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Lodi Man Scammed Elderly Driver Out of $2K, Cops Say

Police say similar scams—often perpetrated on the elderly and unaware—are fairly common in Fort Lee.

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N.J. Assemblywoman in crucial district drops bid for re-election

Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen) cited family reasons for dropping out

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Hertz employees have summer to decide on move to Florida as company moves HQ out of N.J.

By Labor Day, said Richard Broome, a spokesman for Hertz, the company should have a good idea of who wants to relocate

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Fort Lee Buys $10,000 Worth of Radios

The borough dropped the cash — along with another $10,000 for maintenance of an AM radio frequency — to ensure residents don't get stuck in the dark during emergencies like Hurricane Sandy.

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N.J. State Police investigating carjackings by suspects impersonating cops

The New Jersey State Police are investigating a recent series of carjackings in which suspects impersonating police officers have pulled vehicles over at gunpoint and stolen the victims’ cars.

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Fort Lee introduces storm-proof radio

When Superstorm Sandy hit, residents were cut off from communication on what was happening around them. No working phone lines, no cable, no Internet.

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Murder trial set for September in Cliffside Park dismemberment case

A judge on Monday set a Sept. 17 trial date for one of Bergen County’s most grisly murder cases, in which a Cliffside Park man is accused of fatally stabbing his live-in boyfriend before butchering his body and stashing it in garbage bags.

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Bergen County-based state court faces stream of departing judges

Up to eight Superior Court judges in Bergen County are set to leave their positions within the coming year, potentially leaving the bench with a nearly 25-percent vacancy.

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Wayne man is among seven to plead guilty in bribery scheme involving medical referrals

Seven people, including the president of a Parsippany diagnostic lab, pleaded guilty on Monday in a scheme to pay millions of dollars in bribes to doctors for blood work in exchange for referrals worth more than $100 million to the company.

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State police, Bergen County police officers have confrontation on Turnpike, report says

Plainclothes cop got into argument with State Police officer on Turnpike, report says

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