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  1. PHOTOS: Woman Suspected Of DWI Drives Wrong Way Into Hawthorne Car Wash

    PHOTOS: Woman Suspected Of DWI Drives Wrong Way Into Hawthorne Car Wash

    Hawthorne police took a drunken motorist into custody Thursday morning after she drove the wrong way into a car wash, authorities said.The entire bumper of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra came off in the incident at the Hawthorne Car Wash on Goffle Road around 10:30 a.m.A tow truck was summoned to remove the sedan as the 52-year-old Ridgewood woman -- who had a dog with her -- was taken into ...

  2. 3rd One: Bergenfield Man Accused Of Grabbing Woman's Butt In Paramus Charged In Dumont Incident

    3rd One: Bergenfield Man Accused Of Grabbing Woman's Butt In Paramus Charged In Dumont Incident

    A Bergenfield man charged with grabbing a woman's butt at a Marshalls in Paramus did the same in Dumont two years ago and more recently followed a woman and her granddaughter around a Closter shopping center, authorities said.The mother of the 19-year-old woman in the Marshalls incident in Paramus chased down Edward Evans, 53, and recorded him with her cellphone, Deputy Police Chief ...

  3. Disguised Garfield, Teaneck Bank Robber Gets Three Years In Federal Prison

    Disguised Garfield, Teaneck Bank Robber Gets Three Years In Federal Prison

    A Passaic woman who went on a two-month bank robbery spree with another woman that stretched from Teaneck to the Poconos last year -- and included them wearing hijabs and nuns' habits as disguises -- was sentenced Wednesday to 37 months in federal prison.There's no parole in the federal prison system, meaning that 24-year-old Melissa Aquino Arias will have to serve just about all of the ...

  4. Park Ridge Businessman Gets 61 Months In Fed Pen For Conning Toys R Us, Other Company Of $3M

    Park Ridge Businessman Gets 61 Months In Fed Pen For Conning Toys R Us, Other Company Of $3M

    A Park Ridge con man was sentenced Wednesday to 61 months in federal prison for using shell companies and phony invoices to scam both an international company he worked for and Toys R Us, where his now-deceased ex-wife had worked, out of $3 million.Philip Charles de Gruchy, 64, admitted conspiring to commit mail fraud and subscribing to false individual and corporate tax returns in U.S. ...

  5. Oradell Man Charged With Cutting Father's Throat

    Oradell Man Charged With Cutting Father's Throat

    An Oradell man cut his 79-year-old father’s throat at his parents’ home in an attempt to kill him, said authorities who charged him with attempted murder, among other counts.Nikolay Detinich survived his injuries while 37-year-old Sergey Detinich was taken into custody following a 911 call from the Forest Avenue home, Police Chief William Wicker said.The younger Detinich apparently put ...

  6. Paterson Dealer Admits Selling Thousands Of Heroin Pills Disguised As Percocet

    Paterson Dealer Admits Selling Thousands Of Heroin Pills Disguised As Percocet

    A Paterson drug dealer admitted in federal court in Newark on Wednesday that he made and sold thousands of heroin-packed pills that he made to look like Percocet.Juan Vidal, 33, told a U.S. District Court judge that he and fellow defendant Karen Rojas distributed thousands of pills he’d made at his home using a press for $5 each between this past February and April.A buyer who ...

  7. Police Suspect DWI In Hawthorne Crash

    Police Suspect DWI In Hawthorne Crash

    A collision in Hawthorne led to charges against one of the drivers, whom police suspected of driving under the influence.Borough police, firefighters and EMS responded to Tuesday's crash involving a Jeep and Volkswagen Jetta -- whose driver had to be extricated -- at the intersection of Goffel Road and Warburton Avenue.One driver was expected to be taken into custody for processing by ...

  8. Shooting Threat At High School Elsewhere Mistakenly Prompts Swift Action In Bogota

    Shooting Threat At High School Elsewhere Mistakenly Prompts Swift Action In Bogota

    Bogota police and school district officials moved quickly after a threat made by a student in Georgia was mistakenly thought to involve Bogota High School.The online threat against “BHS” actually was directed at Brunswick High School in that town, Bogota Schools Supt. Damien Kennedy said Tuesday.Officials there took a 16-year-old boy into custody after they said he threatened on the ...

  9. Arrangements Set For Beloved Fair Lawn Police Officer Edward Egan

    Arrangements Set For Beloved Fair Lawn Police Officer Edward Egan

    Funeral arrangements have been set for popular Fair Lawn patrolman Edward Egan, who died Monday at his home.Visitation is scheduled from 2 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Van Riper-Ellis-Broadway Baptist Church in Fair Lawn. A funeral service will begin at 7 p.m. at the church. Cremation will be private. Egan, who had been with the borough police department 27 years, was battling ...

  10. VIDEO/PHOTOS: Firefighters Rescue Driver After Car Falls Into Brook Off Route 208

    VIDEO/PHOTOS: Firefighters Rescue Driver After Car Falls Into Brook Off Route 208

    Hawthorne firefighters rescued a driver whose car barreled down an embankment and over a wall into Goffle Brook near Route 208 Tuesday night.The woman was alert and thanking Hawthorne firefighters through tears of joy as they turned a ladder into a makeshift basket and carried her over the wall before she was placed on a gurney and taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.The crash ...

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