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Friday May 20 | via NorthJersey.com
City narcotics detectives seized 1,150 glassine packets of heroin on Friday afternoon while arresting two men on drug dealing charges in the 4th Ward, according to Paterson police director Jerry Speziale. In response to tips from residents, members of the narcotics unit were conducting surveillance near the corner of Rosa Parks Boulevard and Putnam Street at about 2 p.m. when they spotted a vehicle with Pennsylvania license plates, authorities said. Comment?
Monday May 16 | via New Jersey Herald
It was an emotional Friday morning for one family inside the Northwest Christian School when a soldier surprised his 7-year-old daughter after a 10 month deployment. The moment, captured on video, was "surreal," said U.S. Navy Seabee Vicente Castillo who caught his daughter, Ariana, off-guard as she sang "God Bless America" with her classmates during her weekly Chapel class. Comment?
Monday May 16 | via New Jersey Herald
A dispute call at Quick Check in Byram led to the arrest of a Stroudsburg, Pa., man on multiple charges including possession of a hypodermic syringe, police said. Keith F. Parson, 43, was charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and, after a check of his name, several arrest warrants for him were found out of the Morris County's Sheriff's Office and Parsippany. Comment?
Monday May 16 | via Times News
A Monroe County man admitted to a charge of criminal mischief in an attempted burglary incident that occurred in Carbon County. Carmen Diacheysn, 47, of Stroudsburg, and formerly of Franklin Township, pleaded to the charge before Judge Steven R. Serfass on Thursday and was sentenced to a short prison term. Comment?
Friday May 13 | via Pocono Record
The defense is expected to call the first of its witnesses as it starts presenting its case this afternoon at the Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg. It remains to be seen if McRae himself will testify. Comment?
Monday May 9 | via Pocono Record
The Stroud Area Regional Police Department has arrested an East Stroudsburg man who is accused of killing his 5-month-old baby girl. On Friday, May 6, at about 12:49 p.m., police were dispatched to Pocono Medical Center for a report of a baby that had just arrived with a traumatic injury. Comment?
Monday May 2 | via WFMZ
Two Tannersville residents have been charged with ethnic intimidation and more for leaving the head of a cow at a sanctuary for cows near Stroudsburg. The Lashmi Cow Sanctuary in Jackson Township is run by a Hindu man whose religion teaches cows are a symbol of life and never should be killed. Comment?
Apr 28, 2016 | via Pocono Record
A driver allegedly pointed a gun at another driver while both were traveling through Stroudsburg on Interstate 80, state police at Swiftwater say. On Sunday, April 24, a few minutes after noon, police say Mustafa Abdallatif, 34, of Randolph, N.J., pulled a gun on Eric Hanson of New Jersey. Comment?
Apr 24, 2016 | via WNEP-TV Moosic
A man from New Jersey faces a slew of charges after allegedly robbing three girls in broad daylight in Monroe County. According to police, 34-year-old Mustafa Abdallatif, 34, of Randolph, New Jersey pulled up alongside the girls in his car in a parking lot in Stroudsburg on Sunday around noon. Comment?
Apr 24, 2016 | via Pocono Record
A Randolph, New Jersey man was arrested and charged with multiple counts of robbery after pointing a gun at three girls in a car in Compton's Pancake House's parking lot, according to Stroud Area Regional Police. Shortly after noon Sunday, police were dispatched to Compton's in Stroudsburg for an armed robbery in the parking lot and learned that three girls were in their vehicle when another car pulled up alongside them and the driver pointed a gun at them and demanded a cell phone, police say. Comment?
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