NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Four men were arrested and charged with murder in the carjacking and death of a lawyer who was shot in front of his wife after shopping at a New Jersey mall, authorities said on Saturday.
Two of the attackers accosted Dustin Friedland, 30, on Sunday evening as he and his wife were loading gifts into their 2012 silver Range Rover in the parking lot of the upscale Mall at Short Hills, about 10 miles west of Newark.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Police on Monday were seeking an armed pair of suspected carjackers who a day earlier shot to death a man Christmas shopping with his wife at a high-end New Jersey mall and then fled in the couple’s luxury SUV, prosecutors said.
The couple had walked out of the Mall at Short Hills in Millburn, New Jersey, not far from New York City, at about 9:10 p.m. EST on Sunday (0210 GMT on Monday), and headed for the parking deck, where the man opened the door of their 2012 silver Range Rover for his wife. As he approached the driver’s door, he was confronted by a gunman, said Thomas Fennelly, chief assistant prosecutor for Essex County.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Concert promoter Live Nation Worldwide Inc. must provide free tickets and discount vouchers to hundreds of thousands of customers to settle claims that it overcharged for shows at a New Jersey arts center, a judge has ruled.
The settlement stems from a 2009 lawsuit alleging that concertgoers at the PNC Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, were overcharged for tickets by the use of deceptive practices.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Retired rock radio disc jockey Dave Herman was ordered to remain in federal custody on Wednesday on charges he attempted to transport a 7-year-old girl to the U.S. Virgin Islands from New Jersey to engage in sexual activity.
Herman, 77, was arrested at the St. Croix airport on October 24, where prosecutors say he was expecting to meet the girl.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Former “Jersey Shore” cast member Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino is facing a federal investigation into his finances, his publicist said on Thursday.
The probe centers on his businesses, which include MPS Entertainment, Situation Productions and a clothing line, Situation Nation, according to the website TMZ, which first reported on it.
, Nov 20 (Reuters) – “Real Housewives of New
Jersey” cast members Teresa and Giuseppe (Joe) Giudice pleaded
not guilty on Wednesday to two counts of loan fraud, part of a
slew of federal charges they face for what prosecutors say was
years of lying on financial applications and hiding income.
The newest charges stem from the couple allegedly making a
false claim eight years ago that Teresa had a job as a real
estate agent making $15,000 a month, prosecutors said. She was
not employed outside the home, according to prosecutors.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – The father of a 4-year-old boy in New Jersey, who accidentally shot and killed his 6-year-old friend while playing with a gun, has been indicted on charges of child endangerment, prosecutors said.
The decision by a grand jury came four months after Anthony Senatore, 33, was charged when authorities searched his home and found multiple unsecured weapons, including two 12-gauge shotguns, prosecutors said in a statement late on Wednesday.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – Seven hospital systems in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will form what executives say will be the largest U.S. healthcare alliance in the country.
The number of hospital mergers has soared in the past several years as providers band together to increase their power to negotiate higher reimbursement rates from insurers.
, Sept 14 (Reuters) – Two New Jersey beach towns
will get $15 million in state aid to repair damage from a
boardwalk fire that devastated the resorts that had to rebuild
after Superstorm Sandy, Governor Chris Christie said on
The fast-moving blaze swept across the Seaside Park and
Seaside Heights boardwalk on Thursday, engulfing scores of
businesses and taking 400 firefighters hours to put it out.
NEWARK, New Jersey, Sept 11 (Reuters) – New Jersey Governor
Chris Christie signed a bill on Wednesday allowing sick children
greater access to medical marijuana, weeks after saying he would
do so if the state legislature agreed to revisions.
The revisions to the bill, nicknamed “pot for tots,”
required that at least two doctors, including a pediatrician,
approve the treatment and tightened the language to ensure that
only minors could get access to edible forms of marijuana