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Full Story: njJanuary 01
SALEM -- A dispute over drugs lead a man to kill another person and then try to hide their body in an apartment closet for several hours, according to prosecutors. The suspect, Dante Spence, 31, then allegedly called his stepmother seeking help in disposing of the body of the victim, Gary Carter, 45. But Superior Court Judge John Eastlack on Monday, who found there was probable cause for the case to move forward, ordered Spence held in jail until trial saying Spence posed a danger to the community and was a flight risk.January 01
Police in Delaware and New Jersey say they've received multiple complaints about mysterious music from towns located along the Delaware River. Delaware State Police Cpl.
Full Story: phillyJanuary 01
For the first time, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has tested for manmade "chemicals of emerging concern" - often referred to as PFAS - in the lower Delaware River watershed and found the chemicals in multiple locations. The expanded testing of fish in selected waterways was carried out as part of a regular update of fish consumption advisories , according to a press release issued Thursday.January 01
After a chase that spanned two counties, New Jersey police officers shot and killed a man accused of murdering another man and critically injuring a woman. Police first responded to a 911 call reporting a man and woman who had been found shot inside a home on Woodhaven Way in Winslow Township early Saturday morning.
Full Story: njheraldJanuary 01
Authorities say a man being sought in a shooting that killed a man and critically injured a woman was shot and killed after a police pursuit, and two missing children were later found safe. Prosecutors in Camden County said 47-year-old Derek White was found shot to death in a Winslow Township home early Saturday.January 01
The FoodTrust's "Ready Set Grow" farm-to-early care program is partnering with preschools across Salem County to support young children getting a healthy start in life, while also supporting local farmers and the local economy. The program allows youngsters to grow their own school gardens while learning about healthy choices.