Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Fire Company #1 will throw a commemorative block party this Saturday on Miller Road.
State troopers rescued driver, conscious but injured from nearby creek.
Vehicle hauling Bounty paper towels blazes on major roadway, report says.
Thomas Moylan’s arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.
Police say a fellow camp counselor reported the 16-year-old had engaged in inappropriate sexual contact with several 6-year-olds.
The investigation disclosed that the individual was Joseph S. Lineburg, police said.
The two were part of a bogus drug deal-turned-robbery last October.
A domestic dispute led to the discovery of weapons including illegal amounts of gunpowder.
Northbound lanes are closed and traffic is being detoured at Exit 14B. Southbound lanes in accident area moving very slowly.
The roadway will be milled in two phases - from the New York state line to Heather Lane and Heather Lane to Masonicus Road.
Charges have been brought against the man driving the truck that caused the crash.
A truck ran into a barricade at the Hawthorne Farmer's Market this Sunday.
Fort Lee woman, 60, was killed Thursday morning while crossing street in Leonia.
Division of Consumer Affairs to Distribute $173,000 to law enforcement agencies, from bankrupt manufacturer of defective bulletproof vests.
Considered a great leader for Mahwah's children and youth programs, Sergeant Robert Curtis' "will be missed" in his retirement.
A routine traffic stop turned into a multiple-vehicle accident after a female motorist lost control of her car.
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino has received a letter asking for the withdrawal of the county's request for armored military vehicles.
The Hudson County man was allegedly on his cell phone at the time of the chain-reaction accident that killed one and injured several others.
Alleged incidents occurred in 2009 when the victim was 14, the prosecutor's office said.