A New Jersey man has been sentenced for sparking a courtroom scuffle just moments after a jury convicted him of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a female friend.
The state has stopped looking for the reptile after scientists failed to find any evidence of the snake in Lake Hopatcong and traps baited with chicken were left untouched.
A new danger has been lurking in the waters of the largest lake in New Jersey, in the form of a potentially dangerous snake.
An 8-month-old Hopatcong, N.J. girl has become the sixth infant in the country to die in a Nap Nanny Recliner.
Police said Frederick Dalton was sitting in a chair in the upstairs living room of his home when a large tree fell through the roof and fatally struck him.
Hopatcong Police Lt. Thomas Kmetz said the victim was sitting in a recliner in his living room when a massive tree fell through the roof and fatally struck him.
Submerging the submarine was a moment of glory that Beckerman had been working towards his entire life.
Two men were charged in a string of home burglaries in northern New Jersey this week, after a police officer caught them watching as investigators worked at one of the houses.
Hopatcong police said the 28-year-old man, charged with creating false public alarms, made three 911 calls on June 10, but refused each time to give dispatchers any information on why he was calling.
Hopatcong native and Rutgers’ alum, undrafted free agent Joe Martinek is marking his mark in Giants’ rookie camp.
Frank Annacone, 85, never imagined that a bear would move in with him. Annacone learned about his roommate yesterday from Dave Cornine, a Cablevision technician who had come over for a repair job in the basement.
The bear, an adult male estimated to be well over 500 pounds, took a long time to go down. Officials hope to examine, tag and release him onto state property.
Army Sgt. Michael Kirspel Jr. of Hopatcong was killed Oct. 27 by an improvised explosive device.
A funeral will be held Saturday for a New Jersey soldier killed in combat in Afghanistan.
A judge has sentenced a Hopatcong, N.J. man to three years of probation for posing as a U.S. Secret Service agent and entering the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services building when it was closed.