Gloucester Township NJ
Police say 44-year-old Sherry Warren of Sicklerville stole $4,600 from the Highland High School Wrestling Booster Club between December 2013 and March 2014.
Township police chief Harry Earle says a private drug advocate will be available at Municipal Court hearings to steer defendants in the direction of treatment, if they want it.
A man armed with several weapons barricaded himself inside a storage unit at a southern New Jersey facility Friday.
Chopper 3 was over the scene at North Black Horse Pike and Landing Road.
Gloucester Township Police say social media tips lead to the arrest of a woman accused of stealing undergarments from a K Mart store.
The family of Carol Reiff is hoping the reward — now up to $20,000 — will help authorities determine how the woman died.
Plans for the Gloucester Premium Outlets call for 90 designer and name-brand stores. It would be built on vacant land near the Black Horse Pike and Route 42.
Officials in Camden County are asking commuters to avoid Erial Road due to an oil spill in the area.
A man from West Virginia who asked police in South Jersey to help unlock his car is now locked up himself.
Two of three police officers shot and wounded by an arrested man inside a southern New Jersey police station have been released from a hospital.
During an impromptu press conference, the deputy police chief told the media that the incident occurred around 5:30 a.m. inside the building when a suspect being taken into custody for a domestic violence-related incident got into a confrontation with officers.
“Where some of our towns were paying $72 a ton to empty their trash, Camden County’s communities will now be paying $59 a ton,” says county freeholder Jeffrey Nash.
A South Jersey police officer is charged with illegally buying prescription drugs while on the job. It’s a job he won’t be holding much longer.
Richard Pease, 28, is charged with two counts of 2nd degree aggravated assault and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
A Runnemede, New Jersey man found himself in trouble with the law — right after leaving court for an unrelated criminal offense.