NJ’s Top News For 11/10: Reward For Fugitive
Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Friday:
HELMETTA — The hunt for a Middlesex County man wanted in connection to the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot has entered day two and authorities are using specialized vehicles as part of the search.
Gregory Yetman took off running when officers tried to execute an arrest warrant on Main Street in Helmetta Wednesday morning around 9 a.m., Jamesburg police said.
UPPER DEERFIELD — More lurid details came out during an online detention hearing about what officials say that an elementary school janitor posted online and his reasons for contaminating food for children.
Giovanni Impellizzeri, 25, of Vineland, a janitor at the Elizabeth F. Moore School in the Upper Deerfield Township school district, was ordered to remain in jail after prosecutors told a judge that Impellizzeri was sexually aroused at the thought of making children sick.
A program designed to help ensure that police interactions with the public don't get out of hand should have a presence in every New Jersey county by year's end.
Officials on Thursday announced that every law enforcement agency in Union County is now up and running with the ARRIVE Together program, including the police department at Kean University — the first college campus to join the effort.
BELLMAWR — The state Attorney General's Office is working to figure out what caused a man to die in a bathroom moments after being released from police custody.
The victim's body was found early Wednesday morning in the bathroom at the New Jersey State Police station in Bellmawr, according to the OAG. The restroom was connected to the lobby area and accessible to the public.
A college student from New Jersey who was shot in the head while she walked in a Nashville park has died.
Jillian Ludwig, 18, a freshman at Belmont University was walking on a track in Nashville's Edgehill Community Memorial Gardens Park Tuesday when she was struck by a stray bullet. She was in extremely critical condition at Vanderbilt Med Center, according to police.
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