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Roseland Police Department Promotes Two Lieutenants

September 13, 2018

ROSELAND, NJ — Sgt. Terry West and Sgt. Charles Ribaudo of the Roseland Police Department were officially promoted to the rank of lieutenant on Tuesday during a special swearing-in ceremony at the Roseland Borough Council meeting.

Members of the police department came out in force to support their colleagues as West and Ribaudo each took the oath of office, administered by ...

House Fire Displaces Roseland Family Wednesday Night

ROSELAND, NJ - A kitchen fire caused extensive damage to a Passaic Avenue home Wednesday evening.

According to Capt. Richard Costello of the Roseland Police Department, the fire, which was reported at 7:05 p.m., was brought under control within an hour. One Roseland police lieutenant on the scene sustained minor injuries, was treated at the hospital and released.

The residents of the ...

Roseland Police Investigate Fire on Passaic Avenue

ROSELAND, NJ — Roseland’s police and fire departments shut down Passaic Avenue in both directions from Eagle Rock Avenue to Harrison Avenue on Wednesday night in order to investigate a fire that occurred in the area, according to police.

The fire was reported to have occurred at 75 Passaic Avenue, and engines from Livingston and East Hanover assisted at the scene. No other ...

Stolen Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Crash and Fire in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD, NJ — The Fairfield Police Department has taken 15 reports of motor vehicle burglaries in the area of Henning Drive since the early-morning hours of Aug. 31, according to Fairfield police.

On Friday at approximately 2 a.m., Fairfield officers were called to 85 Henning Drive to investigate a burglary of a 2016 white GMC Acadia that was parked on the street.

The victim ...

Three Officers Sworn In, Four Promoted at Fairfield Police Department

FAIRFIELD, NJ - Family and friends filled the room at Fairfield's municipal building on Monday as Mayor James Gasparini and Police Chief Anthony Manna promoted officers Thomas Myers, Ian Rasmussen, Christopher Hlubik and Jeffrey Didyk to the rank of sergeant, and swore in John Seragusa, Felipe Maldonado and Rick Alves as Class II Special Police Officers for the ...

Fairfield Chief and Sergeants Receive Leadership Training in Ireland

FAIRFIELD, NJ — As part of a delegation from the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police, Fairfield Chief of Police Anthony G. Manna and Sergeants Michael Nyhuis and John McGrory traveled to Ireland over the summer to receive leadership and policing lessons from the Garda, Ireland’s national police force.

When the delegation first arrived in Dublin, officers had the opportunity ...

Former Fairfield McDonald’s Employee Faces Additional Charges of Theft and Fraud

FAIRFIELD, NJ — A former employee of the Fairfield McDonald’s who was arrested in July for credit card theft and fraudulent use of a credit card is now facing additional criminal charges after two more victims came forward, according to Fairfield Chief of Police Anthony G. Manna.

According to police, two individuals have come forward after seeing the news that Lory Neolien, ...

Family Dog Still Missing Following Multi-Vehicle Accident

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As of Friday morning, a Livingston family has still not been able to locate their dog, Roxie, who was in one of the cars involved in a multi-vehicle crash on Thursday afternoon.

Roxie was in a car the was traveling eastbound on Route 10 when the crash occurred, and she ran off in the area of Okner Parkway. Roxie is a white, 57-pound, white and fluffy female and ...

Parts of Fairfield Remain Flooded in Aftermath of Weekend Storm

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Nearly five inches of torrential rain that the National Weather Service reported to have fallen in the Caldwell-West Caldwell area on Saturday caused havoc on some Fairfield roads and homes as well.

Flash flood warnings were sent out as homeowners watched the water flow down from the mountains of North Caldwell to the lower areas of Fairfield above ...

Rotary Club Donates Funds to Caldwell Police to Purchase Drone

CALDWELL, NJ — The Rotary Club of the Caldwells (RCC) recently donated $5,000 to the Caldwell Police Department toward the purchase of a drone for the department to provide additional security for events like the annual Rotary/Kiwanis Street Fair.

On behalf of the RCC, president Samantha Cordaro McCoy said the club is “proud to help sponsor the drone and thankful for the ...


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