Linden's mayor promises an investigation into how the city's police department handled the multiple drunk driving arrests of the officer behind the wheel during an accident in Staten Island that killed a fellow off-duty officer.
LINDEN, N.J. (AP) -- Two New Jersey police officers injured in a wrong-way crash in New York City that killed another officer and an acquaintance remained hospitalized in critical condition on Saturday, officials said.
State officials are advising drivers to use caution and patience during Friday's afternoon and evening commute as snow continues to fall in much of New Jersey. No state of emergency has been issued but residents are asked to keep "unnecessary" travel to a minimum.
A 75-year-old Old Bridge man was shot to death by police Tuesday morning after brandishing a knife at officers who had been called to his home over reports of a disturbance, the county prosecutor said.
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