In January a Texas police officer was filmed on his cruiser’s dash cam taking a moment to play catch with a young neighborhood boy who was outside playing alone. Today, a video has surfaced of a New Jersey cop who also took a moment recently to play catch with a group of neighborhood boys. Is it s trend? We hope so.
New Jersey State Trooper William Carvounis, 35, of North Brunswick was shopping at a Cabela’s hunting store in Pennsylvania when he was spotted by the store’s security placing items in his cargo pants. Carvounis paid for some things at a checkout, but didn’t pay for $267.38 of items including a gun magazine, a pistol grip and [...]
When you are collared for driving under the influence, and you need a ride home, it should be obvious that you need a sober person to come and get you. Conversely, when you drive to a police station for any reason at all, you should be sober. With that in mind, this case shows how “the obvious” often slips by people when they are drunk.
A popular strip club in New Jersey was the scene of a Christmas morning horror when a gunman started firing into the crowd killing three people
According to police, Stephen Goss, 53, of Hackettstown, New Jersey, showed up intoxicated at the DMV to take his December 11, 2013, road test. Luckily for everyone the instructor caught it and did not allow Goss to take the test.
A look back in photos at the case against former basketball star Jayson Williams.
From our friends at The Daily Dot: “Somebody help me,” pleaded Kate Brianna Felton on Twitter shortly before a friend reported her missing to the U.S. Embassy in Moldova. Soon police were combing hotels and hostels in a European town looking for the teenage kidnapping victim. But they would never find her. Kate Brianna Felton did not exist.
Valentino Ianetti of Stanhope, New Jersey, who has spent three years in prison for the stabbing death of his wife Pamela in 2009, was released after prosecutors dropped the charges against him.
Driving home from dinner with friends on June 27, 2010, Fred Seeman and his wife Helene were hit by actress-turned-homemaker Amy Locane-Bovenizer, of Melrose Place fame, in a deadly DUI crash. Helene died, but Fred lived to see Locane-Bovenizer get the equivalent of a judicial slap on the wrist because of her personal circumstances.
Former New Jersey funeral director Steven Finley, convicted of desecrating corpses to sell the parts on the medical transplant market and barred from ever being a mortician again, was discovered working at a cemetery to the shock of the community and the families of his victims.