Cherry Hill Township recognizes the Annual “Put the Brakes on Fatalities” Day on Oct. 10, a statewide initiative that challenges motorists to buckle-up, slow down and obey all traffic laws to keep New Jersey roads fatality-free.
Detectives with the New Jersey State Police Major Crime Unit and Troop C Criminal Investigation Office are investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found in the woods along Route 206 Monday morning.
“The overall goal here is to provide the safest, most secure environment in the long run. That is what we’re trying to accomplish,” lieutenant Sean Redmond said.
The following reports are on file with the Haddonfield Police Department.
On Sept. 5 at 1:30 p.m., Cherry Hill Police arrested and charged a husband and wife for possession of heroin, possession of CDS paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child.
The Moorestown Police Department will be hosting a Prescription and Over the Counter Medicine Disposal Site as part of the 2013 DEA Operation Take Back NJ initiative.
The medicine turn-in will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the front parking lot of the police department, located at 1245 N. Church St., Suite 2.
The Camden County Colonial Alliance, which is made up of seven area municipalities, including Haddonfield, recently decided to look into another cost-saving initiative – combining certain services in police departments.
BurlCo Freeholders have been taking their act on the road for monthly public meetings. Last week, the show arrived in Mt. Laurel, and a full house of BurlCo residents attended.
In response to the article “Is there a ‘justifiable need?’” sounds like Pierce Morgan (CNN) wrote the article. “What we are not for is wielding these arms in public, with no legitimate purpose.”
Burlington County freeholder director Joe Donnelly announced today that the County will now be sending important messages and notifications to residents through Nixle.