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Englewood Cliffs man, already facing charges in $5M fraud, pleads guilty to drug smuggling plot

An Englewood Cliffs man and two others pleaded guilty today to their role in a scheme to smuggle $550,000 worth of cocaine into New Jersey.

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Mayor's executive order stirs conflict in Englewood Cliffs

A month after a community activist and frequent filer of requests under the Open Public Records Act was appointed to the Englewood Cliffs Borough Council, the mayor issued an executive order requiring that all council members’ requests for information from borough employees go through him. Borough Republicans cried foul, questioning whether the mayor had the legal authority to control the council’s communications.

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Englewood Cliffs school on alert after coyote sightings

Traps have been set and school officials have been asked to keep students indoors after several coyotes were sighted in the borough.

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Englewood Cliffs issues coyote warning

Traps have been set and school officials have been asked to keep students indoors after several coyotes were sighted in the borough, according to police.

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Coyote sightings prompt alert in Englewood Cliffs

Police this week urged residents to take precautions after reports of coyote sightings in the borough.

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Judge revokes bail for Englewood Cliffs man accused of defrauding law firms

A federal court judge on Tuesday denied bail for an Englewood Cliffs man who was charged with his wife in a scheme to defraud two New York City law firms of legal consulting fees through dummy companies they established.

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Feds want prorperty, Bentley owned by N.J. couple accused of stealing millions from law firms

Federal prosecutors have asked a judge for permission to seize $5 million in properties and a Bentley sedan owned by an Englewood Cliffs couple accused of fraud.

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Feds: Attorney from Englewood Cliffs, husband stole millions from two NYC law firms

Keila D. Ravelo, 49, and Melvin Feliz, 50, were charged with conspiring to commit wire fraud and were scheduled to have their first appearance hearing in federal court on Monday afternoon, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said.

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Volunteers prepare donations in Englewood Cliffs for Jersey Cares coat drive

A dozen volunteers who gathered outside the cable TV business network headquarters on Saturday morning sorting coats as part of the 19th annual Jersey Cares coat drive. The coats were picked up later in the day by the Greater Assembly Holy House of Prayer in Paterson, one of the non-profits that distributes them to the poor.

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Disbarred Englewood Cliffs attorney who stole client funds gets probation, report says

A judge on Friday sentenced a disbarred personal injury attorney who practiced in Englewood Cliffs and New York to five years of probation for stealing $88,000 in client funds in 2009

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