A city employee assigned to read water meters transported a gunshot victim to the hospital after a domestic violence shooting left the 36-year-old man wounded on Lee Avenue.
Law & Public Safety
Public safety in New Brunswick and around Middlesex County, plus the judicial system and state law enforcement
Elected Councilwoman Killed in Sayreville Shooting
Eunice Dwumfour, an up-and-coming public servant, was killed in a hail of gunfire near her home in the Parlin section of the borough at approximately 7:20pm on February 1.
RICO Charges Filed in Mass Shooting and Two Other Hub City Murders
The indictment accuses seven alleged gang members of a racketeering conspiracy in violation of the RICO Act, connecting four New Brunswick homicides, as well several non-fatal shootings, heroin distribution, and multiple types of fraud.
Police Chief Slammed With Discrimination Lawsuits From His Own Officers
Two police officers, including a lieutenant, are suing Piscataway Police Chief Thomas Mosier in separate lawsuits alleging discrimination, misconduct, and a toxic, hostile workplace.
MCPO: Elizabeth Man Emailed Bomb Threat That Closed Middlesex County Court
Authorities announced the arrest of a 30-year-old man from Elizabeth, claiming that he was responsible for a bomb threat that forced evacuations on the morning of October 25.
Shooting Calls to NBPD Increased Sharply in 2021, Data Analysis Shows
A data analysis conducted by New Brunswick Today shows a substantial increase in the number of gun violence incidents reported to police in 2021.
Young Man Murdered in Broad Daylight at New Brunswick’s Most Dangerous Corner
A 23-year-old man was killed by gunfire shortly after 10am on a Sunday morning at what has become the city’s most dangerous hotspot for gun violence.