Donna Dzienisewski submitted more than 100 phony claims in two years
John Fuss allegedly stole items from ex-wife's home, cut electricity
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Kenneth Culligan had been a contractor responsible for collecting court debts, for which he would receive a commission. An investigation found Culligan had been giving himself money that went beyond his commission.
ClorDiSys brought specialized device to Akron over the weekend
The developmentally disabled man said his name was Arthur Curtis Thompson, but that he did not know his home address and could not provide any information about family or caretakers.
The man who was found floating in the Kill van Kull in Bayonne on Friday has been identified as a 25-year-old man who went missing from Staten Island on Oct.
NBC must now decide whether Snyderman’s credibility is too damaged for her to continue reporting on Ebola or other medical issues and, if so, for how long
Although a bestselling author dropped in at the Ethos Health Farm in Long Valley to discuss her latest book on better farming practices, she also delivered a more general message on eco-friendly actions everyone can take.
Police identified one of the victims as 23-year-old Jiahad Chapman of Elizabeth.
Men may be responsible for other robberies in the last week, police say
The man who was found floating in the Kill van Kull in Bayonne on Friday has been identified as a 25-year-old man who went missing from Staten Island earlier this month, according to the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office.
The defense put on a 154-minute closing summation on Monday that still isn't over.
Darsell Davis and Dwayne Harper helped gather the banned items and collect payments for a corrections officer who worked at the facility
The person who jumped from a 400-foot radio tower in downtown Long Branch died, police said.
The police department in the state's second largest city has developed a new "table of organization," a measure that officials say will provide clarity on chain of command, eliminate politics within the department and overhaul field training for new officers.
Animal returned safely after fleeing from stables
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Rojas was also seen wearing the same shirt while accompanying Hernandez-Vazquez in a surveillance video taken at a Fairvew supermarket a few hours before the killing
A state appeals court upheld the convictions against Timothy Boyd, who is serving a 20-year prison sentence for the December 2009 fatal shooting of Robert Crook
Salem County TRIAD is hosting a special even this December called "TRIAD University and Health Fair" that they hope will help prevent area seniors from becoming victims.
University officials sent out a security alert on Friday saying that the night before, a patron of A Nice Little Bar, located at 120 N. Broadway, had been shot while exiting the establishment.
A Newark felon was arrested in Kearny Friday and charged with police with possession of 125 bags of suspected heroin with intent to distribute both near and school and near public property on Friday.
Democratic congressional candidate Roy Cho's campaign said last week that he moved to Hackensack in the summer of 2012. But voting records show he cast a ballot in Manalapan that November.
Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea gave a presentation to the city council tonight outlining his plan to reorganize the police department structure to establish a better chain of command, greater supervision, training and greater accountability.
Co-chairman says small group of bad actors gets too much attention.
An 18-year-old Jersey City man charged with fatally shooting a man in the face during a robbery will make his first court appearance tomorrow on the charges which could put him behind bars for 30 years to life if convicted.
Two 19-year-olds were arrested in Nutley Friday, police said.
John Mulvey, 67, was arrested July 15 and charged with the theft of lawn signs from Princeton Computer Repairs, Tutoring and Digital Services, owned by Ted Horodynsky.
The 32-year-old chef was subsequently charged with disorderly conduct and tampering with a food or drug product, police said.