The account — which has been suspended — was targeting Nick Leddy for months prior to Tuesday’s escalation and it’s unclear whether the user was identified, according to Newsday.
Authorities claim Afzal “Bobby” Khan defrauded customers of and lenders to Emporio Motor Group in Ramsey from at least December 2013 through September 2014.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, of Neptune, is accused of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, also known as ISIL, and obstruction of justice.
Yehuda Katz allegedly installed a hidden camera in the traffic safety office in the 70th Precinct station house and a device that would allow him to access a computer there remotely.
A woman believed to be the wig-wearing bandit responsible for an armed bank robbery in Glen Rock, New Jersey has been caught, according to officials.
How would the city that is home to New Jersey’s financial center react to a terror attack on its mass transit system, or a “lone wolf” attack by individual or multiple gunmen?
U.S. authorities said there was “no credible” evidence suggesting a mall attack was in the works after a video purported to be from Somalia’s al Qaeda-linked rebel group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack malls in Western countries.
New Jersey police are on the hunt for an armed bank robbery suspect wearing a wig who they say got away with a whole lot of cash.
New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is vowing to clear his name after his arrest Thursday on conspiracy and bribery charges.
FBI spokesman Peter Donald confirmed the 70-year-old Silver was taken into custody around 8 a.m. at FBI headquarters in New York City.
The FBI is working to determine the source of telephone threats that prompted the evacuation and search of two planes at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
The parents of an Ohio man accused of plotting to bomb the U.S. Capitol and shoot lawmakers are coming to his defense, saying he was just lost and misguided.
Days after NYPD officials warned of a threat against police officers and soldiers by Islamic State militants, federal authorities charged an Ohio man with plotting an attack on the U.S. Capitol inspired by the militant group.
In the “virtual kidnapping” scheme, a caller claims that the victim’s loved one has been kidnapped or that the person was involved in some kind of accident with a gang member and is now in danger.
The hack apparently started at 12:30 p.m. with a message that read “American soldiers, we are coming, watch your back. ISIS.”