Teaneck Murder Arrest, Flood of Credit Card Fraud Among Top Stories in May
A rundown of the month's 10 most-read stories.
A jealous husband was behind the killing of a Teaneck man who was found shot to death last year in his charred Elm Avenue home, Bergen County Prosecutors charged.
A sixth-grade teacher at Yeshivat Noam in Paramus and former Teaneck youth director was in custody after FBI agents found hundreds of videos and images depicting child pornography on his home computer, according to authorities and court documents.
Investigators have identified the body of a man pulled from the Hackensack River Sunday and found no signs of foul play in the death, police said.
About a hundred Teaneck residents have claimed fraudulent charges on their credit cards since Wednesday, leading township police to urge residents to officially report the alleged activity.
Teaneck’s mayor, a town ambulance service volunteer and a school board member won seats on the Township Council.
The coyote captured by county animal control officers on Fenimore Road may be released if wildlife experts can treat the animal for its injuries, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Councilwoman Barbara Toffler this week called for a council colleague to resign and said she would seek to have criminal charges brought against the longtime political adversary amid a swirl of allegations following Teaneck’s municipal election.
Owner Clark Loffman, of Teaneck, said the current state of the economy is tough on small restaurants.
A car crashed into a CVS store on Cedar Lane after a two-vehicle accident near Elm Avenue Friday afternoon, authorities said.