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Mt. Olive Police report a man in his late-30s approached two girls inside Dunkin' Donuts, then again in parking lot.
Judge says a year of meeting conditions could lead to a dismissal of sexual assault charge.
Lindsay Kiensicki remains hospitalized after suffering third-degree burns in a Feb. 28 house fire.
Police searching for shooters who hit 26 residences Sunday night.
Hopatcong resident staged burglary of his own home, stole girlfriend's cash, police said.
Police join annual initiative to enforce Click It or Ticket campaign.
Hopatcong man charged with causing public false alarm in 2012 must go to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
Hopatcong resident says $600 worth of goods taken from his basement, police report.
Resident found explosive device detonated on his car on Dupont Avenue, police report.
Search for man called off after investigation reveals incident never happened, authorities report.
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