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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Woman Raped In Port Jervis, Authorities Say

    Woman Raped In Port Jervis, Authorities Say

    An attacker raped a woman in Port Jervis and fled just after midnight Saturday, authorities said.Initial details were sketchy.The assailant apparently followed the victim on foot from Franklin Street before the attack on Barcelow Street near Church Street, authorities said.The victim was taken to Bon Secours Community Hospital, they said.Detectives were searching for area surveillance ...

  2. Chlorine Gas Leak Contained At Fair Lawn Water Treatment Plant

    Chlorine Gas Leak Contained At Fair Lawn Water Treatment Plant

    Chlorine gas leaking from two canisters at the Fair Lawn Water Treatment plant on Saturday brought a host of responders and was quickly contained.Fair Lawn and Hawthorne firefighters and the borough Heavy Rescue unit were dispatched to the Cadmus Place facility along with Bergen County HazMat and an ambulance from Saddle Brook.Although some responders reported burns, none required ...

  3. Last Of Passaic Nightclub Robbers Gets More Favorable Federal Prison Deal

    Last Of Passaic Nightclub Robbers Gets More Favorable Federal Prison Deal

    His accomplices each got more than 10 years in federal prison, but Jimmy “Flip” Cooper can expect a few years less -- thanks to a plea deal -- for his role in the gunpoint robbery of $26,084 from a Passaic nightclub.Cooper, 33, of Irvington became the last of the trio to accept q government offer to plead guilty for his role in the Sept. 6, 2015 holdup, which was followed by a ...

  4. Paterson Gunfire Continues: Two Shootings, Three Victims

    Paterson Gunfire Continues: Two Shootings, Three Victims

    Authorities Saturday morning confirmed two overnight shootings in Paterson, one of which involved two victims who got themselves to the hospital.The first shooting, on North Straight Street at 1:20 a.m., involved a 44-year-old man whose injuries weren’t considered life-threatening. He was taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.Then, just before 6 a.m., city police responded to ...

  5. Cybersecurity Student, 20, Charged With Social Media Threat To Wanaque/Ringwood High School

    Cybersecurity Student, 20, Charged With Social Media Threat To Wanaque/Ringwood High School

    A 20-year-old former intern with the borough of Ringwood was charged with posting social media threats against Lakeland Regional High School in Wanaque, authorities said.Leo L. Schaffner -- whose Facebook profile says studies cybersecurity at Stevens Tech in Hoboken -- was charged with creating a false public alarm, authorities said late Friday.Wanaque and Ringwood police investigated ...

  6. SEEN HIM? Police ID Driver's Suspected Shooter, Seek Public's Help Finding Him

    SEEN HIM? Police ID Driver's Suspected Shooter, Seek Public's Help Finding Him

    Authorities sought the public’s help finding a man who they said shot another man in the head as he sat in a parked car three months ago.An arrest warrant was issued for 25-year-old city resident Qualil “Kupz” Moore, they said Friday.The 40-year-old victim was found just before 7 a.m. June 22 in the driver's seat of a Nissan Altima parked next to a Power Gas service station on Park ...

  7. Garbage Truck Leaks Fluid Throughout Hawthorne Apartment Complex

    Garbage Truck Leaks Fluid Throughout Hawthorne Apartment Complex

    A garbage truck leaked hydraulic fluid throughout a Hawthorne apartment complex early Friday evening.Some streets at the Lafayette Hills complex were temporarily closed while the spill was cleaned up.Responders included members of the borough Fire Department, Rescue Squad and Special Operations unit.Michael Jannicelli contributed to this account.

  8. Teaneck Immigrant Admits Bribing Federal Employee For Special Visa

    Teaneck Immigrant Admits Bribing Federal Employee For Special Visa

    A Teaneck man admitted Friday that he tried bribing a State Department to take care of a non-immigrant visa that allows Dominican nationals to enter the U.S.Luis Santos, 27, told a federal judge in Trenton that he paid the U.S. consular adjudicator $2,381 for a favorable outcome.A nonimmigrant visa (NIV) is issued to a person with permanent residence outside the U.S. who seeks admission ...

  9. HEROES: Allendale Officers Resuscitate 1-Month-Old Girl

    HEROES: Allendale Officers Resuscitate 1-Month-Old Girl

    A one-month-old girl wasn’t breathing when Allendale Police Officers Kevin Azevedo and Alex Helmer found her after responding to a frantic 911 call from her grandmother.Azevedo started CPR immediately and, after several seconds, the baby “began to take gasping breaths but was still in distress,” Police Chief George Scherb said.Azevedo “continued until her color returned and she began to ...

  10. Sheriff Saudino: Enrollment Open For Bergen Citizens Police Academy

    Sheriff Saudino: Enrollment Open For Bergen Citizens Police Academy

    Enrollment is open for the 22nd class of the Bergen County Citizen’s Police Academy, an eight-week course designed to give residents a working knowledge of law enforcement policies and tactics, Sheriff Michael Saudino said.  Bergen County residents 18 and older are eligible to participate.“One of the most important components of law enforcement is fostering strong relationships with the ...

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