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Caldwell Lieutenant Files Notice of Intent to Sue Borough of Caldwell and Police Chief

August 23, 2016

CALDWELL, NJ — Caldwell Police Lt. Michael Geary has filed an official notice of intent to sue both the Borough of Caldwell and Police Chief James Bongiorno.

Geary's attorney, Patrick Toscano of the Toscano Law Firm in Caldwell, said Geary would “not sit idly by and allow a superior officer to wrongfully and maliciously violate his constitutional rights.” Toscano ...

West Orange Man Sought in Chatham Jewelry Store Armed Robbery Now in Custody

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Raiys Grimes, 35, of West Orange, who had an arrest warrant issued for him in relation to the July 28 armed robbery of Crescent Jewelers in Chatham, turned himself in to authorities on Friday.

Morris County Superior Court Judge Ira Cohen set his bail at $200,000. Grimes and Michael Reed, 46, of Newark, have been charged with the armed robbery. A gun and some of the ...

West Orange Man Still at Large in Connection with Armed Robbery of Chatham Jewelers

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Prosecutor's office announced Tuesday that Newark resident Michael Reed is in custody while 36-year-old Raiys Grimes of West Orange is still at large in connection with the July 28 armed robbery of Chatham's Crescent Jewelers.

Convicted felon Reed, 46, is charged with being one of three males who conspired to commit the robbery.

Caldwell Lieutenant Files Notice of Intent to Sue Borough of Caldwell and Police Chief

August 23, 2016

CALDWELL, NJ — Caldwell Police Lt. Michael Geary has filed an official notice of intent to sue both the Borough of Caldwell and Police Chief James Bongiorno.

Geary's attorney, Patrick Toscano of the Toscano Law Firm in Caldwell, said Geary would “not sit idly by and allow a superior officer to wrongfully and maliciously violate his constitutional rights.” Toscano ...

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DUI Case Opens Door To Further Discovery In Municipal Court

Pursuant to the state Supreme Court’s ruling in State v. Stein, a driving under the influence (DUI) N.J.S.A. 39:4-50) matter, municipal court prosecutors must turn over evidence from all jurisdictions involved in an arrest.

The Supreme Court’s ruling overturned both the trial and Appellate Division rulings on the matter.

Robert Stein was involved in a motor vehicle ...