A Garden State suburb is on alert after a dozen home invasions have left residents feeling under siege. CBS 2 obtained exclusive video of the masked burglars wanted for breaking into homes, sometimes while families sleep inside.
Several teenagers have claimed that Red Carpet Prom dress shop in Wayne took their money and failed to deliver gowns, or delivered dresses that were damaged or the wrong size.
The store’s owner, Patricia Dowling, filed a burglary report last week, claiming $600 and 40 dresses were stolen, but now police are deciding whether she filed a false complaint.
It’s prom season and many high school girls in New Jersey are in a panic after claiming to have never received the dream dresses they ordered from the Red Carpet Prom dress shop in Wayne.
The pastor from Calvary Temple in Wayne led WCBS 880 reporter Sean Adams me down a dingy alley in Paterson to the homeless squat where he chose to live for a week in the dead of winter.
The numbers speak for themselves. From November to January, there were 42 burglaries in Wayne. Since three suspects were arrested last month, there have been just two burglaries.
A New Jersey resident is fighting to keep his three chickens, even though he doesn’t have enough land to legally keep them. In Wayne, the local law says his quarter acre is just too small.
The mail piled up, the grass grew wild and patrons at a New Jersey diner often wondered, “What happened to Donald Domsky?”
Dozens of burglaries across Bergen and Passaic counties have residents on edge. The break-ins are violent. Burglars are smashing sliding glass doors and quickly walking off with jewelry and cash.
Many in New Jersey are fed up with the frequent flooding in their area and want out.
A supply line problem in Wayne left about 15,000 utility customers without power in parts of New Jersey on Tuesday.
Burglaries are on the rise all across North Jersey, and the source is in the sky.
Early Friday morning, the school board reportedly voted unanimously to allow the boys to take the field in the playoff game against Paramus.
That nine players charged in a vicious attack against two teenagers, with one victim unconscious on the streets of Wayne, were allowed to play left residents divided.
There is a proposal in New Jersey to allow towns to be able to tap into state open space funds to help buy out flood-prone properties, similar to what FEMA does.