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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Bergenfield PD: NJ Bail Reform Sets Man Free After Brothers Jump Officer

    Bergenfield PD: NJ Bail Reform Sets Man Free After Brothers Jump Officer

    BERGENFIELD N.J. – A Bergenfield police captain blasted New Jersey’s bail reform law Saturday for allowing one of two brothers who ganged up on a police officer hours earlier to be freed while the officer was being hospitalized.Officer Adam Fingeroth approached a group gathered on Howard Drive in the Foster Village apartment complex just before 12:30 a.m. Saturday and asked Junior ...

  2. Volunteer In Knights' Coin Collection Drive Struck By Car In Rochelle Park

    Volunteer In Knights' Coin Collection Drive Struck By Car In Rochelle Park

    ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- A 58-year-old volunteer from Maywood who was collecting coins during the Knights of Columbus annual collection drive in Rochelle Park was struck by a car just before noon Saturday.The victim sustained a facial injury after being struck near the corner of Passaic Street and Rochelle Avenue, Lt. Dean Pinto said.The victim was conscious when the Rochelle Park ...

  3. Authorities: Paterson Man Killed, Second Wounded In Hail Of Gunfire

    Authorities: Paterson Man Killed, Second Wounded In Hail Of Gunfire

    PATERSON, N.J. – A 29-year-old Paterson man was riddled with bullets on a city street overnight Saturday and authorities were looking for his killer.Vishon Randolph was struck several times in the area of Straight and Montgomery streets, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale said in a joint statement.A 22-year-old Paterson man also was ...

  4. Fair Lawn PD: Baby Food Jars Left In Intersections Held Black Candles

    Fair Lawn PD: Baby Food Jars Left In Intersections Held Black Candles

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. -- A dozen or so small bags left at several Fair Lawn intersections early Saturday held baby food jars containing black candles that at first looked like M-80s, police said.Streets were closed off and residents asked to remain in their homes while the Bergen County Bomb Squad checked out the packages, which were left in the center of intersections on Rosalie Street from ...

  5. Bicyclist Struck In River Vale

    Bicyclist Struck In River Vale

    RIVER VALE, N.J. - A bicyclist was hospitalized after being struck Saturday morning in River Vale, Old Tappan Police Chief Thomas Shine confirmed.Poplar Road remained closed through late morning following the crash, which occurred just before 9 a.m. near the wildlife reserve.The Hillsdale Volunteer Ambulance Service transported the victim.(NOTE: An earlier version of this story said the ...

  6. Wayne PD: Carjacked Driver Endures Night Of Terror From Released Ex-Con

    Wayne PD: Carjacked Driver Endures Night Of Terror From Released Ex-Con

    WANYE, N.J. -- An ex-con wearing an ankle bracelet while awaiting trial in an Elmwood Park armed robbery carjacked a night school student at the Wayne McDonalds drive-thru, then forced him to drive around Paterson for nearly six hours, having the victim pull money from his ATM so he could buy drugs and pick up hookers, authorities charged.Taravis Mann -- who was freed under New Jersey's ...

  7. Passaic Welfare Worker Charged With Stealing Food Stamps

    Passaic Welfare Worker Charged With Stealing Food Stamps

    PATERSON, N.J. – A Passaic County welfare worker tapped the food stamp cards of five recipients to buy more than $500 worth of good for herself, said authorities who arrested her on Friday.Carol Austin, 61, of Paterson, was working as a clerk for the Passaic County Board of Social Services when she “used food stamp benefits contained on Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards that did ...

  8. Rochelle Park PD: Bear Mountain Trip Delayed For Pot-Toting Philly Driver

    Rochelle Park PD: Bear Mountain Trip Delayed For Pot-Toting Philly Driver

    ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- A tailgating Philadelphia driver headed to Bear Mountain for the weekend had pot hidden in a gum box and resealable food package when a Rochelle Park police officer pulled him over Friday afternoon on Route 17, authorities told Daily Voice.Officer Jared Shatkin was talking with Sean P. Rhein, 26, and other occupants when he smelled raw marijuana inside the car ...

  9. Foundation Keeps Memory Of Popular Emerson Athlete Alive By Helping Others

    Foundation Keeps Memory Of Popular Emerson Athlete Alive By Helping Others

    EMERSON, N.J. -- As always, a May 5 buffet dinner will be the only fundraiser that the Eric Ayala Memorial Foundation holds this year -- yet it will do so much for so many with your help, organizers of the Emerson-based non-profit say.Eric Ayala was a three-sport Emerson High School athlete who died on May 8, 2000 at the age of 23, six years after he was graduated from Emerson ...

  10. Lodi PD Investigating Whether Accused Robber Held Up Route 46 Gas Station

    Lodi PD Investigating Whether Accused Robber Held Up Route 46 Gas Station

    LODI, N.J. -- Lodi detectives were trying to determine Friday whether a man captured by Ramsey police who said he took $560 at gunpoint from a Route 17 gas station Thursday night is the same one who tried to hold up a Route 46 station less than 90 minutes earlier.Frank Joseph Diaz, 22, of Mahwah pointed a BB gun that resembled a Glock semi-automatic handgun at a Valero station attendant ...

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