A prominent New Jersey political figure and his wife who were found dead after a fire erupted in their bedroom were remembered Tuesday by relatives, friends and three governors for their public service and rich family life.
The two fires occurred early on the morning of Sept. 20th in the 100 block of Victoria Court in Newark.
Investigators have surveillance photos of the suspect, and police describe him as a college-aged white male with dark, short hair. He was wearing maroon or red pants and dark sneakers with white laces. At the time, the suspect was not wearing a shirt.
Multiple counts of arson have been filed a southern New Jersey man accused of setting at least 12 small wildfires during a six-week period this summer.
A judge has ordered a arson suspect to wear an ankle monitor after the man was allegedly found at the home in South Jersey where a fire was set in April.
Police say the firefighter acknowledged setting fires to three vacant homes in Darby Township from May to July.
Police say preliminary investigation indicates one or more suspects put gasoline in plastic containers around the perimeter of the two buildings.
A teenager has charged with intentionally setting a fire at an apartment complex in Bucks County.
Twenty-eight-year-old Jonna Rutterow has been charged with 2nd degree aggravated arson.
A video posted on Facebook has led to the arrest of two brothers on charges of setting fire to a National Park, New Jersey mobile home early Saturday morning that destroyed the unoccupied residence.
Two Penn State rugby players have waived their right to a preliminary hearing on charges they torched the team’s storage shed, allegedly because they’re unhappy with their coach.
Penn State has suspended its entire men’s rugby team amid claims that two players torched the team’s storage shed and an investigation that revealed what police called the team’s discontent with its coach.
The fire was reported shortly after 10:30 a.m. Monday at Glasgow High School.
The former owner of a southern New Jersey bowling alley who orchestrated an arson fire that destroyed a rival alley four years ago has entered a revised guilty plea.
Delaware State Fire Officials are investigating the arson of an unoccupied home in Elsmere, Delaware.