Charges Revealed In Hoboken New Jersey Hooters Police SWAT Scandal - Names Kept Secret From Taxpayers
HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY - Hoboken city officials released the charges facing police officers involved in the Hooters debacle last week; however, they could not release the names of the officers.
Nine officers were listed and all of the charges are administrative. There are no criminal charges at this time.
Director of Public Safety Bill Bergin said at [...]
Victory for Green Hoboken; Open Space Trust Fund Approved As we all know, along with the month of November comes one of our favorite days of the year. No, not Thanksgiving, ELECTION DAY! In the recent election on November 6th, voters were asked to decide whether creating new parks and athletic fields in Hoboken was a good idea or not...
Hoboken Business Big Time Furniture Restoration You might think you have seen it all, but then you go into Chapeau Antiques in the Neumann Leather complex on Observer Highway in Hoboken and see 5 people hard at work applying what will be 40,000 that is forty thousand eggshells on wood panels that will eventually become the walls in a room in some wealthy home owner's home in New York...
Hooters Girl Sues Hooters Over Contest Okay, this not a new case, but it's too wacky to omit on that basis. The waitresses at the Panama City Beach Hooters were told that whoever sold the most beer would get a new Toyota...
Police may abandon murder inquiry in Jersey Police may abandon murder inquiry in JerseyIsn't it a bit premature to think of abandoning a murder inquiry at the Jersey children's home?I would have thought there must be records of children arriving at the home? If this is the case, then surely they can investigate to discover what became of the children from that point on? Then, may be, those that simply vanished from the records or recorded explanations which don't stand up to further investigation might produce the names of potential victims?
Report Calls for LAPD SWAT Team Overhaul From latimes.com: A panel of law enforcement experts convened by Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton to examine the department's elite SWAT unit concluded in an undisclosed report that the rigorous testing to get into the unit should be...
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