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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. New Saddle Brook Police Quintet Bring Youth, Experience, Diversity

    New Saddle Brook Police Quintet Bring Youth, Experience, Diversity

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. -- One of five new Saddle Brook police officers sworn in Thursday night can begin work immediately.Three of the others are former state corrections officers, while a fifth saw his father resign from the Township Council so that he could fulfill his dream.Kimberly Diaz, 25, had been an officer with the Rutgers University Police Department on the Newark campus the past ...

  2. Woman Struck, Killed Crossing Route 46 Near Teterboro Walmart

    Woman Struck, Killed Crossing Route 46 Near Teterboro Walmart

    TETERBORO, N.J. – Authorities on Friday identified a woman struck and killed crossing Route 46 outside the Teterboro Walmart Thursday night as 37-year-old Sharonda Hayes of Paterson.Hayes sustained massive head trauma after being struck by an eastbound vehicle at 10:14 p.m., responders said late Thursday.“At present the cause of the crash remains under investigation and no charges have ...

  3. FOUND! Missing Saddle Brook Boxer Mix Reunited With Family

    FOUND! Missing Saddle Brook Boxer Mix Reunited With Family

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. -- A missing Saddle Brook dog named Boof was reunited with his family Thursday night."We were setting up cameras at Acme and Saddle Brook police called us and said a brown dog was trapped in their yard on Caldwell Avenue," owner Trish Geer said."We flew over there and he was there -- scared and smelly like a skunk, but he was there!" said Geer, ...

  4. Authorities: Leonia Man, Roomie Busted With More Than Pound Of Pot

    Authorities: Leonia Man, Roomie Busted With More Than Pound Of Pot

    LEONIA, N.J. – A Leonia man had a pound of pot and his roommate a much smaller amount when detectives raided their home, authorities said.Christopher Rosario, 19, had the larger amount found during Wednesday’s Grand Avenue raid, Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal said Thursday.Guillermo Valdez, 30, had much less, he said.Detectives obtained a search warrant and arrested both ...

  5. Former St. Joe's Regional MC Nurse Charged With Sexually Abusing Patients

    Former St. Joe's Regional MC Nurse Charged With Sexually Abusing Patients

    PATERSON, N.J. -- A former St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center nurse was charged with assaulting two patients, including a 74-year-old woman in an ER, said authorities who were seeking any other possible victims.Wilber Hernandez, a 29-year-old Ramapo College graduate living in Perth Amboy, was initially being held at the Middlesex County Adult Correction Center in North Brunswick ...

  6. Paramus, Ridgewood Car Theft, Burglaries Prompt Police Warnings

    Paramus, Ridgewood Car Theft, Burglaries Prompt Police Warnings

    PARAMUS, N.J. -- A stream of recent pre-dawn car burglaries -- as well as a car theft -- have Paramus and Ridgewood police repeating simple safety measures.Several vehicles were entered and ransacked overnight in the owners' driveways in both towns, authorities said.Why? All were unlocked.Another vehicle was stolen from the South Paramus Road area in Paramus -- thanks to a key fob left ...

  7. Cardinale Gets Law Letting Retired PIP, Campus Police, Others Carry Guns

    Cardinale Gets Law Letting Retired PIP, Campus Police, Others Carry Guns

    Retired law enforcement officers from the Palisades Interstate Park Police, William Paterson College and various other agencies can now carry handguns in New Jersey under a law signed by Gov. Christie.“We as a state have been stepping on people’s right to protect themselves for too long,” said state Sen. Gerry Cardinale of Cresskill, who sponsored and campaigned hard for the bill.“These ...

  8. Franklin Lakes Police Charge Mahwah Motorist With Selling Insulin Syringe

    Franklin Lakes Police Charge Mahwah Motorist With Selling Insulin Syringe

    FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J. – A Mahwah man was busted selling an insulin syringe, Franklin Lakes police said Thursday.Ahmad Abbassi, 59, was charged with illegal prescription drug – a Novolog Flexpen syringe filled with insulin – after a traffic stop Tuesday night on Franklin Avene, Capt. John Bakelaar said.The kit ordinarily retails for about $125.Abbassi was issued a summons and released ...

  9. Port Authority PD: Fleeing Hackensack Cellphone Driver Hits Officer

    Port Authority PD: Fleeing Hackensack Cellphone Driver Hits Officer

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- A fleeing Hackensack motorist talking on her cellphone clipped a Port Authority police officer, authorities said.The uniformed officer signaled Andri P. Matos to stop her 2015 Nissan Sentra at the Holland Tunnel toll plaza Wednesday morning, the authority's Joseph Pentangelo told Daily Voice.Matos "acknowledged the officer signaling to stop but drove straight ...

  10. Wayne PD: Video In Large Jewelry, Coin Haul Leads To Career Burglar

    Wayne PD: Video In Large Jewelry, Coin Haul Leads To Career Burglar

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Surveillance video distributed by Wayne police led to the arrest of a career burglar paroled only two months ago -- after 12 years in state prison -- charged with stealing a large amount of jewelry and U.S. currency coins from a local resident.Samuel Krosky, 57 -- convicted two decades ago for 40 break-ins in five counties -- was nabbed as he tried to get into his car on ...

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