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Child Found Locked In Car With Windows Rolled Up, Secaucus Police SayOfficers knocked on the window and the child was unresponsive, police said.
Armed Security To Be Posted In All Secaucus, N.J. SchoolsThere will now be an armed presence in every school in Secaucus, New Jersey.
Tractor-Trailer, Car Crash On NJ TurnpikeThe driver of the car was pinned and had to be extricated by emergency responders, according to the New Jersey State Police.
Group Of French Teens Accused Of Breaking Into Cars In SecaucusTen French teenagers were waiting to a see a judge in New Jersey, on Monday afternoon.
New Jersey Democrats Look To Boot Styrofoam From Public SchoolsMost New Jersey school students are no strangers to styrofoam, nearly everything served for school lunch sits on or in it.
Rare Alligator Sighting Draws Curious Gawkers To New Jersey PondAn unusual sighting in a Secaucus pond has people flocking tot he area, hoping to get a glimpse and find out how it got there.
Exclusive Video Shows Fiery Crash On Route 3 In SecaucusThe crash was reported around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday on Route 3 westbound near Paterson Plank Road.
Man Pulls Emergency Handle, Jumps Onto NJ TRANSIT Tracks After Dropping Cell PhoneAccording to NJ TRANSIT, Eric Jones of Harlem allegedly pulled the emergency door release on a North Jersey Coast line train near Secaucus Junction around 8:20 a.m., which resulted in a train crew member stopping the train.
Bomb Scare Evacuates Walmart In SecaucusA Walmart in Secaucus, New Jersey was the target of an apparent bomb scare Sunday.
NJ TRANSIT Officer Pulls Man From Tracks Seconds Before Train Pulls Into StationAccording to authorities, NJ TRANSIT police officer Victor Ortiz climbed down from the platform at the terminal in Secaucus after reports of a man lying in the tracks on Aug. 26.
Authorities: 'Nothing Toxic' Found At Secaucus Kohl's Store After 14 SickenedSecaucus Detective Sgt. Mike Torres said 14 people were sickened and two had to be hospitalized.