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  1. OSHA Fines Company $152,000 In Teterboro Construction Worker's Death

    OSHA Fines Company $152,000 In Teterboro Construction Worker's Death

    TETERBORO, N.J. -- OSHA fined a South Jersey company $151,973 after a 26-year-old out-of-state worker fell 45 feet to his death on a Teterboro construction project last October.The worker was laying down new metal decking sheets using a screwgun on the roof of 125 North Street, near Huyler Street, when he slipped and fell around midnight Oct. 14 while trying to climb into an aerial lift ...

  2. Mahwah Police: Thieves Turn 1¼ Tons Of Cell Tower Batteries Into Quick Cash

    Mahwah Police: Thieves Turn 1¼ Tons Of Cell Tower Batteries Into Quick Cash

    MAHWAH, N.J. – A thief or thieves who snatched more than a ton of backup batteries from cell towers in Mahwah after removing locks and disabling alarms may have been at work elsewhere in the country, authorities said.Copper theft has been more common for a much longer time, but backup cell tower batteries – used by the carriers during power outages -- aren’t exactly new targets.Two ...

  3. Haworth Police Lieutenant Promoted, New Officer Welcomed

    Haworth Police Lieutenant Promoted, New Officer Welcomed

    HAWORTH, N.J. -- Haworth police toasted the promotion of new Lt. Michael Saudino Jr. and welcomed new Officer Anthony Butler during a council meeting Tuesday night.Left to right in photo above are:Officer James DiViteOfficer Anthony ButlerOfficer Gianluca RagoneDetective Alex YannuzziDetective Sgt. Justin FoxPolice Chief Michael GraceyLt. Michael Saudino Jr.Officer Tom ReineckeOfficer ...

  4. Paterson Man Charged With Attempted Murder In Shooting

    Paterson Man Charged With Attempted Murder In Shooting

    PATERSON, N.J. -- Paterson police, already having tracked down and charged suspects in a pair of killings, arrested a city man who they said shot another earlier this month.Criminal Warrant Squad detectives took Boris Capers, 45, into custody on attempted murder and weapons charges after finding him at a Straight Street residence late Tuesday morning, city Police Director Jerry Speziale ...

  5. Ridgefield Firefighters Rescue Pooch Trapped In Recliner Gears

    Ridgefield Firefighters Rescue Pooch Trapped In Recliner Gears

    RIDGEFIELD, N.J. -- A terrified pup quickly turned adoring Tuesday afternoon after Ridgefield firefighters rescued the furry Pomeranian-Husky mix from a sectional recliner's gears.The chair's coils twisted the 1-year-old Mia's thickly textured coat and skin into the mechanism, making it impossible for her to get free, Capt. David Brierty of Ridgefield Engine/Rescue Company No. 2 told ...

  6. Mother Abandons Baby At Clifton Library, Police Say

    Mother Abandons Baby At Clifton Library, Police Say

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- An Atlantic City woman abandoned her 13-month-old baby at the Clifton Public Library, said police who chased down the mother and got the boy into the custody of child welfare officials.The 33-year-old mother entered the Piaget Avenue library around noon Monday holding the baby in her arms, then left him and a bag of belonging with a volunteer and said she'd be right ...

  7. West Milford Woman: Road Rager Hit Me With Soda Bottle In Bloomingdale

    West Milford Woman: Road Rager Hit Me With Soda Bottle In Bloomingdale

    BLOOMINGDALE, N.J. -- Bloomingdale police turned to the public for help Tuesday investigating what a female driver told them was a road rage incident in which she said a soda bottle thrown through her window injured her face.The 55-year-old woman first took to Facebook with her account, which she then gave to police.It began around 6:30 a.m. Saturday in the Otterhole Road area of West ...

  8. Parked Fair Lawn Lumber Yard Truck Slammed By SUV, Sedan

    Parked Fair Lawn Lumber Yard Truck Slammed By SUV, Sedan

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. -- No one was hospitalized and no summonses were immediately issued after an SUV and a sedan both slammed into a parked lumber yard truck in Fair Lawn on Tuesday.The crash occurred in the same neighborhood that was closed off early Saturday after a dozen candles that looked like M-80s were placed in jars of baby food and left in the middle of intersections."Our ...

  9. 2nd Murder Arrest In 24 Hours: Paterson PD Nabs Accused Killer Of Boy, 16

    2nd Murder Arrest In 24 Hours: Paterson PD Nabs Accused Killer Of Boy, 16

    PATERSON, N.J. -- Members of the Paterson Police Warrant Squad nabbed a 21-year-old city man wanted on charges of killing a 16-year-old boy in February at his home Tuesday morning, authorities said.It was the department's second murder arrest in less than 24 hours -- and the second in the Feb. 4 shooting death of Kasir Davis and the wounding of a 17-year-old companion at an Auburn ...

  10. Prospect Park PD: Stoned Driver With Tinted Windows Had Heroin, Cocaine

    Prospect Park PD: Stoned Driver With Tinted Windows Had Heroin, Cocaine

    PROSPECT PARK, N.J. – A driver stopped by Prospect Park police who admitted he’d been smoking pot earlier had several ounces of heroin, along with cocaine and drug packaging materials in his car, authorities said Tuesday.Officer Daniel Rinaldi and Sgt. Amy Perlmutter stopped the 2008 Ford Focus for having tinted windows on East Main and North 6th Street late Sunday morning, Detective ...

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