Philly nun charged with DUI after crashing into NJ building

On Wednesday, Kimberly Miller, a Philadelphia nun, was found guilty and was convicted of DUI charges after Washington Township Municipal Court Judge, Martin Whitcraft, ruled against her argument that she doesn’t remember crashing her motor vehicle into a New Jersey building. Miller was a teacher at Little Flower Catholic School in Philadelphia and was taken …

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Passaic, New Jersey, Man Arrested In Orange County On DWI Charge

36-year-old Juan Martinez of Passaic, New Jersey, was arrested for allegedly driving drunk in Orange County. Martinez was arrested by the New York State Police after they stopped to render aid to a possible disabled vehicle on I-87. Police determined that the driver was intoxicated and he was taken to the Montgomery barracks for processing. …

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Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office Says State Police Lab Tech Mishandled At Least 11 Other Cases

According to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, a New Jersey state police lab technician mishandled at least 11 other cases. Defense attorneys are being notified about the situation. The lab technician, Kamal Shah, was recently removed from work after it was found that he was faking a drug test result and mishandled at least 11 …

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Felony Gun Charge Dropped Against Victim Of Drunken Driving in New Jersey

TRENTON – The felony gun charge against 46-year-old Raymond Hughes was dismissed on Monday by the Gloucester County Prosecutor, Sean Dalton. According to the prosecutor, the cops came to know that the guard had a gun in his motor vehicle because he was the victim of a DUI accident. Facts of the Case He had …

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New Jersey Supreme Court Says ‘Roving Wiretap’ Is OK

The New Jersey Supreme Court disagreed with a Camden drug organization leader Wednesday who challenged evidence obtained from a “roving wiretap” used to keep tabs on suspects using “burner” throw-away phones. Need to Know The court upheld an Appellate Division decision and rulings unanimously which were passed by a Superior Court judge. The rulings allowed …

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7,827 Criminal Cases In Question After Lab Tech Faked Drug Case Results in New Jersey

PASSAIC COUNTY – According to state officials, a lab technician for the State Police allegedly faked results in a drug case, which has put 7,827 other criminal cases into question. Facts of the Case The technician, Kamalkant Shah, has been working as a laboratory technician for the State Police laboratory in Little Falls. He has …

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Man Charged In Fatal DUI Crash Had A History Of Drunken Driving Arrests

WILLIAMS TOWNSHIP – 36-year-old Daniel P. Braeunig of Williams Township surrendered to state police on charges relating to an accident that took place 28 December in Williams Township in which 23-year-old Dallas Poff was killed. The list of charges faced by Braeunig in the fatal drunken-driving crash were read by District Judge Daniel Corpora. As …

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25-Year-Old New Jersey Man Faces Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated Charges

ORANGETOWN, N.Y. – 25-year-old Alexander Singh of Dumont, NJ, was arrested for aggravated DWI, a misdemeanor. Facts of the Case According to police reports, Singh: Was traveling south on Route 340 in a 2007 Ford Mustang Drifted off the roadway Collided with a parked vehicle and a mailbox in Orangetown The incident took place at …

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Bill Proposes Armed, Retired Cops To Be Put In N.J. Schools

Trenton – Bill (S2983) has been proposed before the state Legislature that would create a new category of police officers to station armed, retired cops under the age of 65 years inside schools in New Jersey. What are “Class Three” special officers? “Class Three” special police officers will be established to provide security at both …

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