Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday:

⬛ Thousands of NJ toll cheats caught, fined millions of dollars
The Port Authority collected more than $21 million last year in past due tolls and fees, from drivers with obstructed, missing or fictitious license plates

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⬛ White House blocks NJ mayor from entering Muslim celebration
The U.S. Secret Service said Monday it blocked a Muslim mayor from Prospect Park, New Jersey, from attending a White House celebration with President Joe Biden.

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⬛ NJ police give out steering wheel locks to fight TikTok car theft
Amid a social media challenge targeting millions of Hyundai and Kia cars — State Police are joining efforts to stop the theft.

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⬛ Woman charged in NJ cop hit-run has lost her license 3 times
Rachel Glatt, charged with hitting Robbinsville police officer Connor Boyle, has had her license suspended three times.

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⬛ Cops ask for help to identify suspects in Best Buy robbery
Do you recognize the two people caught on camera amid a robbery at the Best Buy in Mount Laurel, Burlington County?

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