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Calling All Applicants: Clark Fire Department Seeking New Members

November 8, 2018

CLARK, NJ – The Clark Fire Department is seeking additional members to join its ranks. Fire Chief Frank Cerasa recently spoke with TAPinto Clark about the recruitment efforts.

“[We’re] looking for as many [new members] as we can get,” explained Cerasa, who is open to recruiting both older and younger members. Cerasa will consider applications from non-trained applicants ...

Shoplifters Caught and Charged After Fleeing Marshalls in Clark

CLARK, NJ - A shoplifting incident at Marshall's went awry on Tuesday night when two suspects accused of cutting security tags off merchandise were approached by security personnel in the store around 5 p.m.   

According to Clark Police Chief Pedro Matos, a female suspect pushed passed security and ran out of the store with a man suspected of shoplifting with her.  ...

Hospitalized Westfield Cop OK After Drug Exposure In Clark

CLARK, NJ – A Westfield police officer rushed to the hospital after falling ill from exposure to an unknown drug found in a suspect’s car Monday night has since returned to work, police said Tuesday.

At about 9:15 p.m., officers stopped a vehicle alleged to have been involved in shoplifting in the 200 block of West South Avenue, Sgt. Michael Walsh of the Westfield Police ...

Afternoon Motor Vehicle Accident at Clark Intersection Causes Traffic Delays

CLARK, NJ - Traffic was snarled  around 3 p.m.on Saturday after a multi-car collision with injuries.  According to Clark Police Chief Pedro Matos a two car accident at the intersection of Westfield Avenue and Raritan Road sent one person to a nearby hospital and caused major traffic congestion for motorists in the area.  

Clark Police were on the scene to ...

Clark Police Charge 24 Year Old With String of Car Burglaries

CLARK, NJ - A 24 year old was charged on Wednesday with eight counts of burglary to a motor vehicle and six counts of theft after a string of vehicle burglaries in Clark last month according to Clark Police.  Detectives allege Jonathan A. Joseph, of Springfield Avenue in Newark is responsible for the September 4 incidents around town.

On September 11 Clark Police ...


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