Bills in the Assembly and now one in the Senate seek to toughen crimes for people who burglarize residential dwellings.
Prosecutor says Closter home was chosen to process vast amounts of drugs
Newark police director Eugene Venable this evening clarified a policy which encourages officers to direct the victims of some minor crimes to file complaints with the city's municipal court as opposed to filing a police report.
Darsh Patel, 22, was last seen climbing a rock formation, just feet ahead of the pursuing animal, winded and with his shoe in his hand
Six people face charges in connection with a rash of summer car burglaries and thefts in Hopewell Borough and Township
According to the 2010 census, New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation.
Newark city council members gave mixed reviews today on a new policy that directs the victims of crimes to file incident reports to the municipal court instead of the police.
Carolyn Stone's children angry their mother's name has been sullied.
Municipal Court Director Eunice Samuels-Lewis said the policy change would allow complaints to be processed more quickly
The Jersey City man who stabbed his wife, son and three stepdaughters in January 2011 was sentenced to 15 years in prison today.
"Gepetto Jackson" arrested in Paterson.
Bernards mayor John Carpenter is asking residents to "lend" the township the money for its turf fields.
A city man accused in the August drive-by shooting death of a 20-year-old city woman appeared for a probable cause hearing Friday at the Cumberland County Courthouse, where a judge determined there is enough evidence to move forward in the case.
Chief Louis Koumoutsos departs amid an expansion of the department intended to address high overtime spending and increased patrol demands
The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office is currently seeking a Deptford woman, named Wivanh Phommathep, for failure to appear in Superior Court on forgery for theft charges.
Princesses, dragons, firemen, piggies and even an entire family of Ninja Turtles marched down Washington Street on Friday as part of Hoboken's annual Ragamuffin Parade.
The Bergen County Police Department’s newly-formed anti-heroin unit seized 1,450 bags of the drug and arrested two men in a traffic stop on Route 46, authorities said Friday.
Like last year's Open Space Tax Fund mailer dispute, another political fracas has been causing friction between the parties, this time with a Republican campaign mailer calling into question the Democratic candidates' records.
Under court rules, a private reprimand represents probably the least harsh penalty that could be imposed on a judge.
The 35,000-square-foot building is about twice the size of the club's Trenton location and will serve 500 kids at a time
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Orlando Bonet was arrested at home Wednesday night
A Newark man has been charged with approaching a man and knocking him out cold with a punches to the head during a robber in Kearny yesterday, officials said.
New Jersey State Police have issued a silver alert for a 72-year-old man who went missing from Bosworth Lane in Willingboro
A 24-year-old Northvale man was arrested and charged Thursday with possession of child pornography, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office said.
The New Jersey State Police, the FBI and the Edison, South Plainfield and Old Bridge police departments continued to investigate the home invasions Friday but no arrests have been made.
President Obama is helping Cory Booker gin up the Democratic base on Election Day with a radio ad
Police received a tip that a burglary may be in progress when they found Edward Reed, 26, on Bismark Avenue carrying four electronic tablets and two cellphones
With rain expected Saturday and heavy winds expected Sunday in the Mercer County area, a good number of the leaves will fall
N.J. physicians' group said quarantine is not medically necessary for most returning West African health workers - although that decision is up to the state.