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Police & Fire
Soda proves an ineffective weapon, as does creating your own burglar uniform. Plus, OMGs from NJ PD preemptively welcomes Snooki and JWoww into the fold.
Anne Castagna is accused of using antifreeze to poison her elderly in-law at a rehab facility in Deptford. The victim died Thursday.
Officials said a man was robbed at gunpoint in front of his broken-down car.
Prosecutors said Anne Castagna researched antifreeze effects before allegedly poisoning her grandmother-in-law at a Deptford rehab center.
The subject allegedly stole from a car in Cinnaminson and bought goods in Palmyra.
The fire on Cinnaminson Street started in the first floor bathroom, according to officials.
This week's crazy New Jersey police news includes runaway cows, a cash hiding place failure and a pair of boozy pants.
Bridge Commission officers are participating in the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.
Freeholder Louis Cappelli says that spillover from the most dangerous city in America is Collingswood's biggest problem. Veteran officers say the plan is a union-busting sham.
Reports say a product was ignited and heavy smoke was coming out of the roof.
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