Additionally, less than a week later, a Jersey City man allegedly threatened to “bomb all of the Jews” there. He made the alleged threats during a phone call with a welfare worker. Indeed, the judge did not release the suspect on bail. Instead, she ordered him detained during the entire prosecution. Read More
Do you remember the 1980s movie License to Drive starring Corey Haim and Corey Feldman? One unforgettable scene occurred when Haim failed his driving test. Helen Hanft confronted Haim with the bad news. In addition to one choice expletive, Hanft warned Haim, “God giveth and the D.M.V. taketh away!” Recently, a woman at the Bayonne Motor Vehicle Commission allegedly lost her temper caused by the long lines. And it seems this is something anyone who has ever visited an M.V.C. ought to relate to. After all, who hasn’t felt the urge to express dissatisfaction with the M.V.C.? Nevertheless, most people choose resisting these impulses. It might be because most adults know government bureaucrats delight in shirking personal responsibility, scapegoating, and passing the buck. Read More
Gunfire at a Jersey City kosher market recently left a police officer, two suspects, and three bystanders dead. Subsequently, the investigation revealed alleged online hate as the drifters’ motive. Perhaps unsurprisingly, officials adopted the label domestic terrorism for the violence, which began a mile away at a cemetery. After opening fire at the market, the pair held off armed police and federal officials for four hours with hundreds of rounds of ammunition, per the news.
Recently a teenager pleaded guilty for escaping with three other juvenile detainees from a facility in 2017. Indeed, the four adolescents overpowered an Atlantic County juvenile detention center corrections officer. Additionally, they injured the officer and stole his keys, per the news. Furthermore, they fled in his vehicle, sideswiped another vehicle, crashed into a residence, and fled on foot. Moreover, while on the run, they burglarized two homes. Consequently, this youth pleaded guilty to an unrelated charge of first-degree attempted murder, burglary and escape. Accordingly, he will serve a total of 16 years, 11 of which are subject to parole ineligibility, per the news. Read More
Have you experienced a bitter breakup or falling out with another person? Did the drama seem to escalate like a soap opera with no end in sight? News reports indicate Toms River cops recently arrested an ex-boyfriend of Jenni “JWoww” Farley with extortion. The authorites claim the man threatened to divulge secrets about her to the media unless he received $25,000. The cops also claim he communicated the threat through Farley’s publicist. Oddly, the police publicized this on Instagram of all places! Any reasonably intelligent person will foreseeably wonder what the secrets entailed. But the police omitted them. Read More