Inside Job Goes Wrong; Old, Deaf Dog Missing in Top County News
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Two Paterson men and one woman from North Haledon were arrested Friday night after orchestrating a plot to rob the woman's boss — the owner of a popular Wyckoff pizzeria — but failing after a gun accidentally discharged in front of the business owner's home, according to police.
A deaf and elderly dachshund disappeared on Christmas Eve from Paula Gilligan's Glen Rock yard and remains missing. The owner suspects the dog — not known to take off — was snatched.
A man wearing a ski mask and brandishing an automatic handgun robbed a Franklin Lakes GameStop Wednesday night, according to police.
This robbery was the second in just over a year at the popular Franklin Crossing Shopping Center electronics franchise.
Police are looking for two men who broke into a Mahwah home Thursday night then fled after unsuccessfully trying to disarm the home’s security system.
Someone is definitely on the naughty list.
A family reported its unlocked 2001 Nissan Quest was jacked from a North Maple Avenue driveway on Christmas Eve. Police have no leads.
Lina Martinez, of Clifton, allegedly stole approximately $400,000 from the Saddle Brook fashion design company where she was a partner.