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South River Water Official Arrested on Safe Drinking Water Act Violation

SOUTH RIVER, NJ—State law enforcement has arrested the licensed operator of the South River Water Department and charge him with submitting false water samples that tested them for coliform bacteria.

Robert Baker, a 56-year old resident of Mine Hill Borough, became the second water operator in Middlesex County to face criminal charges for failing to conduct required testing in recent years.

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Under Pressure, Rutgers Releases RUPD and NBPD Dispatch Logs

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Rutgers University released 1,272 pages of police records after being served with an amended complaint in a public records lawsuit filed by this reporter.

The Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) logs list each and every call that the city's two major police departments responded to between February 1 and May 31, plus other instances where officers were dispatched.

After eighteen weeks of stalling, Rutgers released the records about 30 hours after being served with the amended complaint.

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