The robberies began late in October and have occurred in Edison, South Plainfield and Old Bridge.
A central New Jersey day care worker faces a criminal charge stemming from the death of a two-month-old boy.
Police in Old Bridge said a group of men entered a home there, restrained family members and stole cash and jewelry on Saturday night.
Authorities say an emotionally disturbed man who apparently was trying to hurt himself became ill while being restrained by family members and later died.
A central New Jersey animal shelter has been quarantined following an inspection by Middlesex County health officials and the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Police are investigating a home invasion in Edison that may be connected to a series of violent break-ins in Middlesex County.
Among other individual counts, the officers — Michael Dotro, Victor Aravena, William Gesell and Brian Favretto — all face conspiracy and official misconduct charges.
The Board of Education has continued the suspensions of the Sayreville War Memorial High School football coach and his staff, CBS 2’s Lou Young reported Tuesday night.
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey’s office has charged seven Sayreville varsity football players with sexually assaulting four younger teammates during several hazing rituals in the locker room. He talked exclusively to CBS 2 on Monday.
Michelle Lodzinski is charged with killing Timothy Wiltsey in 1991, but her attorney has said she “adamantly denies” the charges.
Michelle Lodzinski waived extradition when she appeared in court in Martin County, Florida, on Thursday.
Michelle Lodzinski is charged in the death of her 5-year-old son who was reported missing from a carnival in New Jersey in 1991.
Police in all 32 Ocean County municipalities are now being trained to administer nasal shots of Narcan. Gov. Chris Christie announced a pilot program Wednesday.
Middlesex County authorities say the crash occurred around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday on Route 27 in Edison Township. All three victims were township residents.
Gun buyback events held in Middlesex County, N.J. last weekend netted more than 1,800 weapons, state officials announced Wednesday.