Map. History of New Jersey conflict

22 September 2018
Two 14-year-olds were taken into custody and charged with making terroristic threats and creating false public alarm after threatening Friday to participate in a school shooting, Lumberton police said
Police across several states are looking for a New Jersey man who disappeared on his way to see family in New Hampshire. William Masters' family expected him to arrive in Londonderry by early afternoon Saturday. But no one has seen him since he stopped at a Manchester gas station that morning.
Police in Howell, New Jersey, have arrested a man who they said stalked two different women with the goal of robbing them at knifepoint
A bus driver in New Jersey is seen to have run through caution tape cordoning off a street, and dangerously using traffic cones to move downed power lines after a nor'easter brought heavy snow and wind to the area.
Authorities are seeking help from the public in identifying a woman whose body was found in a lake a week ago. Essex County officials said the woman's body was one of two bodies found March 3 in Weequahic Park in Newark. Officials said the deaths didn't appear to be related
6 month ago
Clifton police and fire save pick-up truck from going off hill
6 month ago
1 hurt in house fire in Pemberton Lakes, N.J.
Authorities say a man died in New Jersey after he drove his car around some traffic cones meant to warn motorists to stay away from a downed live wire. Police in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, say it appears the vehicle hit the wire, which sparked a fire that engulfed the car at about 9 a.m. Thursday.
More than 458,000 homes and businesses are still without power Friday morning as the East Coast recovers from two deadly winter storms
Tens of thousands of New Jersey residents remained in the dark Friday morning after two major snowstorms caused power outages. Utility officials told News 12 New Jersey that over 300,000 customers were without power during the height of the storm Wednesday. Officials said that 17,000 of the more than 300,000 customers were previously without power from last Friday’s snowstorm.
A 13-year-old has been arrested and charged with making and online threat Tuesday morning against schools in Bayonne, according to Mayor Jimmy Davis
Gov. Phil Murphy has declared a state of emergency statewide, beginning at 8 p.m. tonight.
More than 40,000 remain without power in NJ as second nor'easter approaches
Two women were arrested this weekend after a massive brawl and stabbing at a Chuck E. Cheese in New Jersey, police said. The fight happened Sunday at 6:11 p.m. when Deptford Police were called to the Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant on 1500 Almonesson Road in Deptford on a report of a disturbance, police said
Police officers will be stationed at all schools in Bayonne Monday morning following a threat made on Twitter. On Friday, someone tweeted a threat to shoot up all Bayonne Public Schools, officials said. Schools will not be closed. There will be Bayonne Police stationed at every school along with additional administrators to each building
Police in Andover, New Jersey say a man was killed by downed power lines during the storm that rampaged up and down the East Coast. NJ.com reports that the 41-year-old man came in contact with live power lines
A man from North Carolina is facing DWI and other charges after police say he crashed into a police car and seriously injured a township officer. Police say one of their officers, identified as Officer Rudolph, was blocking traffic on the Black Horse Pike at Route 50 due to downed wires from the storm when a car crashed into his patrol car
A Ridgewood woman is in the hospital after a tree landed on top of her. Police say the woman was walking her dog near the intersection of Woodland Avenue and Heights Road just after 11:30 a.m. when the wind knocked over the tree. It landed on her leg.
A Belleville man has been charged in what prosecutors say is the first case since the state expanded a law that bans sexually suggestive images of minors
Approaching the 2 hour mark for a fire that broke-out inside a duplex home on the 6-hundred block of Hickory Street in Delanco, NJ. Fire started around 3am. At least one person has been taken to the hospital
One person is dead following a house fire Wednesday morning in Edison. The fire was reported around 5 a.m. at a home on Livingston Avenue
A Paterson police officer has been arrested and charged in connection with with a drunken driving crash, officials said. Authorities said Christopher Astacio was driving with two passengers when he crashed into a city train trestle near Straight and Fulton streets in December.
A gunman killed himself after shooting a woman in New Jersey early Wednesday after a three-hour deadly standoff, police said
A deadly standoff rocked a New Jersey neighborhood overnight. SWAT responded to Roosevelt Avenue in Edgewater Park just after 1 a.m. Wednesday. A person was barricaded in a home in the suburban neighborhood, Burlington County dispatchers said.
Fire on Windermere Dr in Moorestown. Lots of smoke
One person has died and another remains hospitalized after a shooting and standoff in Edgewater Park, Burlington County. It began around 1 a.m. Wednesday on the 200 block of Roosevelt Avenue. Police say a woman was shot inside a home.
A man hospitalized for nearly a month in Paramus has been identified after state police reached out to the public, authorities said Tuesday. New Jersey state police said on Monday that the unidentified man was admitted to Newbridge Medical Center in Paramus on Jan. 29 and is currently non-responsive.
Police say New York Jets player Dylan Donahue was drunk when he drove the wrong way in the Lincoln Tunnel and collided with a jitney bus, injuring four people
2nd teen arrested in connection with fatal shooting of 10-year-old Asbury Park boy
Police in New Jersey launched a homicide investigation late Saturday night after a woman was found dead in the street. It happened sometime after 6:30 p.m. at Mount Hebron Road and Grove Street in Montclair.
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