Police in Hamilton Township, NJ say an officer responding to the scene of a crime was injured.
Northampton County Woman Sentenced On Animal Cruelty Charges After More Than 100 Animals Seized From Property
Forty-seven-year-old Roseanne Yost, of Upper Nazareth Township, apparently had more than 100 animals – including pigeons, cats, dogs and chickens – living in a “filthy” shed on her property.
Arthur Bomar, convicted in the 1996 murder of college soccer star Aimee Willard, has lost his second state appeal to get off Pennsylvania death row.
For two months, the De Burgos Elementary School, at 4th and Lehigh, has been plagued by a series of lockdowns stemming from neighborhood shootings.
He says the prosecutor’s explanation of the findings left a lot of unanswered questions. And he called the decision to announce the grand jury results in the evening “one of the dumbest official decisions that’s been made in recent times.”
“The survey this semester looked at the relationship between cyberbullying and self-esteem,” said Dr. Rick Frei.
Charles Gallagher PhD, chair of the Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice Departments for La Salle University, told WPHT evening host, Gary R’nel how we live in an “unbelievably segregated society”
A female prison guard trainee has been charged by the state Department of Corrections with having sex with an inmate — in the chapel of a central Pennsylvania prison.
Ashley Zauflik was 17 when she was dragged under a Pennsbury school bus seven years ago, losing her leg and suffering other severe injuries.
Call it an accident-averter or a cash-cow, New Jersey’s red light camera pilot program will come to an end December 16th.
On Nov. 23 around 8:15 p.m., police received a call about a female who was seen taking Christmas decorations from a yard on the 400 block of Dearborne Avenue in Blackwood, NJ.
The mural, at 235 North 11th Street, is on an outside wall of the 6th Police District headquarters, where Officer Faulkner reported for roll call each day.
A grand jury charged that Martorano took advantage of lax supervision by the now-defunct Clerk of Quarter Sessions to steal the money because struggling business ventures has put him in a “precarious financial state.”
“We have 400 patrol vehicles,” said Delco DA Jack Whelan. “Each will have one of these kits in their glove compartment.”
Robert Kerns pleaded “no contest” to the misdemeanor charge, admitting no guilt but conceding that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him had the case gone to trial.
Surveillance video captures people illegally dumping furniture, mattresses, and unwanted pets in Camden. Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrators.