County prosecutor Sean Dalton says he issued the new rules after a young boy was killed by a police cruiser last December, which was speeding with neither siren nor flashing lights on.
Longtime Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton has taken the reins of the County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey and has some plans for his one year term in that position.
A state grant will help officials in Gloucester County study driver behavior at crosswalks to get the word out — state law requires you to stop for pedestrians.
For the third straight year, the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office held a ceremony yesterday remembering victims of crime and the families they left behind.
Surinder Singh, 40, was killed during an attempted robbery that netted the perpetrators not a dime.
“I need 30 minutes with any of these top officials, and I can show them at least 12 mistakes Mr. Dalton’s office made in the first 24 hours,” an uncle of the 12-year-old murder victim says.
Prosecutor Sean Dalton says the gravity of the case should move it to adult court.
A Gloucester County jury took five days of deliberations to convict a 34-year-old Woodbury man of murder one in the death of a Clarksboro woman more than a decade ago.
Autumn Pasquasle, 12, was reported missing from her home on Saturday night, only to be found dead two days later in a neighbor’s recycling can.
Over the last six years, topics that have taken center stage have changed.
Authorities say Samuel Davis broke into Thirza Sweeten’s Paulsboro home in the early morning hours of March 19th and beat her to death.
The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s office held a free education session Monday night focused on cyber topics such as sexting, cyber bullying, and other online and handheld dangers.
Law enforcement officers, education leaders, concerned parents and others gathered at Washington Township High School to hear from experts like John Halligan, whose teenage son Ryan took his life in 2003 after being bullied online in Vermont.
A Gloucester County teenager who caused quite a scare last fall will be closely watched by law enforcement until he turns 18, but he’ll be able to stay with his parents through it all.
Gloucester County prosecutors announced Monday afternoon they found the person responsible for sending violent threats through Facebook, back in October, to several students from Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill.