PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J. — Here's a look at the five stories that topped Passaic County news last week:
PARKING LOT CRASH : A preliminary investigation found no reason to charge the driver of a pickup truck that struck and killed a 58-year-old Wanaque woman in a supermarket parking lot Thursday night, authorities said.
BUZZER BEATER: With seconds left in the game, Wood-Ridge's Anthony D'Amico caught the rebound of Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology's second foul shot and chucked the ball across the court.
GOOD EATS: A star chef and his first-class restaurateur dad are rolling out the winter menu of their Wayne Italian bistro that opened in August to critical and social media acclaim.
CUTS AND GAINS : Two brothers from Wayne are following their dreams to business success with the expansion of their stylized barber shop.
CUSTOMS AGENT: A fired Customs agent from Oradell had a handgun and a rifle, both loaded, and a ballistic vest in his car when Paterson police stopped him for in Elmwood Park threatening his former girlfriend and her current boyfriend with a gun, authorities said.