Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
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.
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.
NY man was driving a church van with an invalid license last year when he collided with a NJ Transit bus, killing one of the passengers.
Fraudulent transactions, which included sports memorabilia, trading cards and rare gold coins, date back to 2008, prosecutor said.
Organization says vehicles can lead to 'increased risks of violence, property destruction and undermined civil liberties.'
Incident occurred Wednesday afternoon at the Garden State Plaza.
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.
Louis Fallon, 74, allegedly poured gasoline through the mail slot in the front door.
Jamar Darby had previously pleaded guilty to robbing 14 businesses during a six-month span in 2012 and 2013.