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Apartment Catches Fire Near Intersection of Redmond and Throop
January 10, 2016
Two Weeks Prior, Two Men Were Shot on The Other Side of County Line in Franklin
January 10, 2016
51-Year-Old City Woman Arrested and Charged With DWI After Crash
January 8, 2016
2002 BMW Was Reportedly Taken From Morristown in a Felony Carjacking
January 5, 2016
At Least Two New Brunswick Police Vehicles and One North Brunswick Police Vehicle Were Damaged in Crashes During in First Weekend of 2016
January 4, 2016
No Crime Alert Issued, Case Was Quickly Closed Without Explanation, No Answers Available Because Rutgers Office of Ethics & Compliance is Out on Holiday
December 30, 2015
After Another Man Got Out of a Vehicle and Shot Him Twice, The Victim Ran Into Hub Liquors and Then Out Onto French Street
December 26, 2015
NBPD Has Not Publicized The Incident That Occurred Just After 1AM on December 25
December 26, 2015
NBPD Did Not Make Any Arrests, Waited Six Days to Confirm The Crime Happened
December 23, 2015
Incident Occurred Near Talmadge Street in Second Ward
December 16, 2015
Dion Napier's Lawyer Says He Was Taken to Hospital From NBPD Headquarters, Police Charged Him With Nearly a Dozen Offenses
December 16, 2015
City Police Investigating Gunpoint Robbery on Morrell Street, Strongarm Robbery That Injured Two on Mine Street, & Bizarre Gun Incident on Nichol Av.
December 12, 2015
Crime Alert: Rutgers Man Injured in Mugging Near Greenhouses at 7PM
December 12, 2015
23-Year-Old Woman From Lawrenceville Becomes Third Person This Year to Commit Suicide From a City Parking Deck
December 11, 2015
Crime Alert: Woman Asked to Enter SUV by Strangers, But After She Declined, a Man Tried to Push Her In Until Bystanders Yelled
December 11, 2015
NBFD Employees Wore Pink T-Shirts in October to Benefit The Sisters Network
December 2, 2015
No Crime Alert Issued After Guilden Street Residents Awoke to Find Suspects Robbing Their House, One Resident Chased Them Out into The Street
December 2, 2015
Police Captain Confirms Two People Reported Injured, No Kids on Bus
November 30, 2015
New Brunswick Landlord Paul Cano Has Not Been Sentenced Almost Two Years After He Was Arrested as Part of NJ State Police Takedown of Drug and Gun Sales Network
November 30, 2015
Dell Walker Not Suspended Despite Charges of Insurance Fraud, Theft, and Forgery
November 24, 2015
On Same Night That Three Were Injured in Knifefight at Rutgers, a 17-Year-Old Was Also Stabbed in Parking Lot of New Brunswick Walgreens
November 24, 2015
NBPD Confirmed Report of Nonfatal Shooting Monday Morning at Seaman & Lee
November 23, 2015
Crime Alerts Reveal Suspects Were Armed With Handguns or in One Case a BB Gun
November 22, 2015
John Muller Also Admitted to Harassing The Woman's Eight-Year-Old Grandson
November 20, 2015
Highland Park Bank Alerted Authorities to Bogus Payroll Checks
November 20, 2015
Police Arrest Two After Traffic Stop, Claiming to Find Two Guns in Their Vehicle
November 20, 2015
Boraie Development's One Spring Street Highrise in New Brunswick Never Registered as a "Multiple Dwelling" Building With State
November 8, 2015
Police Still Haven't Answered Questions About Unpublicized Violent Crimes Including At Least One Stabbing, Shots Fired, and Assault With a Metal Rod
November 8, 2015
After Criticism, Rutgers University Student Assembly Holds First Meeting of New Standing Committee on Campus Sexual Assault
November 8, 2015
Michael Bacorn Back on Job After City Runs Afoul of NJ Pension Regulations
November 6, 2015
37-Year Veteran of Edison Force Reportedly Retired Amid a Battle With Cancer, Authorities Say He Used Up His Sick Days While Working at Menlo Park Mall
November 5, 2015
One of Two Incidents to Generate Crime Alerts During Halloween Weekend
November 5, 2015
Each of Last Three NBPD Directors Still on Public Payroll While Collecting Pensions
November 4, 2015
MCPO Determined Men Opened Fire on Another Group, Killing Innocent Young Man
November 3, 2015
Wounded Person Left Blood Trails in Mettler Hall, According to Police Radio
October 30, 2015
Pilot Program Extended Through November After Computer Glitch
October 28, 2015
Historic Landmark Badly Damaged in Three-Alarm Blaze on Neilsen Street
October 23, 2015
City Police Calling Ex-Military 6x6 Vehicle a "Mobile Community Police Precinct"
October 21, 2015
Wearing Dark Clothing and Mask, Robber Demanded Victim Hand Over Her Purse
October 19, 2015
Task Force Involved US Postal Postal Inspection Service, Somerset Co. Prosucutor's Office, a Somerset Co. Sheriff's Office Police Dog, and Local Police
October 17, 2015
According to RUPD Alert, Unknown Suspect Punched Rutgers Man in Face
October 11, 2015
October 6 Power Outage Comes Four Months After Nearby Transformer Explosion
October 11, 2015
Mayor James Cahill Expected to Sign Off on Deal With PBA 23 and 23A Unions, Continuing Annual Raises For Officers
October 10, 2015
Victim Dropped Off at RWJ Hospital Shortly After Shooting at 33 Commercial
October 7, 2015
Sheriff Millie Scott Received a Suspicious Package, Causing an Evacuation
October 7, 2015
18 College Avenue Has Been Scene of Several Crimes in Recent Years
October 6, 2015
Already in Jail For Other Sex Crimes, Bruce Sterling Found Guilty of Many Offenses in 2003 Home Invasion and Sexual Assault of Woman in Her Ray Street Home
October 2, 2015
Storm Upgraded to Category 4 Hurricane, As It Heads Toward New Jersey
October 2, 2015
RUSA Votes Against Creating a Committee to Address Sexual Assault Issues on Campus
October 1, 2015