Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Stanley A. Betters, 28, is charged with breaking into a 70-year-old man's home, assaulting him and robbing him. His bail remains at $75,000.
Officers seized 26 pounds of marijuana on Aug. 19.
Pure caffeine powder has been identified in several fatal overdoses.
Antonio Wright's bail was set at $750,000, according to the Courier Post.
People set themselves on fire and their peers film their reactions for social media.
The campaign runs Aug. 15-Sept. 1.
Jordan Holden, 19, died after being stabbed on Blackwood-Clementon Road.
A dark colored sedan drove through the police station's parking lot early Tuesday morning, nj.com reports.
West Deptford Police release their activity report.
Nysiah Brown, 14, was located Saturday night. She is safe and her family has been notified.
Nysiah Brown was reported missing from her home in the Fairview section on the city on Friday.
Thomas Rand was running the operation out of a storefront in Runnemede.
Michael Rinderele admitted to threatening a judge over parking tickets for his common law wife.
Aikan Chaifetz was dropped off at the wrong home and left unattended on July 8. He was also subjected to bullying by his teachers in 2012.
Steve Stallworth was charged in connection with the death of Tara Rogers Alicea, whose remains were found in the woods in EHT in January.
Daniel M. Thomson, 28, was charged with stealing and re-selling a total of $24,000 in jewelry and electronics.
The owner of Grasso's Landscaping was allegedly caught dumping a large load of grass clippings in a prohibited part of Lakeland Complex.
David Carr appealed, stating his legal representation was ineffective, even though he was acquitted on three of four counts against him.
The museum will be located in a room at Rowan College at Gloucester County.
The unidentified man collided with a Deptford Public Works dump truck on Wednesday.