PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J. — Here's a look at the five stories that topped Passaic County news last week:
PARTY'S OVER: A popular catering boutique, the Paris Inn, has suddenly closed leaving people to wonder about deposits made for future party dates.
PROSTITUTION SWEEP: They come from Queens and were working in massage parlors and hotel rooms in Clifton, Totowa and Paterson, said Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik, whose detectives posed as clients to arrest eight woman on prostitution charges.
INMATE MAKES A CALL: A Passaic County sheriff’s officer loaned his cellphone to a county jail inmate to make an outside call, said authorities who arrested him on Friday.
BUSTED: Paterson police busted an accused street dealer who they said had a pound or so of heroin divided up into 900 units for individual sale.
ARRESTS, PLURAL: The revolving door of justice put a repeat offender in the Passaic County Jail and another in the custody of Riverdale police after Wayne police who stopped their car found them wanted on a combined nine outstanding warrants.