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Jack Fernandez, Teen Who Went Missing in Bloomfield Has Been Found

May 24, 2017

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Jack Fernandez, the Bloomfield teenager who was last seen by his parents on Monday has been located.

TAPinto Bloomfield shared the Bloomfield Police Department's request for help in finding Jack earlier today.

Missing Endangered Juvenile from Bloomfield Essex County

This is a developing story and details will be shared once known. 

 

Update......Police Identify Body Found at Fort Nonsense

MORRISTOWN, NJ- Authorities have announced that the body found on Tuesday night at Fort Nonsense was that of a 52 year old male. The cause and manner of death are still pending. The police have stated that they believe this to be an isolated incident and there is no threat to the community.

Park Rangers were notified of a possible deceased male in the area of Fort Nonsense Park just before ...

Breaking News....Dead Body Found At Fort Nonsense Park in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A dead body was found on a trail at Fort Nonsense this evening, according to the initial report from Breaking News Network (BNN).  The report was received just before 8pm on Tuesday evening. National Park Police and Major Crimes were notified.

The circumstances surrounding the incident are unknown at this time. More information will be posted when its available.

Morris Township Police Alert Residents to an Increase in Thefts

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Recently, there has been an increase in thefts from motor vehicles during the over night hours. The Morris Township Police Department is reminding residents to lock car doors and remove all valuables when leaving your vehicle. 

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Morristown Launches "Safe Place" Program

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown Bureau Police Department and Mayor Timothy Dougherty announced the launch of the new ‘Morristown Safe Place’ program as a way to help members help reduce hate crimes within the LGBTQ community. The program follows a similar model developed by the Seattle Police Department back in 2015 by Officer Jim Ritter who also traveled to Morristown for this event.

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