Drunk Driving Charges, Superintendent Generator Controversy Top County News This Week
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Four people were treated for minor injuries and a 22-year-old woman was charged four with counts of assault by auto, driving while intoxicated and other charges after Route 4 crash late Sunday, according to county police.
A drunk driver turned herself in to county police hours after she fled the scene of an accident on Route 4 near Queen Anne Road that left four people injured late Sunday, authorities said.
Westwood Regional Superintendent Geoffrey Zoeller had been criticized for using a district-owned truck and generator at his home for Hurricane Sandy, and leaving them there while away on vacation.
Business Manager Richard "Buzzy" Dressel and President John DeBouter of IBEW Local 164 are facing embezzlement and defrauding charges.
A food and clothing drive organized by the Teaneck Policemen’s Benevolent Association, in cooperation with the Teaneck teachers union, amassed truckloads of donations for areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy.
Two Upstate New York men were arrested Monday after Wyckoff Police say they were involved in the theft of a gas station attendant's cell phone.
Paul Garnere, 29, was charged with the theft. Everett Wilson, 30, was charged with hindering in his own apprehension.