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Upper Saddle River Haunted House Tops Bergen County News Last Week

Kyle, left, and Aiden Campenlli outside of their Upper Saddle River home.
Kyle, left, and Aiden Campenlli outside of their Upper Saddle River home. Photo Credit: Rob Campanelli

BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Here's a look at the five stories that topped Bergen County news last week.

HAUNTED HOUSE: Just as Deena Campanelli is wrapping up breast cancer treatment, the Upper Saddle River community turned out to help her husband, Rob, and twin boys decorate their house for Halloween — a longstanding tradition in the family. Daily Voice broke the story first, but CBS News and People Magazine featured the Carlough Road family soon after.

SEX SLAVES: South Hackensack police rescued three underage girls from sexual slavery at a Route 46 motel, leading to the arrests of a Paterson woman and three alleged accomplices from Long Island, authorities said Wednesday.

TEANECK JUMPER: A suicidal 17-year-old girl from Teaneck stood mid-span on the George Washington Bridge's upper level, staring at the water and crying, just before noon Thursday.

MILK MAN : Every little thing Organic Milk Corp of Hillsdale does around the clock revolves around a single goal: bringing farm-fresh milk and other products to the doorsteps of Bergen and Passaic county customers.

9/11 PARTIERS: A group of former Lodi High School students used keys to get into a Rochelle Park American Legion post, where they disengaged the alarm system and helped themselves to alcohol, food and cash from a tip jar, authorities said Friday.

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