Police have a big clue in the burglaries that have neighborhoods in Morris County on edge. Authorities released surveillance video of the suspects caught on camera, checking out a house in Mendham.
A New Jersey man admitted Wednesday to using a sledgehammer to smash a monument of victims of clergy sexual abuse in Morristown.
“There’s a stereotype that there’s Manhattan and soon as you go over the river, you’re somewhere in the Midwest,” said George Vallone, president of the Hoboken Brownstone Company.
They’ve been spotted in Tenafly, Wayne, Colonia, Fanwood, Mendham, and Montclair.
Advocates for victims of child sexual abuse rededicated a monument in Morris County, N.J., Sunday that has twice been the target of vandalism.
Gov. Chris Christie said he has been in constant contact with his senior staff and the head of the state Department of Homeland Security who are keeping a close eye on the security situation across the state.
Police in the Morris County, N.J., borough of Mendham said they likely have some solid leads on whoever damaged a church monument dedicated to child sexual abuse victims.
“I’m not surprised,” one New Jersey resident said. “I think Christie is going to wait for four more years until there is an open field. I think the media wanted him to be the No. 2 more than he did.”
Twin brothers who collected a sex abuse settlement from the diocese of Paterson, N.J., are suing again. They claim they were also abused by priests at an elite prep school.
An ad for the house begins with “it is with a heavy heart that we remind you of this great mansion.” Then it shows the coroner’s van with Houston’s body.
A monument like no other has been destroyed in Mendham.
Bart Scott’s residence in Mendham, NJ has no power because of Hurricane Irene, and he’s unsure when the lights will go back on. Still, the Jets linebacker considers himself one of the lucky ones.
They carried American flags and chanted “What’s disgusting? Union busting” outside Lowell McAdam’s Mendham residence. Police say the protest was peaceful and without incident.
The Mendham woman’s confirmation hearing comes more than a year after Gov. Chris Christie picked her to join a court he says it too activist.
Gov. Chris Christie had been locked in a battle of wills with Senate President Stephen Sweeney over nominee Anne Patterson, 52, of Mendham. Sweeney blocked the nomination from moving forward, saying Christie was threatening the independence of the judiciary.