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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Reports Of Mahwah Threat Prompt Young Boy To Bring Pellet Gun To School

    Reports Of Mahwah Threat Prompt Young Boy To Bring Pellet Gun To School

    MAHWAH, N.J. -- A frightened Mahwah youngster brought an airsoft gun to his elementary school with him  Friday morning amid heightened security prompted by a purported threat by a middle schooler."He had no intention of causing harm," Schools Supt. C. Lauren Schoen said.Schoen also announced the creation of a district hotline to report any and all tips, information and ...

  2. Woodland Park Fish 'N Chips Dinner Benefits West Paterson First Aid Squad

    Woodland Park Fish 'N Chips Dinner Benefits West Paterson First Aid Squad

    WOODLAND PARK, N.J. – Celebrating its 61th year of serving the community, the West Paterson First Aid Squad hosts its annual Fish ‘N Chips Dinner on Wednesday, March 14. Proceeds go to training and buying new equipment for the volunteer organization.The event runs from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at American Legion Post #238 at 410 Mount Pleasant Ave. in Woodland Park.Dinners include fish or ...

  3. UPDATE: Northbound Rt. 17 Remains Closed After Crash In Upper Saddle River

    UPDATE: Northbound Rt. 17 Remains Closed After Crash In Upper Saddle River

    UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J. -- (UPDATE) A box truck slammed into a utility pole on northbound Route 17 in Upper Saddle River early Saturday night, igniting a chain reaction that kept the highway closed for hours.The pole snapped in half, downing wires across the highway -- which fell onto a tour bus and Jeep in the southbound lanes.No serious injuries were immediately reported in the crash ...

  4. Mahwah Police Rescue Boy, 11, Hip-Deep In Mud

    Mahwah Police Rescue Boy, 11, Hip-Deep In Mud

    MAHWAH, N.J. -- Swift-moving Mahwah police rescued an 11-year-old boy who got stuck in a muddy marsh late Saturday afternoon.Responding to a 911 call Officer Thomas Mitchell found the boy submerged up to his hip in an area behind Linden and Mark Twain Way. He grabbed a rope from his police cruiser and, with the help of fellow Officers Liam Kantanas, Keith Iorio and Daniel Stewart, had ...

  5. UPDATE: Northbound Rt. 17 Remains Closed After Crash In Upper Saddle River

    UPDATE: Northbound Rt. 17 Remains Closed After Crash In Upper Saddle River

    UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J. -- (UPDATE) A box truck slammed into a utility pole on northbound Route 17 in Upper Saddle River early Saturday night, igniting a chain reaction that kept the highway closed for hours.The pole snapped in half, downing wires across the highway -- which fell onto a tour bus and Jeep in the southbound lanes.No serious injuries were immediately reported in the crash ...

  6. Mahwah Police Seize Drugs, Bust Two In Raid On Hotel Room Near High School

    Mahwah Police Seize Drugs, Bust Two In Raid On Hotel Room Near High School

    MAHWAH, N.J. -- Cocaine, Oxycodone and pot were among the drugs being sold from a hotel room near Mahwah High School, said police who busted a couple staying there.Investigating a tip, Detective Michael Grassi and Officer Matthew Buonocore and Officer Liam Kantanas watched the Route 17 hotel for four days before obtaining a search warrant and raiding the room, Police Chief James N. ...

  7. Student Jailed After 'Alarming' Instagram Gun Post Closed Nutley Schools

    Student Jailed After 'Alarming' Instagram Gun Post Closed Nutley Schools

    An 18-year-old Nutley High School student remained jailed Saturday after authorities said he posted an "alarming" Instagram video that included images of teens shooting a handgun at a firing range along with photos of his school and students in a classroom.Alhough he wasn't deemed a threat, the video led to charges of creating a false public alarm against Joseph Rafanello, ...

  8. Front Window Of Former Elmwood Park Pizzeria Smashed Overnight

    Front Window Of Former Elmwood Park Pizzeria Smashed Overnight

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. -- Someone smashed a front window at a former pizza place in Elmwood Park overnight Saturday.Police said they were investigating the criminal mischief incident at the vacant storefront that once housed Fratelli's Coal Burning Pizza on Route 46.Records show the property was listed for sale in September 2016.

  9. Police: 500 Fake Credit Cards Found Before Florida Fraudster Hits Newark

    Police: 500 Fake Credit Cards Found Before Florida Fraudster Hits Newark

    After finding 500 bogus credit and gift cards in his checked luggage, police at Orlando Airport called ahead to their Port Authority colleagues, who arrested a convicted con man as he got off a plane in Newark, authorities said.Robert Smith-Merced, 46, Kissimmee FL, "was unaware that the luggage holding the fraudulent cards was still being held by authorities in Orlando" when ...

  10. Passaic Sheriff's Detectives Charge Paterson Pair With 1.4 Pounds Of Coke

    Passaic Sheriff's Detectives Charge Paterson Pair With 1.4 Pounds Of Coke

    PATERSON, N.J. -- Passaic County sheriff's detectives seized nearly 1½ pounds of cocaine while arresting two brothers near a local high school, authorities said.A month-long investigation led to the arrests of city residents Daniel A. Hernandez, 38, and Alexis E. Hernandez, 32, at 86 Murray Street, Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said.Detectives were watching Thursday night, he said, when ...

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