Brown Faces Life in Brendan Tevlin Murder Case

March 6, 2018

NEWARK, NJ — In the case against Ali Muhammad Brown, who was charged with the murder of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin of Livingston, acting Essex County prosecutor, Robert Laurino announced on Tuesday that Brown pled guilty before Hon. Ronald Wigler, judge of the Superior Court. 

Brown fatally shot Tevlin at a stop light in West Orange on June 2014 after the Seton Hall ...

Man Faces Seven Years for Threats Against Livingston High School

NEWARK, NJ – The 19-year-old Hackensack man who posted threats against Livingston High School (LHS) on social media in 2016 has entered a guilty plea to eight counts related to the threats before the Hon. Judge Mark Nelson, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert Laurino.

“The internet is not some magical place where the law does not apply, even when suspects take ...

Livingston Rabbi Pleads "Not Guilty" to Defiant Trespassing at Congressman Lance’s Office

WESTFIELD, NJ — Six people who were arrested at a sit-in to support “dreamers” Feb. 6 at Congressman Leonard Lance’s Westfield office, including Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz of B’nai Abraham in Livingston, pleaded “not guilty” to defiant trespassing Tuesday morning at Westfield Municipal Court.

Dantowitz was arrested on Feb.

15 Accidents, One Arson Arrest and More From Livingston Police

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Wednesday's winter weather resulted in a total of 15 motor vehicle accidents in Livingston, including two separate accidents involving school busses with no passengers and one involving a private ambulance that was transporting a patient home, according to Livingston police. No injuries were reported.

In the past week, the Livingston Police ...

Pot Poll: Majority of NJ Opposes Legalized Marijuana


TRENTON, NJ – The majority of New Jerseyans oppose legalizing recreational marijuana, according to a recent survey conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University.  This marks the first time a recent poll in New Jersey has found less than 50 percent support for legalization.

According to ...

$100,000 Civil Penalty Filed Against Livingston Broker Who Defrauded Elderly Couple

NEWARK, NJ — A Livingston broker’s agent registration will be revoked and he will receive an imposition of $100,000 in civil monetary penalties against him and his company NJLI Advisors L.L.C. after defrauding an elderly couple of at least $280,000, according to Attorney General Gubrir Grewal and the New Jersey Bureau of Securities within the Division of Consumer ...

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