Police Seeking Suspects in Assaults Reported on High Street and in the Restroom at Harvest Moon Brewery
Harold Williams, 60, Allegedly Used a Cellphone to Take Upskirt Pictures of an Underage Girl
25-year Gunned Down Monday Night at Los Amigos Tavern
Matt Cordiero and Two Additional RU Students Among 36 Demonstrators Arrested for Blocking Entrance to Student Loan Provider’s Washington DC Office
New Brunswick Detectives Weiss and Bornheimer Involved in Remsen Avenue Shooting That Leaves One Man Wounded
Internal Affairs head Richard Rowe was indicted for mishandling 81 investigations into his fellow officers.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – It took authorities years to realize that dozens of files containing complaints lodged by citizens against NBPD officers had gone missing. Ultimately, Sgt. Richard Rowe, who ran the Internal Affairs division from 2003 to 2007, was blamed for the problem.
Authorities also alledge he tampered with the files and failed to fully investigate 81 of the complaints against his fellow officers, leaving them open indefinitely.
Two Men Arrested And Charged With Hit and Run