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Man allegedly said 'are you read for fun?' before five officers detained him at headquarters.
Residents used two fire extinguishers to put it out, police said.
Man allegedly said 'are you ready for fun?' before five officers detained him at headquarters.
Hopatcong authorities said they were notified by a Stanhope officer.
Police report says soda proved an ineffective weapon, as does creating your own burglar uniform.
Authorities said incidents happened in neighborhood late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Incident occurred near Pavinci's on Saturday night, according to authorities.
This week's crazy New Jersey police news includes runaway cows, a cash hiding place failure and a pair of boozy pants.
Police say 30-year-old was last known to be in critical condition.
Mount Olive police do not have a suspect in a burglary that took place Sunday morning.
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