Category: Crime

Trial about to begin for ISIS-inspired bomber accused of trying to kill 5 Linden police officers

LINDEN, N.J. – He’s already destined to spending his life in prison, but that’s not the end of his story. Next week, just over three years to the day from a bomb-fueled terror spree that unnerved the tri-state area, the Read More

N.J. authorities say school lunch fraud strikes (again) in Elizabeth, but it’s a huge national problem

TRENTON, N.J. – Around 20 million kids nation-wide get free or cheap lunches every year through the National School Lunch Program. Here in New Jersey, thousands of kids receive lunches subsidized by John and Jane Taxpayer through the state program.  Read More

Apparent false alarm triggers temporary chaos at Newark Liberty Airport

NEWARK, N.J. – Labor Day Weekend travelers at Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal A found themselves in a scary situation on Monday evening when an apparent false alarm (of some kind – see below) led to a temporary evacuation. The Read More

Discovered explosive devices lead to cancellation of South Plainfield’s Labor Day parade

SOUTH PLANFIELD, N.J. – The 24,000 resident-strong Middlesex County borough of South Plainfield was forced to cancel its annual Labor Day parade on Monday following the discovery of multiple explosive devices. “I do not have an exact figure, but a Read More

ROONEY: Bullet-resistant backpacks, school doors in Harrington Park are “all a Band-Aid”

TRENTON, N.J. – Office Depot has reportedly pulled bullet-resistant backpacks off of its shelves during the back-to-school shopping crunch. Meanwhile, the Northern New Jersey community of Harrington Park is installing bullet-resistant doors (imported from Israel) at its local K-8 school.  Read More

Cape May doubles-down on its commitment to help ICE

LOWER TOWNSHIP, N.J. – New Jersey may be a ‘sanctuary state’ under Phil Murphy, but a handful of counties continue to go their own way. One of them is the Jersey Shore’s own Cape May County, home of iconic summer Read More

N.J. township council votes to sue Murphy over Sanctuary Statehood

OLD BRIDGE, N.J. – It looks like counties won’t be the only New Jersey jurisdictions suing Governor Phil Murphy over his insane Sanctuary State policy.  On Monday night, Old Bridge (Middlesex) Council passed a resolution to authorize the township’s attorney Read More

10 inconvenient gun facts that will amaze, annoy your Leftist friends

By Matt Rooney _ Let’s get this out of the way: when a gunman attacks a school or group of shoppers, and it happens several times over the course of several years, it’s a problem worth taking seriously. No doubt Read More