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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Off-Duty Wayne Police Recruit, Fiancée Rescue Owner Whose Boat Caught Fire

    Off-Duty Wayne Police Recruit, Fiancée Rescue Owner Whose Boat Caught Fire

    An off-duty Wayne police recruit and his fiancée rescued a homeowner who was severely burned when his boat caught fire, authorities said.The Alps Road victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital in Livingston after trying to douse the 10:30 a.m. fire himself on Thursday, Detective Capt. Laurence Martin said.Township police recruit Al-Raheem Thomas was traveling on Alps Road with his ...

  2. Car Slams Into River Vale Dry Cleaners

    Car Slams Into River Vale Dry Cleaners

    A car plowed into a River Vale dry cleaners Friday morning.The crash occurred at Vale Cleaners, between M&T Bank and Dunkin Donuts, in a shopping center on Westwood Avenue.There was no immediate word on injuries.Inspectors were checking the building for structural damage.CHECK BACK FOR MORE DETAILS

  3. Retiree Charged With Sexually Abusing Elmwood Park Child

    Retiree Charged With Sexually Abusing Elmwood Park Child

    A retiree inappropriately touched a child in Elmwood Park, authorities charged.Leo Sarno, 67, was ordered held in the Bergen County Jail pending a detention hearing this Monday.The former Lodi resident is charged with sexual assault and child endangerment.Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo said Sarno was arrested Wednesday, a little over a week after Elmwood Park police and ...

  4. Elmwood Park 4th-Grader Brings Bullet To School, Faces Delinquency Charge

    Elmwood Park 4th-Grader Brings Bullet To School, Faces Delinquency Charge

    UPDATE: An Elmwood Park fourth-grade student brought a bullet to school Thursday morning, prompting a shelter-in-place and drawing a large law enforcement response."It was a fully-intact .40-caliber bullet," Police Chief Michael Foligno said. The Gantner Avenue School youngster "brought it to school and was showing the other kids in the playground," the chief said. ...

  5. Port Authority PD: North Carolina Couple At GWB Had Hidden Revolver, Pot

    Port Authority PD: North Carolina Couple At GWB Had Hidden Revolver, Pot

    A Port Authority police officer found a North Carolina couple he stopped at the George Washington Bridge toll plaza carrying a revolver hidden behind a vent panel, authorities said Friday.Officer David Hunter became suspicious after he stopped the white Ford pickup truck for a traffic violation Wednesday night, authority spokesperson Lenis Rodrigues told Daily Voice.After smelling a ...

  6. SEEN HER? Clifton PD Says She Swiped $27,000 In Business Checks

    SEEN HER? Clifton PD Says She Swiped $27,000 In Business Checks

    Authorities were searching for a Brooklyn woman who they said cashed nearly $27,000 in stolen checks at a Clifton bank.Jossie Jacome, 29, ended up with the checks, which were sent by a Queens business but never reached their destination, Sgt. Robert Anderson said.Clifton detectives identified Jacome, who Anderson said deposited the $26,868.68 into bogus accounts opened with forged ...

  7. Little Ferry Firefighters Rescue Stranded Dog From Roof

    Little Ferry Firefighters Rescue Stranded Dog From Roof

    Firefighters rescued a black and white pit bull who found himself stranded on the roof of a Little Ferry home Thursday morning."The second-floor screen was missing from the window and the dog wandered out and up on to roof," one responder told Daily Voice.Firefighters Steven Iruato and Scott Kavavitis scurried up a ladder and scooped up the adventurous pooch at 92 Grand Street ...

  8. VIDEO: Barricaded Man Hospitalized In Clifton Fire

    VIDEO: Barricaded Man Hospitalized In Clifton Fire

    A Clifton man was hospitalized after barricading himself in a basement and setting a fire Thursday morning, responders said.The 51-year-old man "apparently was attempting to arm himself" before setting the 9:30 a.m. fire in a 2½-story residence on Lexington Avenue near Kulick Street, one said.He was taken to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson.Firefighters quickly ...

  9. Englewood Skateboarder Remains Critical, Authorities Seek Hit-Run Driver

    Englewood Skateboarder Remains Critical, Authorities Seek Hit-Run Driver

    SEE ANYTHING? Authorities were seeking help finding the hit-and-run driver in Englewood who put a local teen into a medically-induced coma.Officers found Cristian Valez, a Dwight Morrow High School freshman, in the roadway of Knickerbocker Road near the intersection of Bilmar Place just before 11 p.m. Monday.Cristian, 15, who friends said had been riding his skateboard when he was ...

  10. Elmwood Park Fourth-Grader Brings Bullet To School

    Elmwood Park Fourth-Grader Brings Bullet To School

    An Elmwood Park fourth-grader brought a bullet to the Gantner Avenue School Thursday morning, triggering a shelter-in-place and bringing a large emergency response."It was a fully-intact .40-caliber bullet," Police Chief Michael Foligno said. "He brought it to school and was showing the other kids in the playground."Luckily, one of the kids was smart enough to tell a ...

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