Outside agency sought to provide police dispatchers

April 19, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK – Ever wanted to be a police dispatcher? New Brunswick is looking for you. The city, which has struggled to attract and retain sufficient staff for the job, is seeking proposals from outside agencies that could provide police dispatchers, officials said.

Currently the city has 12 dispatchers, three less than the 15 desired to fill all shifts.  The result has been ...

Editor of East Brunswick Sentinel charged with possessing child porn

EAST BRUNSWICK -  The editor of the East Brunswick Sentinel, the North Brunswick Sentinel, and the Cranbury Press has been charged with possession of child pornography following a legal search of his Cherry Hill home Tuesday.

Timothy Ronaldson, 35, has been charged with possession of child pornography, according to Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Cherry ...

State orders New Brunswick financial consultant to pay $750,000 for alleged Ponzi Scheme

NEW BRUNSWICK – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the New Jersey Bureau of Securities announced today that a New Brunswick man and his companies have been ordered to pay $750,000 for selling New Jersey investors more than $7 million worth of unregistered securities tied to an alleged $1.2 billion nationwide Ponzi scheme. 


Jeffrey Mitchell Isaacs, proprietor ...

Vo-Tech Assistant Superintendent and Piscataway Principal Charged with Theft, Conspiracy, Money Laundering and Burglary

NEW BRUNSWICK - Two administrators in the award-winning Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools have been arrested and charged with crimes related to their handling of funds dedicated to the schools.

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Police Chief Scott Cartmell of the Piscataway Police Department announced today that the Middlesex County Vocational & Technical ...

Former Gov. Florio, gun violence activists, offer blueprint

NEW BRUNSWICK - Former Gov. James Florio recalls a curious detail about his 1974 Congressional run in New Jersey’s 1st Legislative District: He had the support of the National Rifle Association. 

In today’s political climate, a nod from the gun lobby for a Democratic candidate who supports gun control is unthinkable. But 40 years ago, it was not a big ...

City Man Charged with Attempted Murder in Friday Shooting

NEW BRUNSWICK - A 25-year-old city man has been charged with shooting a man with a hollow-point bullet in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Quentin Avenue on Friday.

Authorities did not disclose any motive in the shooting. 

Police responded to a 911 call just after the 5:45 p.m. shooting Friday and found the victim laying in the parking lot. The victim ...

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