Lurings, Curfews and Hurricane Sandy Dominate This Week In Local News
Incidents of lurings throughout the Borough cause Chief Papapietro to issue Halloween curfews; town readies itself to Hurricane Sandy.
New Milford Police partner with the New Milford School district to talk to students about luring and give them a chance to voice their concerns.
Chief of Police Frank Papapietro was present at last Monday's meeting of the Mayor and Council to speak about his department's investigation into the recent reported incidents of luring and answer questions from concerned residents.
Girls report that a man who asked them for directions reportedly matched the description of the man allegedly involved in the attempted luring in Westwood.
In light of attempted lurings, Chief Papapietro issues 8 p.m. curfews for Oct. 30 and Oct. 31.
In the first step towards rebuilding the ranks depleted by retirements and departures, two new police officers take oath of office during last Monday's Mayor and Council Meeting.
With Sandy headed our way, Subrizi urges Christie to order the reservoirs be lowered in advance of the storm.
In anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, Gordon, Wagner and Eustace ask United Water to lower the reservoir levels before storm hits.
In advance of Sandy, Governor orders reservoirs lowered and flood gates opened.
With reports of severe weather conditions coming our way, Governor Chris Christie has declared a state of emergency throughout the state.