A man seeking to become a police officer in northern New Jersey was arrested during his interview after authorities found he was wanted on a warrant stemming from a traffic violation several years earlier.
A Voorhees township police officergot himself in hot water after using the state's motor vehicle data base to look up personal information about a female motorist which he later used to reach out to her on Facebook.
A measure that toughens penalties for people who kill, maim or even threaten to harm a police dog, a police horse or any other animal used by law enforcement could be passed by the full Assembly in the coming weeks.
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