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A family is asking for help locating a 17-year-old girl who left her mother's house Saturday morning and has not been seen since, according to the family's attorney...Melendez had an argument with her mother before she left at about 8:30 a.m. She did
Lewis, 33, was charged with forgery, utterance of fraudulent checks, theft of movable property and theft by unlawful disposition. According to police, Lewis printed and issued two fraudulent checks on Sept. 16 when he purchased a 2009 Mercedes Benz
Community News (Elmwood Park Edition) A vehicle driven by an 83-year-old priest flipped over in an accident in Saddle Brook on Sept. 19. A local priest was hospitalized after driving his sedan into a tree on Franklin Avenue in Saddle Brook on Sept.
A delivery driver for a Garfield deli, Nice Food, on Palisade Avenue, reportedly crashed his 2010 Toyota into three parked vehicles attempting to flee from three male suspects who allegedly attempted to rob him at gunpoint. The victim, Shou Pan, 61,
Community News (Elmwood Park Edition) A 92-year-old Saddle Brook resident emerged unscathed after he accidentally drove his car into the McDonalds in the Saddle Brook Center on Route 46 around 7:30 a.m. on July 23. According to police, the man
Four New York City men were charged with theft Monday after they allegedly tried to cart off steel and other scrap metal from the rubble of a burned-out toy factory. Saddle Brook Police Officer Scott Habermann happened upon the men around 2 a.m.
The Record Police say a young man from Lodi may have been a one-man crime wave, but he also provided an object lesson in the wisdom of locking up your car at night. Authorities in Saddle Brook arrested Joston Jesters-Young on Saturday and believe him
Working with the Township of Saddle Brook and its emergency management officials, Columbia identified residents that were hardest hit and who were in immediate need of assistance. The bank responded by issuing community grants to purchase replacement
The Record As schools let out for the summer, temperatures rise and nights become longer, the issue of what teens decide to do after dark becomes problematic in some municipalities. In towns such as Lodi and Garfield , where small strip malls, fast-
A resident's persistence is being credited with a change in no parking enforcement. Effective April 18, parking along Midland Avenue in Saddle Brook will be prohibited where posted. In the past, the majority of Midland Avenue was a no-parking zone