There will be a pet and family event on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Library Park, 415 Harrison Ave., Harrison. This is a free event for the whole family and their pets and animal venders from all over NJ, rescues and shelters and events for kids, at 1 p.m. will take place. There will also be a blessing of the animals and a concert by Jo-Ann & The Converters.
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Due to weather conditions this week and the need to preserve the final stages of construction on the oval, tonight’s Nutley High School home football game has been moved to Monsignor Owens Field 44 Park Ave., at 7 p.m. Admission to the game is free.
The state Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team is investigating a fatal shooting of the driver of a stolen SUV at the Lyndhurst-Rutherford border early Tuesday, Sept. 16, according to a press release issued by the AG’s Office.
The driver, identified as Kashad Ashford, 23, of Newark, was shot by police shortly before 2:30 a.m. after a pursuit and a passenger in the vehicle, listed as Jemmaine T. Bynes, 30, of East Orange, was arrested.
The AG’s Office said the two men, who reportedly had a weapon inside the vehicle, were being chased in connection with their alleged efforts to steal or break into vehicles. Read more »
During the past week, the Nutley Police Department responded to 120 calls for service, including 14 motor vehicle crashes and 38 medical calls. Among those responses were these incidents:
Officers on patrol came across a man walking north on Franklin Ave. who fit a description broadcast by detectives of someone who had committed acts of criminal mischief on Aug. 15 on Franklin. The suspect was described as an African-American man with dreadlocks. Officers interviewed the man, identified as Earnest Bradley, 33, of Newark, and learned he was wanted on a warrant from the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office. He was later turned over to that agency for processing. Read more »
A suspect in a home invasion incident in Lyndhurst has been placed under arrest, according to the Lyndhurst Police Department.
Evanalain Sieberkrob-Hershman, 24, of Kearny, has been charged in connection with the incident, which happened Friday, Aug. 29, at a Bogle Drive residence.
Police said they responded to the location, at about 4:45 p.m., on a report of a robbery and assault.
Police said an unknown man had entered the house through an unlocked rear door, grabbed a 74-year-old woman who lives there and demanded money. At that point, police said, the woman’s husband, also 74, entered the kitchen and tried to intervene but was struck in the head by the intruder. Read more »
By Ron Leir
At the top of the Oval, there’s a small square which, in about a month, should be flat.
Yes, the fenced-off, vacant two-story house at 484 Schuyler Ave. surrounded by overgrown vegetation, with a shed in the backyard, is coming down.
The building – next to the entrance of Kearny’s Gunnell Oval recreation complex – has been sitting empty for at least a decade, according to town Public Works Director Gerry Kerr, and now that the town is aiming to make over the environmentally compromised Oval, it will be removing the adjacent eyesore.
Its last owner was listed in Kearny tax records as Matilda Dorothy Horn. Read more »
Photos by Karen Zautyk
On Tuesday, Aug. 5, the Kearny Police Department sponsored its annual National Night Out Against Crime event on Belgrove Drive. The popular program drew scads of kids and adults and featured everything from a Jaws of Life demo to a classic car show to a visit from a State Police helicopter. And much more. All packed into two hours and one block!
State Sens. Paul Sarlo and Stephen Sweeney will be meeting with Lyndhurst Mayor Robert Giangeruso and the Lyndhurst Board of Commissioners for a press conference concerning the problematic traffic issues around the DeJessa Bridge on Tuesday, Aug. 12th at 3 p.m., in the parking area of 601 Riverside Ave., adjacent to the bridge.
North Arlington’s Concert featuring the Duprees that was scheduled for tonight at Riverside County Park, has been postponed until Aug. 25 because of predicted heavy rain this evening.
The North Arlington Police Department is currently investigating an incident involving use of counterfeit $100 bills at a 7-Eleven on Ridge Rd.
A man, approximately 6′ in height, 150 lbs., wearing a baseball cap with a Seattle Mariners logo, a white tank top, black/white basketball shorts, white socks, black sandals and black backpack entered the 7-Eleven July 20 at 6:37 p.m. The suspect purchased a Green Dot MoneyPak for $350, giving the counter person four, $100 bills that were counterfeit.
If you have seen or are able to identify the individual pictured in the photo, contact the North Arlington Police Department at 201-991-4400.
All calls will be kept confidential.