Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Authorities say driver was speeding on Ironia Road July 26 when incident occurred.
More than 930 grams of cocaine, four pounds of marijuana seized during Wednesday sweep, prosecutor says.
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John and Carolyn Jackson both indicted on 17 counts of endangering welfare of a child, assault.
Prosecutor's office announces Randolph stopping point as second operation in September.
Suspect allegedly stole checks from cars and cashed them at various banks around New Jersey, police report.
Onochie Quincy Enunwa allegedly injured girlfriend at Florham Park hotel, police said.
Judge rules in favor of Joe Gorga, but legal process will continue for breach of contract issues, report says.
Forensic scientists conclude investigation nine months after body was found by environmental contractor, prosecutor says.
Search for intoxicated drivers to be established in Roxbury Township, Morris County Prosecutor's Office announces.
Jhana Wilfong admitted to selling cocaine to undercover cops earlier this year, report says.
Long Branch man, 26, was employed as home health care aide at time of arrest, prosecutor says.
The 62-year-old driver turned off the ignition and saw flames coming from beneath the hood.
No new information on whether charges will be brought against driver in fatal July 26 accident.
Frank McBride is accused of calling in bomb threat to financial institution, taking money without entering building.
Theft occurred Sunday afternoon at Nordstrom.
Handprint left in alleged attempted carjacking one of several clues that led authorities to Seattle man now suspected of four homicides.
John Bramhall fatally shot his wife, Joan, before turning the gun on himself inside their Denville home, prosecutor said.
The bodies of Joan and John Bramhall were found Thursday in their Denville home, according to report.
Preliminary investigation indicates no threat to the community, prosecutor said.