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Edison Police Officer Arrested, Charged with Tampering Evidence

December 13, 2018

Edison, NJ - Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan announced that an Edison police officer was arrested and charged today with tampering with evidence and the obstruction of a criminal investigation.

Nicholas R. Lunetta, 31, an Edison Police Officer from Scotch Plains, has been charged with one count of tampering with evidence and one count of ...

Google CEO summoned before Congress — Congress asks all the wrong questions.

Washington, DC —Sundar Pichai, Google CEO was summoned Tuesday, Dec. 11, by the U.S. Congress to testify to the House Judiciary Committee about search results being politically slanted by an “algorithmic bias.”  

Covering up breaches of sensitive user data and Google’s plans to build a search engine for the Chinese government was also on tap in what was ...

Driver Charged in Crash that Killed Michael Sot Makes Court Appearance

TRENTON, NJ – The driver of the vehicle that slammed into Clark native, Michael Sot, 20 and his friends made an appearance in court on Wednesday. 

Last week the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office filed a motion to detain David Lamar, 22.  The judge at yesterday’s hearing delayed the detention hearing, claiming he need more time to make a decision according to a report ...

Daniel Island Community Rallies for Solidarity

DANIEL ISLAND, SC- On Saturday evening, people of all generations and faiths gathered in candlelight during a peaceful demonstration of solidarity for the “Candles and Candles” event at the Volvo Cars Stadium on Daniel Island. Residents illuminated tea lights and united to make a strong statement against hate crimes, particularly the murders of 11 Jews at the Tree of Life Synagogue in ...

Union Man Charged in Credit Card Thefts

NEWARK, N.J. – A Union man was among two North Jersey men charged for their respective roles in a conspiracy that used stolen credit cards removed from the mail by U.S. Postal Service (USPS) employees to defraud banks that issued the cards, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

Olagoke Araromi, 22, of Union, and Elhadj Fofana, of Orange, are charged with one count each of bank fraud ...

Residents Hire Attorney to Fight Cell Tower Plan

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Banding together, some Mahopac residents have hired an attorney to help them prevent a 180-foot cell tower from being erected in their neighborhood.

Danbury-based Homeland Towers has two applications before the Planning Board. One would build a tower on residential property on Dixon Road and a second would build at 254 Croton Falls Road, property owned by Richard ...

Google CEO summoned before Congress — Congress asks all the wrong questions.

Washington, DC —Sundar Pichai, Google CEO was summoned Tuesday, December 11, by the US Congress to testify to the House Judiciary Committee about search results being politically slanted by an “algorithmic bias.”  

Covering up breaches of sensitive user data and Google’s plans to build a search engine for the Chinese government was also on tap in what was ...

Authorities Reveal Name of Injured Mt. Arlington Officer

MOUNT ARLINGTON, NJ - The Mount Arlington police officer struck by a vehicle Tuesday evening was identified today as Sgt. James DiStasio.

The Morris County Prosecutor's Office revealed DiStasio's name in an afternoon press release, but added it is not going to say much else about the incident for now - including the extent of the sergeant's injuries or the names ...

Camden Man Charged With November Killing of Sicklerville Man

CAMDEN, NJ— A 24-year-old Camden man has been charged with shooting and killing Elijah Jackson on Nov. 27.

Jacob Rodriguez, 24, of Camden, was charged with first degree murder today, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office announced.

On the morning of Nov. 27, Camden County police responded to 7th and State streets just after 10:30 a.m. and found Jackson, 39, of Sicklerville, ...

Investigators Looking Asking for the Public’s Help to Locate Suspect in Fatal Pedestrian Hit-and-run

ELIZABETH, NJ - Authorities investigating a hit-and-run that claimed the life of a pedestrian in Elizabeth on Thanksgiving night are looking to the public to help find the suspect. 

Investigators have identified the type of vehicle involved and are now asking anyone with possible information in an effort to help solve the crime to contact them says, acting Union County Prosecutor Michael ...

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ADL Welcomes NJ Attorney General’s Immigrant Trust Directive

December 10, 2018

NEW YORK, NY - In response to the New Jersey Attorney General’s announcement last week of a new Immigrant Trust Directive, ADL’s New York / New Jersey Regional Director Evan Bernstein released the following statement:

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“We welcome Attorney General Grewal’s release of the ...