Williams Township Man Arrested For Fatal Crash, His Fourth DUI In A Month
Date: September 28, 2016

EASTON – According to a Northampton County judge, 37-year-old Daniel P. Braeunig will serve 5 to 10 months in jail as he was taken into custody 3 times for driving under the influence in the same month and caused a deadly accident which left an individual dead. Braeunig was taken into custody for DUI one day prior to causing the deadly accident. Braeunig got back his pickup truck from an impound yard on 28th of December, where it had been towed after his DUI arrest in Wilson. Just after 22 hours, he got behind the wheel drunk and caused an… Read More

Medical Errors That Bring The Malpractice Lawsuits
Date: September 18, 2016

Medical malpractice is the negligence of healthcare professionals, doctors, surgeons and other medical consultants who fail to provide proper treatment and are irresponsible in providing standard treatment which in result causes injury, harm to a patient or even death. The malpractice is usually a medical error. This may possibly be in medication dosage, treatment, diagnosis, health management, or aftercare. The claim for the compensation must have few characteristics to consider them under the law of medical malpractice. These include: Fail to provide a standard care – This law states that the medical professionals must follow the standard of care. It’s… Read More

Drunk Driving crackdown by Madison police
Date: September 6, 2016

MADISON – The summer holiday season is going to end soon, so Borough police is paying attention to driving under the influence of alcohol more than the usual routine. As part of the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, DWI enforcement patrols were increased in number for the program that began on 19th of August and will end on 15th of September. State officials told that the main purpose of a raise in the enforcement patrols is to keep DWI motorists off the roadways and prevent DWI accidents & fatalities. N.J. Division of Highway Traffic Safety is handling and… Read More

Recently Hired NJ Football Coach Arrested For DUI After Crashing Into Parked Cars Outside High School
Date: August 22, 2016

50-year-old Thomas Ferriero was taken into custody on Friday for hitting 4 parked motor vehicles. The incident happened at about 8:00 p.m. For the offense, he has been suspended without pay for getting behind the wheel of a town van and hitting several parked motor vehicles while under the influence of alcohol. He was recently hired as Harrison (N.J.) High head football coach and his job was scheduled to start on 15th of August, but his arrest didn’t give him a chance to serve as a coach. A report released by the police stated, “Ferriero first struck two parked cars… Read More

Toms River man arrested for bouncing through Holland Tunnel
Date: August 3, 2016

JERSEY CITY – On Thursday, a Toms River man was taken into custody by the Port Authority police. Port Authority Police Department was informed on 28th of July at about 3 p.m. that an individual was bouncing a 2015 Volkswagen GTI off the walls of the tunnel’s New Jersey-bound tube. Joe Pentangelo, a spokesman for the Port Authority said, “PAPD Officer Michael Gerbasio intercepted the car and activated emergency light and sirens in an effort to pull the car over. The officer used a public address system to instruct the vehicle’s driver to pull over. The driver continued on weaving… Read More

New Jersey cop charged with DUI and resisting arrest in Pennsylvania
Date: July 21, 2016

HAZLETON, Pa. – On Thursday, 45-year-old William McCarthy III, a police officer serving on a Morris County department, crashed his motor vehicle in multiple cars while he was driving impaired. He is now facing several charges. McCarthy was taken to the Luzerne County Correctional Facility for various charged including: Driving under the influence Resisting arrest Reckless driving Accidents involving damage to attended vehicles Duty to give information and render aid At about 8 p.m., police received calls of an erratic driver in a Nissan Armada SUV. According to an individual who saw the officer’s car hitting other cars, 2 of… Read More

42-Year-Old Man Accused In Killing Former Employer Confessed To Killing
Date: July 13, 2016

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – 42-year-old David Stead, who was accused of killing his former employer, admitted his crime, according to a New Jersey prosecutor. The shooting case happened over the weekend. Stead appeared in the court for the first time on Tuesday through a teleconference, shown by Burlington County Times report. Burlington County Assistant Prosecutor Michael Angermeier told that Stead confessed to shooting his former boss, Thomas Wright II. He went to his home with the intention of robbery, but he killed him by shooting and escaped the scene in a rented pickup truck which his boss had been using.… Read More

New Jersey week in Crime – June 2016
Date: June 23, 2016

The following crimes took place in New Jersey last week: A Brick woman, who got involved in a wrongdoing of killing her grandmother while she was intoxicated, learnt her punishment. A woman, who was the employee of Paterson police department, was taken into custody in a drug raid. They both are from the list of individuals who are charged, convicted of, or sentenced in different crimes that made news in New Jersey last week. A Brick woman was intoxicated when she severely beat her grandmother almost 2 years ago for which she has been sentenced to 6 years in jail… Read More

47-year-old Sikh man shot dead in New Jersey in possible hate crime
Date: June 13, 2016

NEW YORK – On 30th May, a 47-year-old Sikh, who was a gas station owner, was shot dead in Newark, New Jersey. It is suspected that the incident is a hate crime. According to the police, Davinder Singh was found unresponsive at the gas station and was rushed to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. He shifted from India to the U.S. almost 25 years back. He may be killed due to the reason that he was a Sikh and wore a turban, according to his son, Jatinder Singh. There was no conflict or fight, “I don’t know… Read More

New Jersey Year In Crime
Date: May 26, 2016

A report released by New Jersey State Police’s Uniform Crime report shows that every 2 minutes and 54 seconds, a crime happens in New Jersey. The purpose of preparing and releasing the report is to reveal how much crime rate is increasing day by day. The crime rate started decreasing in the previous year, but the rate is still high. A closer look at the investigation of the crimes shows a specific pattern which includes: Mostly, murders and crimes occur on Saturdays Gun is the weapon used for 93 percent of all homicides where the offender is male The offender… Read More