A West Milford police dive team doing a routine practice drill found her body inside a 2004 Toyota Camry at the bottom of the Monksville Reservoir in Passaic County around 3 p.m. Wednesday.
The body was inside a Toyota Camry that was submerged in about 18 feet of water at the bottom of the Monksville Reservoir. The car was caked with mud and its front windshield and hood were smashed.
A police dive team just doing a drill ended up finding a car — with human body parts inside – in a reservoir near West Milford, N.J.
Grieving friends and family are still seeking answers as to how Damell Mickens drowned in an indoor pool at a home in West Milford.
James Geist was relaxing on his deck a week ago, when he spotted his first visitor — a 16-foot albino python. A few days later, he also saw a 10-foot python slithering along in his backyard.
Police are investigating whether inexperience played a role or if alcohol or some other distraction played a role. They’re just not saying, citing the ongoing investigation.
Some of New Jersey’s historic sites are on the verge of withering away. So a group has come up with a list to draw attention to them, WCBS 880′s Levon Putney reported.
Contamination concerns have hit one New Jersey town after a series of break-ins at several water treatment plants. Now the Department of Homeland Security is investigating.
Police say a 15-year-old boy was taken to the hospital after being hit by a school bus Friday morning.
Federal officials are still working to determine what caused a small plane crash in northern New Jersey this weekend that left the pilot seriously injured.
Federal aviation officials say one person was injured when a small plane crashed Saturday afternoon while trying to land at a northern New Jersey airport.
New Jersey Department of Transportation spokesman Joe Dee says two people were removed from the aircraft at Greenwood Lake Airport and flown to hospitals.
The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office says 23-year-old Jessica Fenton had sex with the 16- and 17-year-old in her tent.
The heavy rain of the past two days is filling up New Jersey’s reservoirs and easing fears of a drought, the state’s climatologist said.