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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. UPDATE: Paramus Girl, Beloved Teacher Killed In Route 80 School Bus Crash

    UPDATE: Paramus Girl, Beloved Teacher Killed In Route 80 School Bus Crash

    UPDATE: A young female student and a beloved teacher were confirmed dead Thursday morning after a school bus filled with Paramus fifth-graders collided with a dump truck on Route 80 in Morris County.A total of 38 students and seven adults, including the driver, were taken to area hospitals, authorities said.Some were in critical condition and undergoing surgery, they said.The teacher, ...

  2. 5th-Grade Girl, Beloved Teacher Killed In Paramus School Bus Crash

    5th-Grade Girl, Beloved Teacher Killed In Paramus School Bus Crash

    UPDATE: A young female student and a beloved teacher were confirmed dead Thursday morning after a school bus filled with Paramus fifth-graders collided with a dump truck on Route 80 in Morris County.A total of 38 students and seven adults, including the driver, were taken to area hospitals, authorities said.Some were in critical condition and undergoing surgery, they said.The teacher, ...

  3. Glen Rock Officer Nabs Pair On Warrants, Driver With Heroin

    Glen Rock Officer Nabs Pair On Warrants, Driver With Heroin

    Both the driver and passenger in a car stopped by a Glen Rock police officer were wanted on outstanding warrants – and had used and unused bags of heroin in their car, authorities said.Officer Sarah Orsita stopped the erratically-driven vehicle on Lincoln Avenue just after 3 a.m. last Friday, Police Chief Dean Ackermann said.It turned out that Christopher Delacruz, 23, of Kearny, was ...

  4. Driver Taken Into Custody After Pulling Into Ridgewood Driveway

    Driver Taken Into Custody After Pulling Into Ridgewood Driveway

    Ridgewood police took a driver into custody Wednesday afternoon -- apparently for being under the influence -- after she drove into a resident's driveway.A flatbed tow truck removed the four-door Ford Fusion from the Maltbie Avenue driveway to take it to an impound lot after the owner said it hit his car from behind.Midland Park police assisted Ridgewood officers with the investigation ...

  5. Police Ticket Driver, Owner Of Truck Stuck On Ridgewood Hill

    Police Ticket Driver, Owner Of Truck Stuck On Ridgewood Hill

    Police issued several summonses to the driver and owner of a tractor-trailer that got stuck Wednesday afternoon on a Ridgewood hill above the Ho-Ho-Kus train station.Officers from both towns, as well as NJ Transit police, responded to the Glenwood Road incident.A heavy-duty tower winched the Home Depot rig up the hill while police re-routed area traffic.Boyd A. Loving contributed to ...

  6. Landmark Paterson Restaurant Owners Admit Ducking $240,000 In Taxes

    Landmark Paterson Restaurant Owners Admit Ducking $240,000 In Taxes

    The former owners of a landmark Italian restaurant in Paterson admitted Wednesday that they cheated the U.S. government out of more than $240,000 in taxes by concealing income from their cash-only business through various methods.Elio Federico, 71, of Totowa, and his brother, Ralph Federico, 68, of Saddle Brook, each pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark to a single count of tax ...

  7. UPDATE: Waldwick Fire Victim, 83, Dies From Candle Lit During Storm

    UPDATE: Waldwick Fire Victim, 83, Dies From Candle Lit During Storm

    UPDATE: A candle lit during the storm that hammered North Jersey on Tuesday likely caused the fire that killed an 83-year-old Waldwick woman, authorities said.Results of the preliminary investigation indicate an unattended candle, lit due to a power outage, may have been the cause of the fire" that broke out around 6:40 p.m. on Van Court and killed Valentina Turley, Police Chief ...

  8. Ridgefield Park PD: Teacher Caught With Teen, Pot, Sex Toys Fights Police

    Ridgefield Park PD: Teacher Caught With Teen, Pot, Sex Toys Fights Police

    A 40-year-old high school music teacher found in a parked car with an 18-year-old girl fought with Ridgefield Park police officers who took him into custody and seized a bag of pot, several sex toys and a hatchet, authorities said.Officer Grant Novak spotted the vehicle in the parking garage across from the AMC Starplex 12 theaters off Challenger Road just after 8 p.m. Sunday and found ...

  9. Totowa Landscaper Charged With Ripping Off Wayne Customers

    Totowa Landscaper Charged With Ripping Off Wayne Customers

    A Totowa landscaper conned three Wayne customers and a local tree company out of nearly $7,600 and may have done the same to others, authorities said.Nicholas A. Romanelli, 20, was charged Tuesday with four counts of theft by deception and sent to the Passaic County Jail, where he remained on Wednesday.Operating as "Nick’s Landscaping," Romanelli took a $2,050 deposit from a ...

  10. Wyckoff PD: Drunken Midland Park Pickup Driver, 74, Damages Property

    Wyckoff PD: Drunken Midland Park Pickup Driver, 74, Damages Property

    Wyckoff police said they found a drunken 74-year-old Midland Park paving contractor still sitting in his pickup truck after it barreled across and damaged a resident’s property.It was just before 10 p.m. Saturday that a Wyckoff woman called police and said the truck had “driven up her driveway and almost struck her house,” Lt. Joseph Soto said.The vehicle “knocked over landscape ...

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