MADISON, NJ - Governor Murphy has announced that there are now 1,914 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in New Jersey; of which 119 are in Morris County.  These numbers are expected to rise.

Police officers are the first ones to offer help and now they are asking residents to help them. They are in desperate need of supplies.They are in need of wipes, hand sanitizers and masks.

If you have any of these supplies, please consider donating. Donations can be dropped off at the front door of Police Headquarters or Madison residents can call 973-593-3000 and Madison Police Officers will come and pick them up from residents.

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"Thank you for thinking of us", said Lieutenant John R. Miscia of the Madison Police Department.  "Our officers are still providing the same level of professionalism and safety/security to our residents during this difficult patch in time". 

 

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