Rash of Burglaries, Police Merger Study in Top Teaneck News
A look at the week's top stories in Teaneck
A county-funded study recommended against merging the Teaneck, Bogota and Little Ferry police departments, saying the move would offer only "marginal" savings and was unlikely to increase the level of service in the three communities.
A judge on Thursday rejected a request to lower bail for the man accused in what prosecutors have described as the love-triangle slaying of a Teaneck software engineer, northjersey.com reported.
Sui Kam “Tony” Tung has close ties to China and his brother is a convicted felon, giving Tung access to weapons and fake documents, Judge Liliana DeAvila-Silebi said in denying his request for a reduction of the $3 million bail, according to the report.
Holy Name Medical Center has become one of two Bergen County hospitals to earn a top ranking for quality by an independent accreditation agency, according to a news release issued Thursday.
Police have stepped up patrols and are asking residents to report anything suspicious after an increase in burglaries over Rosh Hashanah and other religious holidays, Chief Robert Wilson said Thursday.
An Englewood teenager missing for more than two months was arrested by New York City police after officers found her in the Bronx early Thursday, according to authorities and a family spokesman.