Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Long Branch man, 26, was employed as home health care aide at time of arrest, prosecutor says.
Verbal dispute inside Main Event led to physical altercation Friday morning, police report.
Recovery and cleanup effort to take days, Office of Emergency Management reports.
Authorities will now become supervisors of patrol and other units on the force.
No new information on whether charges will be brought against driver in fatal July 26 accident.
Male duo broke into Rt. 46 store early Wednesday morning, police report.
Supervising officer under internal affairs investigation after assisting subordinates in filing complaints against colleague, report says.
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.
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.
Additional patrols will begin during national campaign in August, be in effect until end of year.
Amount of goods stolen still undetermined, police report.
Company conducting analysis to see where efficiencies can be gained, report says.
Parsippany men sparring over cigarettes end up in jail, police report.
Keith Harp pleaded guilty to sexual assault after molesting child over six-year period, report says.
Girl, 15, was jogging on Maple Avenue when approached by middle-aged white man, police report.
Defendant's attorney sought reduction to quarter-million dollars for March slaying.
Diana Rochford had filed for divorce in June from Sheriff Edward Rochford.
Randolph Township Schools offer grief counseling; fundraising launched for one family.