Dunkin' Donuts Robbery, Alleged Loan Shark in Top Teaneck News
A look back at the week's top Teaneck stories
A 16-year-old former Teaneck High School student turned himself in Wednesday and was charged in the armed robbery at a Teaneck Dunkin' Donuts, Chief Robert Wilson announced Thursday.
Investigators have seized $1 million and identified 13 victims in the probe of a Teaneck-based businessman accused of running a loan scheme, according to authorities and a published report.
Amir Landsman, 45, the owner of H Capital, was arrested Tuesday morning in Englewood on his way to work at the Glenpointe office complex, authorities have said. He allegedly assessed borrowers as much as 150 percent in annual interest and was charged with one count of criminal usury.
Teaneck officials are reviewing options for the rundown former Police Athletic League building on Belle Avenue.
The Pace Outlet store in Teaneck Road's T-State shopping plaza is closing after less than a year in town.
Pace opened last summer, offering discount items including housewares and luggage. Signs posted at the store Tuesday announced the closure and offered sale items.