Two 16-year-old boys hit another teen in the head with a rock and then stole his bike, police said.
Officials in Camden County announced they will host a household hazardous waste collection this Saturday at the Cherry Hill Public Works Complex.
Police are searching for a suspect in a knife-point robbery at a South Jersey pharmacy early Tuesday morning.
According to police, a group of three juvenile females was walking on the 700 block of Ferry Avenue around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday when the driver of a car stopped at a red light asked them if they wanted to get into his vehicle.
Police say the officer suffered minor injuries and was taken to Virtua Hospital in Voorhees Township.
This week’s federal task force report on improving police procedures in America includes a number of suggestions from the Camden County police force, which has been helping to reduce serious crime numbers within the city of Camden.
Once accumulations exceed four inches, the county activates a program that puts prison inmates to work during daylight hours, shovels in hand.
One person was injured after a pick-up truck rear-ended a snow plow in South Jersey Friday morning.
Officials in Camden County have confirmed that a raccoon removed from a yard of a Waterford Township home has tested positive for rabies.
The ramp at the scene of Monday’s fiery tanker crash in Pennsauken isn’t expected to reopen for a few more days.
Families from 30 Pennsauken homes were temporarily evacuated Monday as a tanker truck fire sent burning fuel spilling toward several houses and thick black smoke filled the neighborhood.
A South Jersey man assaulted a pregnant woman during a two-day drug binge, police said Monday.
There are now nine prescription drug drop boxes located across Camden County to provide residents with a free and anonymous way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs.
Officials in several area counties have declared Code Blue advisories due to the frigid weather.
Health Officials Warn Residents, Pet Owners After 2 Raccoons Test Positive For Rabies In Camden County
Officials say this doesn’t mean there’s an outbreak – but they want people to be careful with their pets.