Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle and Township resident Patti DiRenzo have been appointed by the county freeholder board.
Work, conducted by the Camden County Department of Public Works, continues on Saturday and continues Monday-Friday of next week.
The suspect allegedly hid video games and tried to enter the employee stockroom.
The shooting and the hit-and-run are being investigated by the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
Pure caffeine powder has been identified in several fatal overdoses.
Somerdale Road has been reduced to one lane between Eyres Plaza and Lamp Post Lane. PSE&G is on location replacing the pole.
Antonio Wright's bail was set at $750,000, according to the Courier Post.
People set themselves on fire and their peers film their reactions for social media.
Gloucester Township Police are investigating the theft of a Samsung Tablet from the Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant on Cross Keys Road.
Reynaldo Hernandez, 42, was charged with possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.
On Monday, Aug. 11, officers with the Gloucester Township Police Department met Alex T. from Sussex England.
The rider was found unconscious. His condition was unknown Thursday afternoon.
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Jordan Holden, 19, died after being stabbed on Blackwood-Clementon Road.
The Gloucester Township Junior Police Academy participated in a pair of events earlier this week.
Millville received nearly nine inches of rain, nj.com reports.
A couple spoke about issues coming from a nearby affordable housing complex while blasting officials Monday night.
The suspect allegedly deposited money in a victim's account prior to the unauthorized withdrawal of $1,800.
Bernard Cahill, 55, pleaded guilty to second-degree charges of sexual assault and distribution of child pornography.
Ronald McGrath, 54, allegedly threatened to kill a female victim and assaulted Gloucester Township officers on Sunday.