A shocking twist in an investigation involving a racist flyer targeted at an Edison School Board candidate reveals that the believed target may have actually been the one behind it, in an attempt to gain sympathy from minority voters. NBC New York News video.
Pateron’s mayor described one of his city parks as “a destination for undesirable activity.” That description doesn’t fit anymore because the community came together to take back the park; CBS2′ New York News video,
A contractor in New Jersey is accused of planting cameras in at least two families’ bathrooms. Romeo Sanchez, 47, was arrested and charged on Sept. 17 with invasion of privacy. Officials say a resident in Paramus noticed a suspicious electronic device in their bathroom on Aug. 25. Eyewitness News video.
eptember 12 2020 – MANHATTAN, New York: Hawk Newson led Black Lives Matter protesters from the Bronx to Washington Heights and then onto the George Washington Bridge where they shut down both lanes of the upper level. They were trailed by Port Authority Police and then after meeting with another group, marched off the bridge and to the 34th precinct. Once at the precinct a line of police then cleared the protesters out of the street forcefully, tripping over each other and pushing them back with batons, some clubbing the protesters, one photographer was seen pushed against a car and forced directly into the precinct.
Video by Oliya Scootercaster and @NewYorkCityPeople (FNTV freedomnews.tv)
A crash involving a delivery truck and a sedan has left one person dead and two others injured, one critically, on the New Jersey Turnpike. It happened before 6 a.m. Monday in the southbound truck lanes about one mile south of Exit 12 in Carteret. Video from NewsCopter 7 showed a delivery van which had skidded off the right shoulder onto some grass, and a heavily damaged white Mercedes sedan in the left shoulder. Multiple first responders were on the scene. Eyewitness News is told one person in the Mercedes did not survive.
A 54-year-old woman who recently had a liver transplant was assaulted inside a New Jersey Staples store after asking the assailant to wear a mask, and the harrowing incident was caught on surveillance video. It happened just before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the location on Hackensack Avenue in Hackensack. Police say the victim was using the fax/copy machine when the when another woman approached to use a nearby machine with her own mask pulled below her mouth. ABC7NY New York News video
AFTER BLM ? Although New Jersey has made great progress in mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, the state reported 2,000 new cases within the past four days, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday. PIX11 New York News video
The son of a federal judge in New Jersey was killed and her husband injured in a shooting at their home in North Brunswick on Sunday, and the man believed to be the suspect was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Monday. Judge Esther Salas’ 20-year-old son Daniel was shot multiple times and died at the scene, while her husband — criminal defense Attorney Mark Anderl — is in critical but stable condition at the hospital after undergoing surgery, North Brunswick Mayor Francis Womack said. A body later found at Campsite and Berry Brook roads in Rockland, New York, is believed to be the suspect. He is believed to be a lawyer, leading investigators to believe the judge’s husband was the intended target…
Judge Salas, who is the first Latina to serve on the federal bench in New Jersey, was in the home at the time but was not hurt.
New Jersey Transit Police saved a newborn baby’s life after she stopped breathing at Penn Station in Newark. The officers found the baby girl and her mother inside the train station’s bathroom. Officer Bryan Richards gave the baby CPR, but she was still unresponsive and they rushed her to the hospital. As Officer Alberto Nunes drove, the baby responded to chest compressions and started breathing. The baby remains hospitalized at University Hospital, where she’s expected to be okay. — ABC7NY Eyewitness News video
Hoboken officials announced Saturday a two-day spike in cases, the highest since mid-May. Six cases were confirmed on Thursday and seven on Friday. Mayor Ravinder Bhalla said all 13 cases were those who traveled to states with alarming COVID-19 rates. 12 of the 13 went to states on New Jersey’s travel advisory quarantine list, including Florida, Texas, North Carolina and South Carolina. ABC7NY New York New Jersey News.