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New Jersey – Sketchy Hasidic Real Estate Tactics Cited By Proponents Of Tighter “No Knock” Regulations In Jackson

Jackson, NJ – On Tuesday, the city council in Jackson is expected to take up a measure aimed at tightening regulations surrounding the town’s “no knock” ordinance. Read more

New Jersey Detective Sexted Two Teen Girls He Was Investigating

A Glen Rock detective whose job centered on protecting children was arrested Wednesday, accused of sending naked photos of himself to a 14-year-old girl and sexually explicit text messages to another teenage girl, both of whom had been under his supervision, authorities said. Read more

N.J. Trooper Under Review After Firing At Teens Who Knocked On Door

SPARTA, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The New Jersey Attorney General’s office has assigned a team to investigate, after a state trooper fired at three unarmed teenagers who knocked on his door. Read more

All New Jersey Troopers Getting Body Cameras Under New Policy

New Jersey plans to put body cameras on all state troopers who work in the field and is issuing guidelines on how local police forces statewide should use the devices. Read more

Mahwah Police Searching For Van After Man Grabs Bag With $141K Left Behind By ATM Worker

MAHWAH, N.J. — The search is on in New Jersey for a man in a van who police said drove off with a bag filled with tens of thousands of dollars that was accidentally left behind by an employee of an ATM company. Read more

Feds: DEA Agent, Worker Didn’t Report They Ran A Strip Club

NEW YORK – A supervisory agent and a telecommunications specialist for the Drug Enforcement Administration have been arrested on charges alleging they failed to notify the U.S. government they were operating an adult entertainment club in New Jersey. Read more

NJ Teacher Indicted After Relationships With Students

A married New Jersey English teacher was indicted Wednesday on charges that she engaged in improper relationships with three of her male students, including having an alleged sexual relationship with one of them. Read more