Man Nude at Kids' Lemonade Stand, Cops Say; Exec Fires Back Over Bergen Cops in Top County News
Here are the top headlines from around Bergen County, brought to you by the Patch editors who know those towns best.
A 46-year-old Ridgewood man is facing lewdness charges for attempting to expose himself to three young girls running a lemonade stand in Glen Rock before fleeing when confronted by an adult, police said.
Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan filed a lawsuit Thursday against the county freeholders to block a second reading of an ordinance that would dissolve the county police, and prevent a ballot question on merging the department with the sheriff's office.
Midland Park Police closed Godwin Avenue from Irving Street to Central Avenue for approximately one hour Wednesday night following a 3-car accident that sent multiple people to the hospital.
Glen Rock police say Sazana Sadiku, 24, was a major player in a ring that defrauded at least 40 pharmacies out of 5,000 Oxycodone pills, with a street value of $100,000.
While audience members and the New Milford Zoning Board heard from traffic engineer Elizabeth "Betsy" Dolan Tuesday night on the possible traffic impact and trip generation by the development of the United Water property, the Oradell governing body listened to its own residents concerns and considered what steps could be made on their part.
Since 1998 the Fair Lawn Police Department has been having cop cards made for a select number of officers and dispatchers who would like to have their likenesses — and 90s mustaches — preserved for eternity.
The cards were actually intended to make the officers more approachable for Fair Lawn residents, especially its children.
But now, looking back on some of the fashion choices and poses, we've got to share this amazing tradition for all to see.