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Police Seize Drugs with Street Value of Over $1 Million in Morris County

September 22, 2018

NETCONG, NJ - Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp, Chief of Investigations Stephen Wilson, Jr., and Netcong Police Chief James Blesson announce the arrest of two drug traffickers and the seizure of approximately 10 kilograms of suspected heroin, 10 kilograms of suspected cocaine and $103,180 in U.S. currency.

On Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, a Netcong patrol officer conducted a stop ...

Retired Montville Police Officer Hired as Morris School District Special Law Enforcement Officer

MORRISTOWN, NJ - On the first day back to school, students and teaching staff at the Morris School District will be joined by six newly hired Special Law Enforcement Officers, dedicated to school safety and security.

"The Special Law Enforcement Officers (SLEO III's) will be responsible for the safety and security of their assigned school", stated Chief ...

Parsippany Woman Charged with Murder

PARSIPPANY, NJ - A Parsippany Woman has been charged with the murder of her mother who was found stabbed to death over the weekend in her apartment.  Lila Lucariello, age 33, of Parsippany has been charged with committing the crime.

Read full Press Release from the Morris County Prosecutor's office here:

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Parsippany-Troy Hills ...

Families Seek Help Finding Roxbury Runaways

ROXBURY, NJ – Two 15-year-old Roxbury boys with behavioral problems ran away from a residential facility last Friday and their relatives are asking for tips about their whereabouts.

The boys, Jason Stevens and Matthew Canfield, left the Bonnie Brae residential school for boys in Basking Ridge on Aug. 10, said Stevens’ grandmother, Annette Vilagos, and Canfield’s mother, ...

Morris County Residents Warned About Summer Motor Vehicle Burglaries and Thefts

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - Over the past month, there has been a rash of early morning motor vehicle burglaries and thefts across Morris County, with the burglars and thieves at work while most residents are asleep, according to Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon.

Most of these incidents are occurring between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., with criminals targeting cars parked in driveways or streets. In some ...

Four East Hanover Middle School Students Earn Art Honors in Project Pride

EAST HANOVER,N.J.- Amelia Politi just graduated from East Hanover Middle School and is headed to Morris County School of Technology this fall.  She leaves behind a winning legacy, along with four other eighth grade students who placed in the Morris County Council of Education Associations 2018 Project Pride.

Politi was a member of school art club. She explained how art ...

A Sign to Honor 90-Year-Old Roxbury Firefighter, Still Going Strong

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury’s longest-serving firefighter, Lou Bizzari of Ledgewood, will be honored in May with a special sign on the road where he lives.

Bizzari is 90 and he’s been a Roxbury firefighter for 69 years. The erection of a “street blade” on Mt. Arlington Boulevard would take place to coincide with him reaching 70 years of active ...

Glad to Call Roxbury Home: Percussionist Emedin Rivera Makes a Record

ROXBURY, NJ – In a way, drums brought Emmy Award winning percussionist Emedin Rivera to Roxbury 28 years ago.

He was living in a Bronx, N.Y. apartment at the time, a place that didn’t have enough room for all his percussion equipment. Rivera, known for playing drums, congas and other instruments simultaneously,  has a lot of equipment.

“One day, the landlord came up ...

New Central Park Access Road Moving Towards Summer Completion Gov. Chris Christie Drive Project Slightly Ahead of Schedule  

PARSIPPANY, NJ- Construction crews are beginning to work on the final phases of the new main access road for Central Park of Morris County, with the possibility of a late summer opening of the new Gov. Chris Christie Drive.

This new Central Park access road will run from West Hanover Avenue at a signalized intersection on the Parsippany and Morris Township border to Central Avenue, which ...

Prescription Drug Drop Installed at County Govt. Center in Morristown Offers Safe Disposal Site for Prescription Drugs

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Morris County employees and residents now have an additional location, inside the county government complex in Morristown, to safely and conveniently dispose of unwanted or leftover prescription drugs.

A new prescription drug drop box has been added to the lobby of the Morris County Administration and Records Building, which is located at 10 Court St. in Morristown, ...


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