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Six Members Of The Hackensack Police Narcotics Officers Suspended

HACKENSACK, N.J. – The entire unit of the Hackensack Police Narcotics Division, which included 6 members, has been suspended. The members were suspended amid an administrative investigation, including: The unit commander The second-in-command Two detectives Two patrol officers The news was confirmed by multiple law enforcement sources. Facts of the Case Capt. Francesco Aquila, who …

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New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety release Millburn Crime Stats

MILLBURN, NJ – Statistics from the NJ State Police show that the crime rate in New Jersey reduced by 5%. The 2015 Uniform Crime Report (UCR) revealed the number of crimes that occurred between the 1st of January to 31st of December 2015. The following offenses with their rate are included in the report that …

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New Jersey Teen Pleads Guilty Of Dumping Body Of Childhood Friend In River

On Monday, Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office announced that 19-year-old Preston Taylor pleaded guilty to dumping the dead body of his childhood friend, Sarah Stern, into a river. He entered a plea at the Monmouth County Superior Courthouse to 7 counts, including robbery, hindering apprehension, and disturbing or desecrating human remains. He was not alone in …

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Off-Duty Millville Officer Faces Multiple Charges After Being Involved In A Crash

MILLVILLE – On 17th of March, 31-year-old Michael D. McLaughlin was charged with DWI, leaving the scene of an accident, and reckless driving after he was involved in an accident. The location of the accident was Westwood Drive and Marlynn Terrace. The accident happened at around 10:58 p.m. He was behind the wheel of a …

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New Approach To Drunken-Driving Penalties Considered By New Jersey

New Jersey lawmakers are making plans to alter the laws related to driving under the influence of alcohol to increase the use of automotive devices that don’t allow the vehicle’s engine to start before a breath sample is provided to it. According to Assemblyman Joe Lagana, his bill will make it mandatory to install ignition …

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