Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Jefferson Township resident impaled by 1.5-inch galvanized steel post, police report.
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 installation and inspection will take place Saturday.
The bodies of Joan and John Bramhall were found Thursday in their Denville home, according to report.
Division of Consumer Affairs to Distribute $173,000 to law enforcement agencies, from bankrupt manufacturer of defective bulletproof vests.
Preliminary investigation indicates no threat to the community, prosecutor said.
Morristown police were patrolling out of uniform Tuesday morning when suspicious men and a woman caught their attention, police report.
21-year-old bought car with bilked funds, report says.
Company conducting analysis to see where efficiencies can be gained, report says.
Authorities still investigation; alleged jumper is still alive.
Defendant's attorney sought reduction to quarter-million dollars for March slaying.
Diana Rochford had filed for divorce in June from Sheriff Edward Rochford.