Missing Clayton Girl Found Strangled, State of Emergency Declared Top State News
Other top stories include a mother and grandmother accused of boarding a Toms River school bus and physically and verbally assaulting children, and the arrest of five men suspected in a series of burglaries of high-end homes in North Jersey.
Two teenage brothers lured 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale into their house, strangled her and then dumped her body in a recycling bin, authorities said Tuesday afternoon.
In the wake of the impending hurricane, Gov. Chris Christie declared a weather-related state of emergency prior to holding a Saturday morning press conference in North Middletown.
A mother and grandmother have been charged with multiple offenses after a recent fracas that occurred on a Toms River Regional School District bus, according to information from Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy.
A team of investigators arrested five members of a burglary crew suspected of targeting high-end homes across the region just as the thieves were trying to crack open a stolen safe at an Englewood garage late Thursday, authorities said.
A jury in Arizona found a man guilty of first degree murder and robbery in the killing of a Point Borough woman who was attending college in Arizona, according to Fox News in Phoenix, AZ
A Woodbury man was convicted in the decade-old murder of Jennifer Whipkey, whose body, stabbed and slashed more than 60 times, was found in a wooded area off Woodbury Terrace in West Deptford on May 26, 2002.
More than a dozen attempted child lurings in Bergen County over the past weeks have police on heightened alert less than a week before thousands of children will take to the streets on Halloween.