A prank call that brought a massive response in Union County, N.J., was the subject of a criminal investigation Monday.
McGillivary, 24, was being held in Union County Jail on $3 million bail while awaiting trial for allegedly beating Joseph Galfy, 73, of Clark to death.
A two-day gun buyback program staged in Union and Hudson Counties last weekend netted about 1,600 firearms.
A Clark, N.J. woman was found dead in her home a year ago Sunday, and police have asked for the public’s help to solve the murder on the one-year anniversary.
One New Jersey county is holding onto its cash to spend on a special election for the U.S. Senate, until county officials find out of the state will reimburse them.
Caleb McGillvary, 24, is charged with murdering 73-year-old Union County lawyer Joseph Galfy.
Caleb McGillvary is being held in the Union County jail after he waived extradition following his arrest in Philadelphia on May 16.
Caleb “Kai” McGillvary was arrested Thursday at the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Philadelphia and charged in the fatal beating of a 73-year-old New Jersey lawyer.
A man known on YouTube as “Kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker” has been charged with murder in the beating death of a Union County lawyer, authorities said Thursday.
Andrew Cooke, 18, was last seen leaving his Union County home on the afternoon of April 2. He has been treated for depression and anger management in the past and is bipolar, police said.
“I’m proud to announce the eradication of the beetle from Union and Middlesex Counties,” said state Agriculture Secretary Doug Fisher of the locations of the last two clusters.
If you’re planning to line up for gas Saturday, you had better check your license plate first.
Downed trees, utility poles and wires have tangled together in dangerous piles across the neighborhood. Transformers are down, wiping out power to thousands.
The officer was driving on a winding road when another car swerved, crossed over the double yellow line and into the path of his squad car, hitting it head on, police said.
A unique program in New Jersey is having great success getting people out of trouble and back on track.