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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Moonachie PD: Trio With Drugs All Provided Fake Names

    Moonachie PD: Trio With Drugs All Provided Fake Names

    A driver who ran a red light right in front of a Moonachie police officer provided a bogus name – as did two women who were with him – and was found carrying drugs and a crack pipe, authorities said.Officer Daniel Leoncini was on patrol Wednesday afternoon when the driver of the silver Infiniti – identified as Stephon C. Womack, 35, of Newark – made a left from eastbound Route 46 onto ...

  2. New Wood-Ridge Police Chief John Korin Sworn In

    New Wood-Ridge Police Chief John Korin Sworn In

    Wood-Ridge Police Chief John Korin was officially sworn in Wednesday night to lead the borough department.Oaths also were administered at the Mayor and Council meeting in the Municipal Building to new Capt. Michael O'Donnell and to new Sgt. Joseph T. Rutigliano Jr. and Sgt. Jeffrey S. Geisler.Korin had been promoted to captain in May 2016. He replaces Chief Paul Goscinski, who retired ...

  3. Medical Episode Triggers Ridgewood Crash

    Medical Episode Triggers Ridgewood Crash

    A driver having an apparent medical episode was involved in a crash Wednesday that sent both vehicles off a Ridgewood roadway onto nearby lawns.The driver was taken by ambulance to Hackensack University Medical Center following the crash in front of 522 North Maple Avenue.No other injuries were reported.A flatbed tow truck removed both wrecks from the scene. Responders included village ...

  4. COLD CASE: DNA Nails Ex-Con In 2003 Mahwah Home Invasion Robbery Of Ramsey Pizzeria Owner

    COLD CASE: DNA Nails Ex-Con In 2003 Mahwah Home Invasion Robbery Of Ramsey Pizzeria Owner

    For 15 years, authorities were unable to find any of three robbers wearing masks who forced their way into the Mahwah home of a Ramsey pizzeria owner, tied him to a chair and made off with nearly $200,000 in cash – while leaving a gun and costume mask behind.Thanks to advances in DNA testing, however, Mahwah police have charged a Yonkers man who worked as a superintendent for an ...

  5. Pickup Dumps Concrete In Route 17 Crash In Upper Saddle River

    Pickup Dumps Concrete In Route 17 Crash In Upper Saddle River

    A pickup truck dumped a load of broken concrete on Route 17 in Upper Saddle River Wednesday afternoon, jamming southbound traffic.The pickup was towing the load in a trailer that jack-knifed on the highway outside Ramsey Nissan just after 2 p.m.A few motorists who pulled to the shoulder may have sustained damage to their vehicles.

  6. Mahwah Parents Charged With Murder Of Crying 4-Month-Old Son

    Mahwah Parents Charged With Murder Of Crying 4-Month-Old Son

    A Mahwah couple, frustrated because their 4-month-old twin son wouldn’t stop crying, put him on his stomach and pulled a comforter over his head as they went outside their motel room to smoke – killing him, said authorities who charged both with murder.William Herring, 42, and Brianna Brochhausen, 22, were living at the Springfield Township hotel in Burlington County when police were ...

  7. FOUND! Missing At-Risk Rutherford Man Wanders 45 Miles To Westchester

    FOUND! Missing At-Risk Rutherford Man Wanders 45 Miles To Westchester

    Authorities found a missing at-risk Rutherford man early Monday in Port Chester, 45 miles from home.John Willey, 60, apparently was intent on visiting a friend in White Plains when he walked off from his West Passaic Avenue home around 5:30 p.m. Saturday without his cellphone, police said.A New York Metropolitan Transit Authority worker found him near a bridge in the Westchester village ...

  8. PHOTOS: Commercial Van Splits Utility Pole, Closes Busy Fairview Road

    PHOTOS: Commercial Van Splits Utility Pole, Closes Busy Fairview Road

    A commercial van shattered a utility pole Tuesday afternoon in Fairview, closing a busy thoroughfare.The driver walked away unscathed after his van split the pole -- downing wires along with the transformer -- on Fairview Avenue near the Bergen Boulevard underpass around 2:30 p.m.Fairview Avenue remained indefinitelky closed in both directions while PSE&G made repairs, Police Capt. ...

  9. Prosecutor: Bond Gang Successor Gets Out Of Prison, Launches Another Bergen Burglary Spree

    Prosecutor: Bond Gang Successor Gets Out Of Prison, Launches Another Bergen Burglary Spree

    Released after spending four years in state prison, one of the last successors of the infamous James Bond burglary crew was immediately back at it – breaking into homes in Englewood, Hackensack, Oradell, Paramus, Teaneck and Tenafly -- until a task force nabbed him and three accomplices, authorities said Tuesday.Hackensack police tipped off investigators from the Bergen ...

  10. Fresh From Prison, Mahwah Career Criminal Busted Yet Again -- For Purse Theft

    Fresh From Prison, Mahwah Career Criminal Busted Yet Again -- For Purse Theft

    A Mahwah ex-con with a 25-year criminal history was arrested in Secaucus by police who said they found him with a woman’s purse stolen during a pair of car burglaries.Only just released from state prison six months ago, 45-year-old Christopher Murano was caught with the goods just before 1 a.m. last Tuesday, Secaucus police said.He also had an outstanding warrant, they said.Secaucus ...

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