A woman was arrested this week, after another shopper said she pulled a stun gun on her during an argument over a shopping cart in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Linden, N.J.
The 37-year-old man left his car running while he went inside the convenience store at a Gulf gas station on N. Park Avenue in Linden on Wednesday night, police said.
Kimberly Matthews, 26, has been charged with four counts of animal cruelty.
“It was a brazen act committed by a young mother who’s holding a child in her arms,” Linden Police Capt. James Sarnicki said.
Police are investigating whether two recent bank robberies in Fairfield are connected to a series of heists in Greenwich and New Jersey.
According to police, the man wanted in the latest hold-up is likely behind an Aug. 28 robbery at the People’s United Bank on Greenwich Avenue and an Aug. 20 robbery at a Wells Fargo in Linden, N.J.
A Linden, N.J. deli owner was talking Tuesday afternoon about his successful fight against an armed robber with only hot oil as a weapon.
A deli owner in Linden, N.J., sent an armed robber on his way by hurling a pot of hot oil at him, according to a published report Monday.
Forget about your hub caps or sound system being stolen. Now thieves have come up with a new item they’re stealing from vehicles.
New Jersey State Police don’t want the public to be alarmed, but they say there have been recent carjackings by people posing as undercover cops along the New Jersey Turnpike.
Shortly after takeoff, the pilot of the single-engine plane issued a Mayday, saying it couldn’t climb. The plane then crashed on train tracks near a former General Motors plant parallel to Routes 1 and 9 west of the airport.
What the burglar didn’t know, however, is that the victim had a home surveillance system.
The sponsor of a measure to reform the system has put it on hold after police and engineering officials called for changes to rules about the duration of yellow lights and the elimination of tickets for failing to make a complete stop before turning right on red.
NJ TRANSIT is learning a lesson from superstorm Sandy, which ravaged its storage facilities in Kearny and Hoboken, causing $100 million in damage.
About 1,200 mourners packed the First Baptist Church in Linden for the funeral for 18-year-old Amber Wilson.