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Virginia man charged with Sayreville councilwoman's slaying not due in NJ for weeks
The Virginia man charged with the murder of Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour is not expected to be returned to New Jersey for several weeks. The extradition hearing for Rashid Ali Bynum, 29, of Portsmouth, Virginia, is scheduled for June 29. Court records do not indicate which judge will be handling...
Linden Couple Made, Sold Heroin, Cocaine: Police
Cornelius and Relona Crews, both 46, were arrested following a three-month investigation after police said they executed a search warrant at their home on the 900 block of Walnut Street. The Crews' are charged with first-degree operating a controlled dangerous substance production facility, along with additional charges related to the...
Electronic footsteps led to arrest of alleged killer of a Sayreville councilwoman, investigators say
For four months, prosecutors said nothing about their search for the killer of Eunice Dwumfour. No updates. Nothing about a suspect. And no indication they were anywhere near solving a crime that had shocked a community.
Are NJ residents being 'denied justice' because of judge shortage?
The presidents of the bar associations in Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren counties are asking Gov. Phil Murphy to nominate more Superior Court judges to avoid residents "being denied justice." In the three counties that make up Vicinage 13, all divorce and civil trials in Superior Court have been suspended because of a lack of judges. ...
Holmdel Police Arrest Woman in Beau Ridge Development, seen on various homeowner security cameras attempting to enter dozens of vehicles.
HOLMDEL, NJ: Tuesday morning, many homeowners in the Beau Ridge development in Holmdel, began their morning viewing their security camera footage, only to find that in the early morning hours, a woman was on foot, dodging quickly in and out of the neighborhood's cul-de-sacs. She was trying, somewhat desperately, to open car doors along the way, and entering those she found unlocked. The earliest recording of the woman was time-stamped on various homeowner security camera's at around 5:30 a.m. Neighbors began gathering outside to share information at around 8:00 a.m. The Holmdel Police responded at around 8:30 a.m. when a homeowner called the department. According to many homeowners, the woman...
Inmate At Monmouth County Correctional Institution Admits To Providing Drugs That Caused Fatal Overdose
June 6, 2023 FREEHOLD – An inmate at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution (MCCI) has admitted to providing a fellow…
Oh baby! Watch NJ state troopers help deliver baby on the side of I-287
BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP, NJ (Somerset County) – Three state troopers helped a woman safely give birth on the side of the highway, and the delivery is caught on body-worn camera. On Sunday, May 21, Troopers Michael Morreale, Ryan Van Arsdale and Anthony Makhnin responded to a medical assist for a...
See all homes sold in the Woodbridge area, May 29 to June 5
The following is a listing of all home transfers in the Woodbridge area reported from May 29 to June 5. There were 17 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 1,586-square-foot home on Cypress Drive in Colonia that sold for $500,000.
Man admits he provided drugs that caused OD death at N.J. jail
A man being held at the Monmouth County jail admitted he smuggled fentanyl-laced heroin into the facility and provided it to another man who overdosed and later died. Alvino Hinton, 48, of Long Branch, pleaded guilty to strict liability for drug induced death last week and faces 10 years in state prison when he is sentenced on Aug. 11, the Monmouth Count Prosecutor’s Office said.
Caught on camera: 2 men steal Sea-Doo watercrafts from Middletown driveway
A Monmouth County homeowner says he was shocked to discover that two Sea-Doos that were in his driveway were stolen in the middle of the night. The theft happened around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday at Patrick Cambria’s Brainard Avenue home in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown while the family was asleep inside.
New Brunswick Man, 28, Shot Dead
Markel Williams was shot multiple times on Sunday, June 4 at 10:54 p.m., according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone. New Brunswick police responded to Throop Avenue and Delavan Street after a report of a shooting. The victim was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital where he was later...
Staten Island man recalls moment he caught alleged burglar on doorbell cam, raced home to confront
A Staten Island homeowner raced home and brawled with a man who he caught on a doorbell camera while creeping around his home — leading to the suspected burglar’s arrest. Christian Schlagler said he was on the way to Brooklyn to play pickleball when his motion alert went off and he saw live footage of a man in front of his house through a doorbell camera Saturday morning. He quickly turned his car around and headed toward his home. “It just felt like an invasion of privacy,” Schlagler, 26, told The Post about seeing the suspect lurking around his home. As he...
Welcome Baby Jack – NJ Troopers deliver baby on Rt. 287
An expectant mom was on her way to the hospital to give birth, but the baby didn't want to wait. New Jersey State police were called to the scene on Route 287 in Bridgewater, Somerset County, on the evening of May 21. They found a white SUV pulled to the...
7 On Your Side: Thieves putting new twist on old deception to empty bank accounts
7 On Your Side has a consumer warning about a bank scam on the rise.
Man, 28, killed in N.J. shooting was targeted, officials say
Authorities are looking for the person responsible for shooting and killing a 28-year-old man in New Brunswick Sunday night, officials said. Markel Williams was shot multiple times shortly before 11 p.m. in the area of Throop Avenue and Delavan Street, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office said Monday. Williams, of...
East Brunswick: Crystal Springs Shows Some Pride
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - It's official! We're only 2 weeks away from Pride at the Pool! Who knew that the end of the rainbow was located at Crystal Springs here in East Brunswick? The East Brunswick Department of Recreation and parks invites you to this new evening event on Tuesday, June 20th from 4-7pm at Crystal Springs Family Waterpark for a family-friendly swim in honor of Pride Month. There will be a variety of organizations, activities, door prizes for attendees, and of course, swimming. Team Green at the Rec Department says they hope to see you there. Tickets will go on sale on Sunday, June 18 around 5pm on our website by clicking here. "Commemorated each year in the month of June, LGBTQ+ Pride Month honors the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City. In June 1969, patrons and supporters of the Stonewall Inn staged an uprising to resist the harassment and persecution to which LGBTQ+ Americans were commonly subjected. This uprising marked the beginning of a movement to outlaw discriminatory laws and practices against LGBTQ+ Americans. Today, LGBTQ+ Pride Month celebrations include pride parades, picnics, parties, workshops, symposia and concerts, attracting millions of participants around the world." (Anti-Defamation League)
Albany Street Plaza Evacuated Because of 'Mechanical Vibration'
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A malfunctioning HVAC unit that caused a vibration in the walls and ceiling forced Albany Street Plaza at 120 Albany St. to be evacuated Tuesday, June 6. The eight-floor building, which is home to a wide range of tenants from the Rutgers School of Nursing to a Gloria Jean’s Coffees shop to a Wells Fargo Bank branch location to Roosterspin restaurant and bar, was evacuated at about 1:02 p.m., according to a statement from the New Brunswick Police Department. The city’s police and fire departments investigated after a report of an “unusual vibration” within the downtown building, police said. Sam Boraie,...
Cranford man accused of putting dead cat inside NJ family mailbox
Police say 28-year-old Steven Elias is the man seen in the surveillance video.
NCAA track & field championships: Will Rutgers' 40-year drought end? Elliott Quow hopes so
The way it’s been told to Elliott Quow, he rounded the turn of the 200-meter final at the 1983 NCAA Track & Field Championships in last place. “I always had a bad start,” Quow said Tuesday from his home in Willingboro. But his finish was glorious. The Rutgers University junior picked off the entire...
You vote and a NJ poll worker does this: Would you be OK with it?
I can't speak for all polling locations and districts since I don't know how different the process is from one location to the next. What I can say about my district is that over the past couple of election cycles, they've really upgraded the entire process. And it's been quite...
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