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.
Thomas Pollando, the longtime Chairman of Sayreville’s Democratic Party Organization, was charged with accepting bribes after being caught red-handed with the cash, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
After a challenged election, a refused appeal, and a long wait, voting is underway in the “do-over” election for one of Old Bridge’s nine Township Council seats.
Two police officers, including a lieutenant, are suing Piscataway Police Chief Thomas Mosier in separate lawsuits alleging discrimination, misconduct, and a toxic, hostile workplace.
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.
For over a month, political insiders here have had access to the new district lines that will be used in local elections, but the very same maps are still being kept secret from the general public.
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.