Area Activists to Host “Vigil Against Hate” After White Nationalist Attacks

August 13, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Across the country and in national media, many folks are asking a stinging question: What's wrong with the United States?

That thought came, of course, as a reaction to violence committed by white nationalists and members of the so-called Alt Right this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, who were there to rally against the removal of a ...

Three Charged After Allegedly Attempting To Rob Route 1 AT&T Store

WEST WINDSOR, NJ – Three people are in custody after allegedly trying to rob the AT&T store on Route 1 Tuesday night, police said.

Police charged Gregory T. Smith, 53, and Benjamin Green, 47, both of Philadelphia with robbery, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, unlawful possession of a weapon and kidnapping, after they allegedly tried to rob the store, located in the ...

Bound Brook Man Charged in Shop Rite Robbery


SOMERVILLE, NJ – A Bound Brook man has been charged with ...

3 Men with Guns Suspected in New Brunswick Carjacking

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A carjacking late last night has city cops searching for three suspects in the armed robbery, according to an announcement from the New Brunswick Police Department.

The carjacking took place at 11:58 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, on the 100 block of Townsend Street, Capt. J.T. Miller said in a press release.

The owner of a 2007 black Nissan Murano stood outside his parked ...

Father and Son Arrested for Trade Name Fraud

SOMERVILLE, NJ - A father and his son, both from Pennsylvania, face charges of fraudulently obtaining New Jersey Certificates of Trade from the Somerset County Clerk's Office, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson

Anthony C. Innarella, 60, of Willow Lane, Kunkletown, Pa. and his son Anthony A. Innarella, 32, of Applewood Drive, Bethlehem, Pa. both faces ...

Man Alleges New Brunswick Cops Beat Him, Waited Hours to Call for Medical Care

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A man who was arrested by city police in December 2015 has filed a civil complaint against two officers, the city, the police department and others, alleging police broke his ribs, punctured a lung and waited for hours to get him medical treatment.

Attorneys for New Brunswick and its police officers, meanwhile, have submitted subsequent court documents denying any ...

Hospital Worker Gets 12 Years for Sexually Assaulting Patient

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A man who sexually assaulted two patients—including one at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital—is slated to serve 12 years in prison, according to an announcement from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.

Richard Smith, 42, worked as a patient care technician at the New Brunswick hospital when he committed the first offense. He harmed his ...

Video Footage: Police Nab Suspected Route 1 Liquor Store Thief

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Police arrested a Trenton man Friday that they believe is responsible for stealing an estimated $1,000 in liquor from two township stores in the last week.

Police said they were called to Viking Liquors in the South Brunswick Square Mall on Route 1 at 4:30 p.m. Friday after a man allegedly stole bottles of liquor and fled the store.

Resident, and store patron, Al ...

After Victim Dies, Murder Charge for Alleged New Brunswick Shooter

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The woman who was shot last Friday in New Brunswick has died of her injuries, according to an announcement from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office and the city’s police department.

Desiree Alvarado, of New Brunswick, died at 5:20 p.m. yesterday, July 18, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, authorities said. She was 38.

Alvarado was shot on ...

Woman in Critical Condition After New Brunswick Shooting

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Police are investigating a shooting that sent a woman to the hospital on Friday in New Brunswick.

The shooting occurred late in the morning of July 14 on 7th Street, New Brunswick Police Capt. J.T. Miller told TAPinto New Brunswick.

The victim sustained injuries and was brought to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, where she was in critical condition as of ...

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