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Indicted on Multiple Charges of Extortion and Manufacturing Child Pornography for Allegedly Blackmailing Underage Girls
By NJ OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERALMarch 23, 2017
TRENTON - Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino announced that a man was indicted today on charges of extortion and manufacturing child pornography for allegedly using the Internet to blackmail five young teenage girls across the United States into posing nude and engaging in sexual conduct on web cameras while he recorded them.
Daniel Derringer III, 28, of Lake Worth, Fla., ...
By KAREN E. HUGHESMarch 23, 2017
MILLBURN, NJ - The Township Committee meeting opened to a packed house on Tuesday evening to welcome new Fire Chief Robert Echavarria and to honor departing Chief J. Michael Roberts. Echavarria assumes the mantle of Chief after a long career with the Millburn Fire Department. Business Administrator Alex McDonald gave a brief history of Echavarria's numerous accomplishments as a 22 year ...
By TAPINTO MONTCLAIR STAFFMarch 22, 2017
PATERSON, N.J. - The Essex County Prosecutors Office (ECPO) is on the scene in Newark at the Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC) investigating a second fetus found in just the last three weeks.
Earlier this month on March 2, the ECPO launched an investigation in a fetus that was found in one of the grates. That investigation is still ongoing.
Paterson is the biggest stake holder in ...
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFMarch 22, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - The Cleveland Grand Opera Company's calamitous and comical search to find a replacement for accidentally-drugged, world-famous tenor Tito Merelli forms the hilarious storyline of Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me A Tenor," which Summit's Stony Hill Players will bring to the Oakes Center stage beginning March 31.
Merelli, is invited to perform Otello by ...
By KAREN E. HUGHESMarch 22, 2017
MILLBURN, NJ - Emotions ran high Tuesday evening as the public discussion portion of the Township Committee meeting focused on a polarizing topic; Sanctuary or "Freedom" City status for Millburn.
Susannah Leisher and Liz Lacher stepped to the podium to address the Township Committee and present their three-point plan to get the conversation started with the committee and the ...
By DANIEL SIROTAMarch 21, 2017
MILLBURN, NJ – Millburn High School students and faculty were put under a Shelter in Place Tuesday morning after a faculty member had a medical emergency.
At approximately 10:55 A.M. Tuesday morning, the school nurse was paged over the loudspeaker to contact the main office immediately. Students assumed this was just some minor situation that would be resolved in the coming ...
By DANIELLE SANTOLAMarch 21, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Threats to the Jewish community continued in Livingston on Tuesday morning as the Livingston police and fire departments responded to a bomb threat at Temple Beth Shalom, located at 193 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue.
According to police, the building was evacuated and secured, but the investigation is continuing. The Essex County Sheriff’s Department, the Essex ...