Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Francisco Fernandez (pictured) and Rafael Otero were charged after police found cocaine and molly in their vehicle.
An Oradell woman was arrested yesterday and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and distribution of child pornography.
The Hasbrouck Heights victims of a murder-suicide have been identified.
The vehicle was also occupied by a 79-year-old woman friend, and family members jumped into the pool to assist them in getting out.
Summer is for the Shore -- but Bergen County shines in the fall.
The Sheriff says vehicles are important for flood rescues; the County Executive is against "military armor on our streets."
New Milford saw fewer crimes in the first half of 2014 compared to the first half of 2013.
Firefighters doused the roof of the Paramus mall, which started smoking as it underwent replacement.
Paul Mancuso faces five counts of wire fraud and one of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
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.
Fort Lee Police have arrested one man in connection to a $100,000 identity theft, and are still looking for his partner.
Police say Ercheng Zhang, 20, was not licensed to practice acupuncture.
Latoyha Sapp, 38, is charged with Trafficking in Personal Identifying Information Pertaining to Another Person and Computer Related Theft.
A domestic dispute led to the discovery of weapons including illegal amounts of gunpowder.