As New Jersey gears up for Sunday’s Super Bowl, authorities are shining a light on the darker side to the big game — human trafficking.
In an effort to engage the community, police in Camden County are hosting a special event.
A stray cat brought to a Collingswood Veterinarian’s office from has tested positive for rabies.
The accident was reported at about 7 p.m. at South Black Horse Pike and East Church Street.
Authorities placed a southern New Jersey grammar school under a precautionary lockout after a parent reported hearing gunshots in nearby woods.
The fire was reported around 3 p.m. in the 200 block of Cedar Avenue in the Blenheim section of Gloucester Township.
Police say that the packages are UPS, FedEx and USPS drop-offs that are being stolen directly from doorsteps and mailboxes.
The fire broke out in a residence on Oak Avenue around 9:15 p.m.
Gloucester Township Police arrested a man after he was caught stealing from a church donation box.
Police are investigating two suspicious vehicle incidents in the Breckenridge Development of Gloucester Township.
Police have arrested a 15-year-old in connection with an armed robbery.
Timothy Donnelly, 46, of Elk Township, was charged with Murder, Felony Murder and Robbery in connection with the death of Kathleen Korbel on September 20th.
Gloucester Township Police say the driver who offered a ride to a child walking to school Wednesday morning has come forward.
The suspect was standing with a black bag over her shoulder that appeared empty and crushed down. Employees then observed the suspect quickly walking and exiting the store, with the same black bag that appeared to be packed full.
Darren L. Byrd, 38, from Gloucester Township, was reported to be distributing Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS), specifically heroin.