A New Jersey tanning salon owner has been arrested for recording customers in tanning beds, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office says. Martino Poli, 38, owner of Sun of a Beach salon in Nutley, was taken into custody on Wednesday. Gilma Avalos reports.
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Family & Parenting, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness, Interviews, News, General, General, KYWTV
Essex County Salon Owner Arrested For Recording Customers In Tanning Beds, Authorities SayA New Jersey tanning salon owner has been arrested for recording customers in tanning beds, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office says. Martino Poli, 38, owner of Sun of a Beach salon in Nutley, was taken into custody on Wednesday. Gilma Avalos reports.
Authorities: Nearly 200 Dogs Rescued From New Jersey 'Hoarding Home'Roughly 200 dogs have been rescued from what authorities say was a "massive hoarding situation" at a Hunterdon County, New Jersey home. Law enforcement officers and animal welfare groups went to the Flemington home Tuesday to remove the dogs. Ken Molestina reports.
Seaside Heights Lifeguard Saves 10-Month-Old Choking On Piece Of Plastic On BoardwalkA New Jersey lifeguard rescued an infant choking on a piece of plastic on the boardwalk over the weekend. The Seaside Heights Beach Patrol posted a photo on Instagram explaining the rescue. Ken Molestina reports.
Brothers Argument Spurs House Fire In Pemberton, Stabbing, Prosecutors SayAuthorities say a man set fire to his New Jersey home and stabbed his brother when he tried to stop him. Ken Molestina reports.
New Jersey Mandates Panic Buttons For Hotel Room CleanersNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a law requiring most of the state’s hotels to provide their workers with wearable panic buttons they can press to quickly summon help in an emergency. Matt Yurus reports.
Sixers’ Joel Embiid, Other NBA Players Slam Raptors Fans For Cheering Kevin Durant’s InjuryPhiladelphia 76ers’ Joel Embiid and other NBA stars are slamming Toronto Raptors fans for cheering Kevin Durant’s Achilles injury during Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night. Matt Yurus reports.
Delaware Woman Accused Of Trying To Poison Ex-Husband With MilkshakeA Dover, Delaware woman accused of taking her daughter out of state despite a court order now also faces charges she tried to poison her ex-husband with a tainted milkshake. Curtis Silva reports.
Infant Dies After Car Crashes Into Utility Pole In New JerseyAuthorities say a 4-week old boy died after a car crashed into a utility pole in New Jersey. Ken Molestina reports.
Tyson Recalls More Than 190,000 Pounds Of Chicken FrittersTyson Foods, Inc., has recalled more than 190,000 pounds of Tyson Fully Cooked, Whole Grain Golden Crispy Chicken Chunk Fritters that may be contaminated with hard plastic, the company said in a statement. Ken Molestina reports.
Delaware Lawmakers Pass Bill Banning Single-Use Carryout Plastic BagsThe state Senate has given final approval to a bill that largely prohibits retailers in Delaware from providing single-use carryout plastic bags to customers. Matt Yurus reports.
30-Year-Old Woman Shoots Boyfriend In Hospital Parking Lot, Philadelphia Police SayA man was shot by his girlfriend in the parking lot of Jefferson Torresdale Hospital following an argument on Wednesday night, Philadelphia police say. The shooting happened around 10 p.m. Matt Yurus reports.
Pennsylvania House Unanimously Votes For Ban On Child Marriages In StateA ban on Pennsylvania marriages when either party is under 18 is moving ahead with a unanimous vote in the state House of Representatives. State representatives voted 195-0 on Wednesday to send the proposal to the Senate. Matt Yurus reports.
Benches Clear Following Game After Thunder Player Breaks Up No-Hitter With Bunt In 9th InningBenches cleared following a Minor League Baseball game between the Trenton Thunder and Hartford Yard Goats Tuesday night after a Thunder player broke up a no-hitter in the ninth inning with a bunt. Matt Yurus reports.
'Donut Desperado': Man Jumps Over Dunkin' Counter, Steals Doughnut While Livestreaming Heist, Police SayPolice in New Jersey are on the hunt for a man they are calling the “donut desperado.” Police say the suspect stole from a local Dunkin’ – all while livestreaming the heist! Matt Yurus reports.
Temple Hospital Seeks To Identify PatientTemple University Hospital is seeking the public's help in identifying a patient. The patient arrived at the hospital on May 5. Matt Yurus reports.
Employee Arrested For Stealing Fentanyl From Fertility Clinic In South Jersey, Police SayAn employee at a fertility clinic in South Jersey is accused of stealing dozens of doses of fentanyl from the facility. Matt Yurus reports.
Man Shoots Himself In Leg Inside Vehicle, Arrested By Atlantic City PoliceA man was arrested after shooting himself in the leg inside his vehicle at an Atlantic City parking garage. Police say the incident happened Sunday night at the Caesars Colosseum Parking Garage. Ken Molestina reports.
Man Found In Trunk Of Car At Auto Auction, Police SayPolice say a man was found in the trunk of a car that arrived for sale at a Pennsylvania auto auction. Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Chief David Steffen said the man is being treated at a hospital and is expected to be released. Matt Yurus reports.
Naked Man Vandalizes Pennsylvania Elementary School, Police SayPolice in Scranton say a naked man was captured on surveillance footage breaking into an elementary school and vandalizing the building. Matt Yurus reports.
Young Boy Steals Car In Wilmington, Police SayA 12-year-old boy was arrested earlier this month for stealing a car in Wilmington, police say. Police say the young boy was seen driving the stolen vehicle in the overnight hours on May 17. Matt Yurus reports.
Thousands Of US Kindergartners Unvaccinated Without WaiversStates are heatedly debating whether to make it more difficult for students to avoid vaccinations for religious or philosophical reasons amid the worst measles outbreak in decades, but schoolchildren using such waivers are outnumbered in many states by those who give no excuse at all for lacking their shots. Matt Yurus reports.
Gamblers File Lawsuit Against Philly Casino Claiming They Lost $250,000 Due To Illegitimate Decks Of CardsTwo gamblers have filed a federal lawsuit against SugarHouse Casino claiming they lost $250,000 because of faulty shuffling machines and illegitimate decks of cards. Matt Yurus reports.
New Jersey Man Sentenced In Victim’s Stabbing Death In Street Fight Following Eagles’ Super Bowl WinA man convicted in the stabbing death of another man after a fight in New Jersey during celebrations over the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl win is now headed to prison. Supreme Life received a 20-year term Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.
Students Injured, New Jersey School Evacuated After 8-Year-Old Girl Accidentally Discharged Pepper SprayAuthorities say roughly two dozen students were exposed to pepper spray at a Hudson County school when an 8-year-old girl inadvertently sprayed the substance. Matt Yurus reports.
Mastery Charter Schools Ranked In Top 100 School Districts In AmericaA local school district has been ranked in the top 100 districts nationwide. The Mastery Schools District – Lenfest Campus was ranked No. 75 in the country, according to BackgroundChecks.org. Matt Yurus reports.
'Sesame Street' Introduces 3 New Muppets To Support Foster Families"Sesame Street" is introducing a foster family to the show. Karli, the newest "Sesame Street" muppet, is in foster care living with her “for-now” parents, Dalia and Clem. Gilma Avalos reports.
US Kids Not Eating Enough Seafood, Says StudyAmerican children are eating relatively little fish and shellfish in comparison to meat, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Ken Molestina reports.
Essex County Woman Whose Starving Cats Had Eaten Some Of Their Own To Survive To Go Back To CourtAn Essex County woman whose home was populated by starving cats who had eaten some of their own to survive will have to go back to court to see if she can avoid a trial and possible jail time. Ken Molestina reports.
Penn State Lacrosse Calling For Whiteout At NCAA Final Four Game In PhiladelphiaThe NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four is coming to Philadelphia this weekend and a local university is calling for fans to white out Lincoln Financial Field. Ken Molestina reports.