Prosecutors: Suspect Charged In Murders Of NJ College Student, Seattle Men Was On ‘Bloody Crusade’ To Punish US
Prosecutors in Washington filed a third aggravated murder count against Ali Muhammad Brown, alleging the killings are part of a “bloody crusade” to punish the U.S. government for its foreign policies.
Ali Muhammad Brown, 29, is one of three suspects who appeared Wednesday afternoon in state Superior Court in Newark.
Three suspects have been charged in connection with the death of a college student who was found shot to death in a vehicle in West Orange, authorities said Monday.
With about a month until school starts, some students in Essex County are already getting set for class with an all-expenses-paid shopping spree, CBS 2’s Janelle Burrell reported.
A suspect in a double homicide in Seattle was behind bars in New Jersey Saturday morning.
Brendan Tevlin was shot and killed last Wednesday. His body was found in the family Jeep at an apartment complex.
Thousands of people gathered on Monday to mourn the loss of a young college student who was shot and killed while sitting in his car.
Prosecutors said the men in the pictures may have been witnesses to the murder of Brendan Tevlin.
Cops found Brendan Tevlin, of Livingston, dead from an apparent gunshot wound, authorities said.
Kashif Harris, 21, is charged with robbery, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon and aggravated assault, police said.
An investigation is underway after a gas station attendant was shot and wounded during an apparent armed robbery in New Jersey.
A woman was sentenced to eight years in prison Friday after being convicted of setting her girlfriend’s West Orange, N.J. home on fire in 2011.
The drill at Liberty Middle School is designed to test the response of a dozen law enforcement agencies to a situation similar to last year’s mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
Political fireworks have broken out in the East Orange, N.J., City Council, amid claims that Councilwoman Andrea McPhatter abandoned the city after Superstorm Sandy.
The teacher arrested was 36-year-old Christopher Yonitch, charged in connection with alleged sexual abuse of the fifth grader.