage unit, state says
NORTH BERGEN — A Union City woman is charged after police recovered 100 brand-new handguns stolen from a freight train headed to Louisiana. Authorities said that 97 of the guns were found on March 17 in a storage facility on Tonnelle Avenue in North Bergen. Each of the firearms was packed with two magazines with capacities greater than 10 rounds, which are considered large capacity magazines and illegal in New Jersey.
2 charged after 5 women overdosed outside New Jersey mall
HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Two people are facing charges after five women overdosed at a New Jersey mall garage. One of them died days later.Police are desperately warning the public about the dangers of fentanyl."These deaths are due to the fentanyl that is pouring into our communities, killing our friends and killing our family members," Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said.Police in Bergen County gathered to sound the alarms Friday. They say fentanyl is so cheap and readily available, it is found in every type of drug on the market, from Adderall to cocaine and heroin."This is not Russian roulette. If you...
Woman stabs neighbor to death over loud music, charged with murder: NYPD
THE BRONX (PIX11) — A Bronx woman is facing murder charges after allegedly stabbing her neighbor to death following a dispute over loud music Friday night, police said. Officers discovered 27-year-old Tyquan Pleasant unconscious on the floor outside a 2nd-floor apartment inside 808 Elsmere Place around 1:44 a.m., according to the NYPD. Pleasant had a […]
9th annual Women Who Dare to be Different Awards Dinner held in White Plains
The 9th annual awards dinner at the Theodore D. Young Community Center in White Plains also coincided with Women's History Month celebrations.
3 Found Dead At Apartment Building In New Rochelle
An investigation is underway after three people were found dead at an apartment building in Westchester County. At about 2:45 p.m. Saturday, March 25, New Rochelle Police received a call from a male stating he was possibly overdosing and that he was with three others who were also overdosing and were "now unresponsive."
Tappan Zee's magical run ends without regret at Federation basketball tournament
GUILDERLAND CENTER – George Gaine provided Sean Berrigan and Jack Maloney a proper salute in the final minute of play, subbing for the accomplished seniors and greeting each on the sideline with a heartfelt embrace. “No tears,” the longtime Tappan Zee coach urged. "All smiles." The finality of...
Monkey Business: Truck Carrying Bananas Slams Into Overpass On Parkway In New Rochelle
A truckload of bananas had to be offloaded from a tractor-trailer after it struck an overpass on a busy parkway in Westchester. The crash happened on Thursday, March 23 at 7:40 p.m., when a tractor-trailer traveling north on the Hutchinson River Parkway in New Rochelle hit the Wilmot Road Bridge, according to Westchester County Police Spokesman Kieran O'Leary.
Fire breaks out at Suffern synagogue during Sabbath service
Congregants tell News 12 they were in the middle of their morning prayers at Congregation Bais Torah when they smelled smoke and called 911.
Hundreds pay respects to slain Mount Vernon teen
Zyaire Fernandez was shot in the courtyard of Mount Vernon's Levister Towers apartment buildings.
Heather Mailander Honored by Municipal Clerks' Association of New Jersey
RIDGEWOOD, NJ – Village Clerk Heather Mailander was not behind the dais at Wednesday's council meeting, as she was being honored as the 2022-23 Municipal Clerk of the Year by the Municipal Clerks' Association of New Jersey at their annual meeting in Atlantic City. Mailander has served the Village of Ridgewood in a variety of capacities over three decades and was selected as clerk of the year out of over 500 municipalities in the state. The council took time to give a formal congratulations to Mailander Wednesday, putting it into the official record. Mayor Paul Vagianos praised her and said that there could not have been a more deserving person to win this award. “She is the glue that holds this place together,” Vagianos said after the meeting. “And we are so fortunate to have her and that she was picked out of over 500 other municipal clerks, her peers who recognize the work that she has done. I have seen mayors and council people and managers come and go, but Heather has stayed here.” Read More Ridgewood Government News: Against Budget Deadline, Ridgewood Council Weighs Furlough of Village Workers Ridgewood Access Committee Discusses Community Awareness Rafael Marte Sworn in as Bergen County Commissioner
Mall overdose death under investigation in N.J. county
Authorities are launching an investigation into the death of a woman who overdosed on suspected fentanyl in a Bergen County, N.J., mall last week and sounding the alarm on what they describe as a fentanyl crisis. Two people have been arrested and charged with narcotic-related offenses thus far as part...
Pelham Parkway residents rally against DOT plan to start charging for free parking lot
The DOT says the fee would be $290 per quarter, which would come to over $1,000 a year.
The end is near? These 2 malls in NJ have the best hiding places
Ever considered what you would do during a zombie apocalypse? Hide in your house or try to find the nearest place for shelter?. Well lucky for us here in NJ, two malls in our state were in the top 10 of places to hide if this situation were to arise.
No Sunday Brunch in NJ
S a born and bred Jersey boy, a splashy watering hole for Happy Hour and an equally delightful epicurean spot to munch on Brunch have become weekly staples for me. I was shocked last week when I saw that New Jersey ranked as one of the worst places in the country to have Brunch–with the city of Paterson at the bottom of the list. Whoa?!? What?!?
Garage Fire Doused In Palisades Park
A full-sized scooter that had been left charging ignited a garage fire in Palisades Park on Friday, authorities confirmed.Its lithium battery was found on a nearby roof after the blaze broke out on Commercial Avenue off Union Street shortly after 3:30 p.m. March 24, responders said.The fire was kno…
This NYC ‘Wall of Shame’ puts supermarket shoplifters in crosshairs
A Bronx supermarket is posting photos of thieving meatheads — and their stolen delicacy of choice — on a wall of shame alongside its butcher counter. The rogue’s gallery in Chang Li Supermarket on Benedict Avenue in Parkchester includes: “The Sausage Stealer,” “Frying Pan Thief” as well as one person who was “Banned for Stealing Turkey Neck.” “When they see their pictures, they never come back again,” said store manager Matt Jiang, 37. “Seafood is a big thing. It’s expensive. They come and take a lot of the expensive stuff, which adds up, a couple hundred dollars,” said Jiang. City shopkeepers know the...
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