Around the State: Teen Crashes Stolen Car After Seeing Mom, Roving Nazi Flag Attack Ad
Other top stories this week include a middle school student charged in a 'sexting' scandal and a Essex County Sheriff's Officer facing child sex abuse charges.
A 13-year-old driving a car believed stolen was injured and arrested after he unexpectedly passed his mom while driving and then crashed the car into a tree.
A Nazi flag suspended over a urinal by a fishhook is one of the images in a rolling, anonymous, multimedia political attack ad that's shown up at Hoboken public meetings twice this week.
A 13-year-old New Jersey middle school student was charged last week with third-degree invasion of privacy for reportedly sending a text message that included an "explicit" photograph of his ex-girlfriend to fellow students.
A long-serving Essex County Sheriff’s Officer from Wayne was charged Thursday with sexually abusing a juvenile girl and family friend, authorities said.
Portions of a confidential Boy Scouts of America list kept for decades by the organization to document suspected molesters within their ranks were released earlier this week.
A historic pact, the first in New Jersey to include merit pay for teachers based on student performance, was signed this week for Newark teachers. The deal would make the district's high-performing teachers eligible for up to an additional $12,500, Newark Teachers Union President Joseph Del Grosso told the Associated Press.
State Sen. Kevin O’Toole urged New Jersey officials Wednesday to investigate a Bloomfield-based travel agency that allegedly defrauded more than 200 customers, who were left without a booked vacation or were stranded in foreign countries without accommodations.
A Bloomfield man, known as the "Eminem" bank robber because of his resemblance to the Detroit rapper, is accused of robbing a bank just three weeks after completing a nine-year jail sentence for a spate of bank robberies he committed a decade ago.
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty files criminal complaints against the Washington Township police officer who arrested him on a DWI charge in the summer.