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  1. Paramus Police Officer Busts 3 With More Than 1/2 Pound Of Heroin

    Paramus Police Officer Busts 3 With More Than 1/2 Pound Of Heroin

    PARAMUS, N.J. – A Paramus police officer found a trio with 11 ounces of heroin after a Route 17 traffic stop, authorities said Saturday.Officer Connor Nutland pulled the 2007 BMW 328 over on the northbound highway around 2:20 a.m. Friday and found the heroin in 20 bricks in a makeup bag, Deputy Chief Robert M. Guidetti.Arrested were two Hudson County men – Carlos A. Zayas, 26, of Union ...

  2. $56,240 In Unpaid Tolls Gets Teaneck Driver Arrested At GWB

    $56,240 In Unpaid Tolls Gets Teaneck Driver Arrested At GWB

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- A Teaneck motorist who'd rung up $56,240 in unpaid tolls was arrested by Port Authority police who stopped him for driving a sedan with no front license plate through a George Washington Bridge E-ZPass lane.Officers pulled over 31-year-old Alesandel Rodriguez after the "Toll Unpaid" sign flashed as he drove his 2014 Toyota Camry through at about 10:30 a.m. ...

  3. Fort Lee Police Chase Down Suspect Across Traffic Moments After Robbery

    Fort Lee Police Chase Down Suspect Across Traffic Moments After Robbery

    FORT LEE, N.J. – Fort Lee police captured a Harlem man moments after they said he robbed a local bank and then tried to elude them by running across 14 lanes of a George Washington Bridge approach full of traffic Friday.Isaac Nesbit, 29, passed a threatening note to a teller at West Street Branch of The Bank of New Jersey just before noon and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash, ...

  4. Bergenfield Woman, Brother, Charged With Dumping Dismembered Husband's Body

    Bergenfield Woman, Brother, Charged With Dumping Dismembered Husband's Body

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. – The wife of a Bergenfield man who didn’t report his Christmas disappearance to police for a week was charged with disposing of his remains in six plastic containers found earlier this month in South Jersey, authorities said Friday.Adrienne Smith, a 43-year-old surgical technician, and her brother, Orville Cousins, “purchased materials that were used in connection ...

  5. Passaic Sheriff: Garfield Fire Door Duo Swiped Home Depot Goods For Drugs

    Passaic Sheriff: Garfield Fire Door Duo Swiped Home Depot Goods For Drugs

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Two ex-cons from Garfield -- one of whom was part of a takedown by Rochelle Park police of a large-scale prescription fraud ring -- were part of a crew that shoplifted items from several Home Depot stores in Passaic County to pay for drugs, county sheriff's investigators charged.David Buczek, 32, and Douglas Sabolewski, 31, frequently snatched Milwaukee and Makita drill ...

  6. Paterson School Bus Driver Led 'Vicious' Attack On Boy, 15, Police Charge

    Paterson School Bus Driver Led 'Vicious' Attack On Boy, 15, Police Charge

    PATERSON, N.J. – A Paterson school bus driver from Palisade Park led a “vicious” attack on a 15-year-old boy by a group of masked juveniles armed with metal sticks, crow bars, and broomsticks, authorities charged.Gilberto Lorenzo, 43, concocted the ambush after mistakenly thinking that the boy threw something out the window of the bus sometime earlier, city Police Director Jerry ...

  7. Call Leads Teaneck Police To Accused Car Burglary Trio

    Call Leads Teaneck Police To Accused Car Burglary Trio

    TEANECK, N.J. – A caller’s report brought Teaneck police to a neighborhood where they nabbed three men who they said were burglarizing vehicles.The call came in just after 6:30 a.m. Sunday from the area of Mildred Street and Johnson Avenue, Acting Police Chief Glenn M. O’Reilly said Friday.Moments later, Officer Glenn Coley stopped Mohamed Monessar, 19, on Queen Anne Road near Johnson ...

  8. Fort Lee Police Nab Suspect After Second Bank Of NJ Robbery In 8 Days

    Fort Lee Police Nab Suspect After Second Bank Of NJ Robbery In 8 Days

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- Fort Lee police said they had a suspect in custody after the Bank of New Jersey was robbed early Friday afternoon for the second time in a little over a week.Friday's robbery was of the West Street Branch.The Palisade Avenue branch was robbed of $50,000 on Jan. 12 by a man who authorities said jumped the counter with a large knife. Fort Lee police and the FBI arrested ...

  9. Paramus Mall Car Thefts Plummet, Burglaries Down, Too

    Paramus Mall Car Thefts Plummet, Burglaries Down, Too

    PARAMUS, N.J. -- The malls in Paramus once were a popular grazing ground for car thieves. Burglaries also were a problem.Not anymore.Reported crime in Paramus was down in six of sevean categories last year, according to the State of New Jersey Uniformed Crime Report. Most significant were a nearly 10% decrease in burglaries -- even factoring in a late-summer rash of residential ...

  10. VIDEO: Ridgefield Responders Rescue Worker Caught On Rootop Ledge

    VIDEO: Ridgefield Responders Rescue Worker Caught On Rootop Ledge

    RIDGEFIELD, N.J. -- Ridgefield police and firefighters rescued a worker who got stuck Thursday afternoon on a ledge nearly 30 feet above the street.CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE to watch the rescue unfold.The laborer's employer apparently sent the worker up to the roof to clean a ledge of the building in the 600 block of Bergen Boulevard, a source with knowledge of the incident told Daily ...

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