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N.J. father, daughter found guilty of assaulting cops

A Hillsborough Township father and daughter were found guilty of aggravated assault on police on Dec. 19, 2016, following a jury trial in Somerset County Superior Court.

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Senate unanimously reappoints Cumberland County prosecutor

Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae was re-appointed by the Senate.

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N.J. State Police investigating Commercial Twp. death

Police were called to Commercial Township Monday morning.

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Travel restrictions lifted for ex-Edison cop charged in firebombing cases

Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Alberto Rivas also reduced the bail for the indicted former officer, Michael Dotro.

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Ex N.J. cop gets 5 years for sex assault of teen

Ralph Pereira was arrested in 2014

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Officials break ground on $56M ship-to-rail facility in Bayonne

Officials broke ground on a $56 million ship-to-rail facility on Monday morning, which they say will eliminate nearly 400,000 trucks from crowded roadways.

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Trenton police promote 12 new lieutenants, sergeants (PHOTOS)

5 years after the city laid-off 105 police officers, the department has emerged from the "dark days," the director said.

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Carneys Point gas station held up again by armed robber

The Pioneer Gas Station on North Virginia Avenue was hit on Sunday night by a robber carrying a knife, police said.

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Shore town's new $387K lifeguard headquarters reportedly closed for mold

The building was completed in May but is now closed due to mold.

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Trenton firefighter injured in fall from truck heading to a fire

The firefighter, who was not named, apparently flew out of the engine at about 1:30 p.m. in the area of Parkside Avenue.

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