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Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Investigates Fentanyl Overdose
Hackensack, NJ - Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella announced an investigation into the death of a woman in Hackensack, NJ, from a suspected fentanyl-related drug overdose. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office is being carried out the investigation, led by Chief Jason Love, and the Hackensack Police Department, led by Officer-in-Charge Captain Michael Antista. At approximately 5:27 p.m. on March 15, 2023, the Hackensack Police Department received a 9-1-1 call reporting multiple unresponsive victims within the parking garage of 400 Hackensack Avenue, Hackensack, NJ. Responding officers discovered four unresponsive females and quickly began life-saving steps, including administering Naloxone. A fifth female, who...
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.
Sea levels are rising. Here's how some communities are adapting.
Our sea levels will remain elevated for thousands of years.Scientists around the world agreed on that in last week's U.N. report about climate change, which found it is "unavoidable for centuries to millennia due to continuing deep ocean warming and ice sheet melt, and sea levels will remain elevated for thousands of years."One of the problems with sea level rise is that it happens slowly, a tiny bit each year, making it a threat that people have an easy time ignoring.We do that at our own peril, according to Mark Merrifield, director of the Scripps Center for Climate Change Impacts...
Two teens shot in Harlem; multiple people in custody: NYPD
HARLEM, N.Y. (PIX11) — Multiple people are in custody after two teens were shot outside a Harlem apartment building Monday night, police said. Authorities found the two 17-year-old boys with gunshot wounds in front of 136 Saint Nicholas Ave. at around 10:20 p.m., according to the NYPD. One of the teens was struck in the […]
Police release names of 3 victims who died of apparent overdoses in New Rochelle
Police say Carl Encarnacion, 43, Danny Howard, 49, Sean Thomas Windley, 28 were found unresponsive in a storage room in the rear of 50 Fountain Place.
Victim fatally shot leaving Bronx lounge was loving family man, relatives say
The sister of a 34-year-old man shot to death leaving a Bronx lounge said the killer has left a void in the family’s collective heart. “They really took a good man off the face of this world for nonsense,” Mahogany Covington, 42, said of her brother, Darnell Johnson. “I’m gonna stand up for my brother ’cause he can’t stand up for himself anymore.” An argument broke out as Johnson and a friend, ...
Looks Like It's Flooded: Van Dives Into Hacky
A delivery driver told police he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake, sending his van barreling nose-first into the Hackensack River on Monday. The 45-year-old driver from Pennsylvania refused aid after climbing out the back. He didn't immediately receive any summonses. A tow truck pulled the van from...
The biggest snowfall ever recorded in Bergen County, NJ history
Stacker looked at the biggest 1-day snowfall in Bergen County, New Jersey using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
3 men die of overdoses in New Rochelle
A community in New Rochelle is in mourning after three men died of overdoses over the weekend. A community in New Rochelle is in mourning after three men died of overdoses over the weekend. Two teens shot in Harlem: NYPD. Multiple people are in custody after two teens were shot...
Injustice Served: Queens Man Finally Exonerated After 30 Years For Murder He Didn't Commit
Imagine being locked up for over 26 years for a crime you didn't commit. That's what happened to Michael Robinson, a Queens man who was wrongfully convicted of second-degree murder in 1993. However, the recent decision by New York's second-highest court has finally exonerated him. The DNA evidence, which was initially used to prosecute him, proved his innocence, and Robinson can finally start a new chapter in his life as a free man.
Drug overdose kills three, sends fourth to hospital
NEW ROCHELLE – Three men are dead and one is in critical condition following a series of drug overdoses in New Rochelle. Police identified the dead as Carl Encamacion, 43, Danny Howard, 49, and 28-year-old Sean Thomas Windley. The fourth victim, whose name police did not release, is a...
2 suspects wanted in Upper East Side jewelry store robbery
Police say two male suspects wearing a mask entered the store and used a weapon, possibly a hammer, to break cases inside the store.
NYC civil service: Don’t miss your chance to apply for these March exams
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The final day to apply for New York City civil service exams during the March application period is Tuesday. The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) released its March application schedule for civil service exams at the start of the month offering open, competitive, computer-based tests for various positions.
Police shut down illegal smoke shop in Yonkers
YONKERS, NY – Police and the city building department shut down a smoke shop accused of selling marijuana-laden candies and other treats for numerous violations. Police touted the victory, saying, “Another illegal smoke shop has been shut down.” This time, members of The City of Yonkers Smoke Shop Task Force inspected the Yonkers Smokers store at 262 South Broadway and confiscated numerous unlicensed products for sale, including illicit cannabis and unlawful synthetic cannabinoid products. The department added that the store was shut down for Building and Fire code violations. “Many of these products are designed in appearance to mimic candy, The post Police shut down illegal smoke shop in Yonkers appeared first on Shore News Network.
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...
Man shot by ski-mask-wearing gunmen at NYC housing development
A man was shot and wounded by two ski-mask-clad gunmen at a Harlem housing development Sunday night, police said. The 24-year-old victim was blasted in the torso at the St. Nicholas Houses at 200 West 131st St. at around 9 p.m., according to the NYPD. EMS responded and rushed him to Harlem Hospital, where’s he’s listed in stable condition, cops said. The victim, who is known to police, was reportedly shot by two masked men who ran from the scene. Police said they do not know what led up to the shooting. There have been no arrests and the investigation is ongoing.
Covenant School Shooting: Surveillance video shows shooter enter Nashville school
Covenant School Shooting: Surveillance video shows shooter enter Nashville school. Covenant School Shooting: Surveillance video shows …. Covenant School Shooting: Surveillance video shows shooter enter Nashville school. Quinta Brunsom take make her SNL debut. Brunson, creator and star of ABC's “Abbott Elementary” comedy, will be host of this Saturday's show....
Legoland New York debuts new features and resources as a Certified Autism Center
BestReviews is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission. Details. Legoland New York hosts ‘Awesome is for Everyone’ day. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2020, roughly one in 36 children were identified with autism spectrum disorder. With those kinds of numbers, it’s essential that kid-centric industries are not only aware but engaged in accommodating and supporting all children.
Police: Two 17-year-olds shot in Harlem; shooter at large
One of the shooting victims was shot in the hip and the other 17-year-old victim was shot in the right leg.
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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