Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Jhana Wilfong admitted to selling cocaine to undercover cops earlier this year, report says.
Rodney Harris was jailed on $75,000 bail after Sunday night incident, report says.
Long Branch man, 26, was employed as home health care aide at time of arrest, prosecutor says.
Blaze may have started by unattended citronella candle, police report.
Major roadway will be shut between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.
Morristown road will be closed to through traffic while state repairs Morristown and Erie rail lines.
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.
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.
Company conducting analysis to see where efficiencies can be gained, report says.
Similar incidents have occurred over the last month in Wayne, West Milford, East Hanover and Bloomingdale.
Authorities still investigation; alleged jumper is still alive.
Randolph Township Schools offer grief counseling; fundraising launched for one family.
Diana Rochford had filed for divorce in June from Sheriff Edward Rochford.
The child, whose identity is being withheld, was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital where she is being treated for injuries suffered in the attack, police said.
Police checked motorists for six hours between June 21 and June 22 on Route 206 in Chester.
Independence Day also has become the deadliest holiday weekend for alcohol-related traffic crashes - even ahead of New Year's Day.
Thomas Phillips faces up to 10 years in prison and $15,000 fine.