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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Worker Falls 18 Feet At Wood-Ridge Warehouse

    Worker Falls 18 Feet At Wood-Ridge Warehouse

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J. -- A worker was hospitalized early Tuesday evening after falling 18 feet at a Wood-Ridge warehouse where authorities reported a high carbon monoxide reading.An ambulance was called to Capitol Logistics & Warehousing on Passaic Street just after 5 p.m. for the worker, who had a reported neck injury.Firefighters and police also responded.CHECK BACK FOR MORE DETAILS

  2. Wallington PD: Lying Local Man Crosses Passaic Bridge, Returns With Heroin

    Wallington PD: Lying Local Man Crosses Passaic Bridge, Returns With Heroin

    WALLINGTON, N.J. -- A Wallington man told a police lieutenant he'd come from Garfield when, in fact, he'd just crossed over from Passaic with 10 folds of heroin stamped "PURE MAGIC," authorities said.Lt. Joseph Rock saw 19-year-old Nicholas Beckering walk across the Wallington Avenue bridge and get into a vehicle on the other side around 12:15 p.m. Monday, Capt. Shawn Kudlacik ...

  3. Mahwah Program Shows Opioids' Destruction Of Users, Those Who Love Them

    Mahwah Program Shows Opioids' Destruction Of Users, Those Who Love Them

    MAHWAH, N.J. – An award-winning film that shows the devastation of opioid addiction will be screened at Ramapo College later this month.Admission is free, but pre-registration is required to attend the 7 p.m. Jan. 31 on-campus screening of "Dying in Vein — The Opiate Generation," presented by the Mahwah Municipal Alliance in conjunction with township police and the college, at ...

  4. NJ Attorney General: State Trooper Justified In Shooting Suspect

    NJ Attorney General: State Trooper Justified In Shooting Suspect

    LAKE HOPATCONG, N.J. -- A State Police trooper was justified in shooting a Lake Hopatcong man who charged at him and his colleagues as they tried to arrest him for assaulting his girlfriend, New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Tuesday."An officer may use deadly force in New Jersey when the officer reasonably believes it is immediately necessary to protect the ...

  5. Wyckoff Employer's Credit Card 'Swiped' By Fair Lawn Nanny, Police Charge

    Wyckoff Employer's Credit Card 'Swiped' By Fair Lawn Nanny, Police Charge

    WYCKOFF, N.J. – A nanny from Fair Lawn swiped her Wyckoff employer’s credit card number, said police who arrested her.Grace E. Kloby, 26 , was charged with theft after surrendering to Detective Sgt. Michael Ragucci, Lt. Joseph Soto said.“The resident reported that she had hired a nanny to care for her children and suspected that the nanny may be responsible for the fraudulent credit ...

  6. VIDEO: Glen Rock Resident Foils Car Burglars With Simple Move: Common Sense

    VIDEO: Glen Rock Resident Foils Car Burglars With Simple Move: Common Sense

    GLEN ROCK, N.J. -- A Glen Rock resident didn't become a victim after making sure he locked the cars in his driveway, authorities said.Video recorded by a Ring doorbell camera, and supplied by Glen Rock police, shows two shadowy figures in the Hudson Place driveway just before 4:30 a.m. last Wednesday.The pair "pulled on the door handles to his vehicles," Police Chief Dean ...

  7. PHOTOS: Route 17 Head-On Crash In Rutherford Leaves Driver Critical

    PHOTOS: Route 17 Head-On Crash In Rutherford Leaves Driver Critical

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- (UPDATE) A driver remained in critical condition Tuesday after his car was hit head-on by another on southbound Route 17 in Rutherford.Soscia Salo, 43, of Lyndhurst, was driving a Dodge Caliber 2008 heading north on Route 17 when it crossed the highway at Highland Cross and slammed into a 2005 Hyundai Accent driven by a 65-year-old Belleville man in the center ...

  8. Passaic Sheriff: Drug Runner's Ledger Had Buyers' IDs, Dates, Payment Info

    Passaic Sheriff: Drug Runner's Ledger Had Buyers' IDs, Dates, Payment Info

    PATERSON, N.J. -- A suspected drug dealer kept careful records, an extremely grateful Passaic County sheriff said Monday.Sgt. Jose Vargas conducted a random license plate check on a Honda Civic that turned up an active warrant for the owner, so he stopped the car on Putnam and E 17th streets in Paterson, Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said.After finding a bag of heroin, Bargas searched the ...

  9. Police: GWB Toll Cheat Had Both License Plates Taped Over

    Police: GWB Toll Cheat Had Both License Plates Taped Over

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- A trucker who blew through a George Washington Bridge E-ZPass toll without paying had both license plates covered with gray tape, authorities said.A Port Authority police officer spotted the 2008 Kenworth tractor-trailer and pulled it over Sunday afternoon on the bridge's upper level, the authority's Joseph Pentangelo said.Alejandro Sanchez, 43, of Hialeah, Florida, ...

  10. Saddle Brook Kessler Patients Moved After Water Leak Causes Odor

    Saddle Brook Kessler Patients Moved After Water Leak Causes Odor

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. -- A busted water pipe released an odor that forced a partial evacuation of a Kessler rehab center Sunday night in Saddle Brook, authorities said.Firefighters found the break on the main and first floor of the Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation on Market Street following an 8:50 p.m. call after the odor made some people's eyes tear, Police Chief Robert Kugler ...

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