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  1. Prosecutor: Mexican Duo Nabbed With $3M In Heroin, Meth, Fentanyl, ICE Issues Detainers

    Prosecutor: Mexican Duo Nabbed With $3M In Heroin, Meth, Fentanyl, ICE Issues Detainers

    Two brothers from Sinaloa, Mexico were caught in Hasbrouck Heights with dozens of pounds of heroin, crystal meth and fentanyl worth a combined $3 million on the street, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced Tuesday.Rumulo Chaidez Medrano, 26, and Arcenio Chaidez Medrano, 36, were carrying nearly 29 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, more than seven pounds of heroin, ...

  2. SEEN HIM? Hackensack Bank Robbed

    SEEN HIM? Hackensack Bank Robbed

    Police were searching for a man who robbed a TD Bank branch in Hackensack of $700 Tuesday morning.Area schools were locked down as police searched for the bearded, 5-foot-10-inch robber, who struck just after 9 a.m. at the bank at 540 River Street near the FDU campus wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a cap.No weapon was shown, Capt. Peter Busciglio said.Detectives were interviewing those ...

  3. More Hateful Symbols Reported Found At Pascack Valley High School

    More Hateful Symbols Reported Found At Pascack Valley High School

    As calls for healing intensified, more symbols of hate were found at Pascack Valley High School -- for what is now the third time in less than two months, officials said.Students said homophobic and racial slurs were drawn on plaques honoring former high school players on one of the baseball field's dugouts."It is unfortunate that we are once again facing a situation where one or more ...

  4. Bogota PD: Pair Broke Into Apartment, Assaulted Borough Man

    Bogota PD: Pair Broke Into Apartment, Assaulted Borough Man

    Two ex-cons broke into a Bogota apartment to settle a score with another man, then fled after assaulting him, authorities said.Gregory Owen Cannell, 53, and William E. Hafner, 56, were found by city police in Hackensack after the 6 p.m. burglary and assault in the 200 block of Ridgefield Avenue on Sunday, Sgt. Geoffrey Cole said.Both men “had broken through a window and entered an ...

  5. BEWARE: Don't Fall For Facebook 'Secret Sister' Gift Exchange

    BEWARE: Don't Fall For Facebook 'Secret Sister' Gift Exchange

    A seasonal scam is back: By participating in a Facebook "secret sister" gift exchange, you won’t receive anything – you’ll just be a fool.It began three Christmases ago, according to Snopes.com, when social media users began getting messages urging them to send a gift worth $10 to someone on a “sister list.”In return, the post said, they would get them three dozen presents – that’s ...

  6. Police: Recent Little Ferry Car Burglary Victim Chases Down Thief Who Broke Into Neighbor's Car

    Police: Recent Little Ferry Car Burglary Victim Chases Down Thief Who Broke Into Neighbor's Car

    A recent car burglary victim from Little Ferry helped police catch a repeat offender who'd just broken into his neighbor's car early Sunday.The Good Samaritan followed 20-year-old Jason Castro down Merhrhof Road after seeing him inside his neighbor's car just before dawn, Detective Sgt. Ronald Klein Jr. said."It's him!" the 50-year-old resident said, pointing out Castro to responding ...

  7. NJ Bail Reform Strikes Again: Judge Frees Fair Lawn Woman Accused Of Shooting Man In Face

    NJ Bail Reform Strikes Again: Judge Frees Fair Lawn Woman Accused Of Shooting Man In Face

    Police were shocked to learn that a Fair Lawn woman charged with attempted murder after authorities said she shot a man in the face was released from jail over the weekend.Sharese Peeples spent nine days in the Bergen County Jail before a judge ordered her release with conditions, pending further court action, under New Jersey's 2017 bail reform law."We’re usually quiet about this ...

  8. Police Seek Help Finding Hit-Run SUV That Struck Bicyclist In Tenafly

    Police Seek Help Finding Hit-Run SUV That Struck Bicyclist In Tenafly

    Tenafly police turned to the public for help finding an SUV driver who struck a bicyclist Saturday afternoon, breaking the victim's leg.The 28-year-old victim also had facial cuts when taken to Hackensack University Medical Center after the crash on County Road near Mahan Street around 4:15 p.m., Capt. Michael deMoncada said.Surveillance video from a local business shows another ...

  9. 2nd Discovery Of Swastikas At Pascack Valley HS In 6 Weeks Comes At Particularly Troubling Time

    2nd Discovery Of Swastikas At Pascack Valley HS In 6 Weeks Comes At Particularly Troubling Time

    Although some suspect the work of ignorant delinquents, the discovery of swastikas for the second time in six weeks at Pascack Valley High School comes at a time that most say makes it particularly troubling.Most notably, there was the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting – the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history – by a man who authorities said posted Nazi symbols online.Before that, ...

  10. Waldwick Police Revive OD'd Van Driver At Intersection

    Waldwick Police Revive OD'd Van Driver At Intersection

    A trio of Waldwick police officers revived a heroin-carrying driver who passed out from an overdose behind the wheel of a van stopped at an intersection, authorities said Saturday.Sgt. David Passaretti and Officers Dylan Ritondale and Michael Sinclair began CPR after finding the 30-year-old driver on the ground next to the van, which was stopped at Sheridan Avenue and East Prospect ...

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