Civilians rarely get a chance to look inside of their nation’s military, especially in New Jersey.
The threat seemed real when a driver tried to enter at the Picatinny Arsenal U.S. Army installation in Rockaway Township, New Jersey late last week – creating suspicion at the truck entrance.
An all clear was given at Picatinny Arsenal in northern New Jersey Friday, hours after after a suspicious truck and driver prompted a security scare.
One employee was taken by helicopter to a hospital, while the other was driven there by ambulance.
John and Carolyn Jackson are charged with one count of conspiracy to endanger the welfare of a child, 13 counts of endangering the welfare of a child and three counts of assault, authorities said.
A northern New Jersey family is suing the U.S. Army over an errant projectile from Picatinny Arsenal that crashed through their roof in 2008 and killed their cat.