BREAKING: TWO CHILDREN CRITICALLY INJURED IN SHOOTING

TRENTON ( MERCER) Trenton Ems and Capital Health paramedics responded to the area of Mulberry and Breunig Ave Tuesday night just before 11:00 Pm where two children were critically injured after being shot. Neighbors reported hearing at least 8 gunshots and then people screaming for help. Trenton Ems and Capital Health paramedics transported both children to the trauma center in grave condition. Trenton police and the Mercer County shooting response team and the Homicide task force investigating the scene.

The Mercer County Prosecutors office, confirmed a eight year old boy and a 16 year old male boy was shot and killed.

This is a developing story article will be updated as more information becomes available.

MERCER COUNTY SHERIFF KEMLER TO COLLECT UNUSED-EXPIRED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND VAPE DEVICES ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 24

Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemler announces the opportunity to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, October 24, 2020.

The goal is to help local residents to rid their medicine cabinets of unused and easily abused opioid painkillers, in addition to any other unneeded prescription medications.

Mercer County residents can easily drop off unused and expired prescription pills, by bringing them to the parking lot across from the Mercer County Administration Building at 640 South Broad Street in Trenton, between 10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. 

The disposal event will also collect vape pens and other e-cigarette devices, however ONLY after all batteries have been removed prior by the individual. Syringes, sharp instruments, liquid medications, or solutions cannot be accepted. Participants in the drop-off are asked to follow social distancing rules.

“The fall season is a good time to gather up any unused or expired prescriptions from your medicine cabinet, especially dangerous opioid painkillers,” said Sheriff Kemler. “Addiction or accidental use can too easily begin right from your own medicine cabinet,” added Kemler.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible method for disposing of unneeded and expired prescription pills. The program is conducted by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

For more information, contact the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office Programs Section at 609-278-7159.

MERCER COUNTY SHERIFF JACK KEMLER WARNS OF JURY DUTY TELEPHONE SCAM

(Trenton, NJ) – Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemler has issued a warning to residents regarding a jury duty related telephone scam. 

Over the past week, the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous complaints from residents who were contacted by a Sheriff’s Officer stating they owed money for missing jury duty over the summer months. Further, they are instructed to meet at the County Courthouse to pay $2000 in bail. The scam caller is said to speak in an aggressive tone. 

These calls are scams. At no time will a Mercer County Sheriff’s Officer call a resident and ask for monies related to jury duty enforcement. The best advice is to exercise common sense. Residents are advised to hang up on such a call and report it to the Sheriff’s Office at 609-989-6111.

Woman dies after shooting in West Ward of Trenton

Jolisa Marshall 28 of Hamilton Township NJ.

Police confirmed Wednesday August 5th that Jolisa Marshall, 28, of Hamilton Township , succumbed to her injuries after being wounded in a double shooting around 10:35 p.m. Sunday August 2nd on the first block of Delawareview Avenue. Marshall was a mother to a 4-year-old daughter. Marshall becomes the 22nd homicide in Trenton of 2020.

The Mercer County Homicide Task force is investigating the homicide, no arrest have been made.

City mourning the lost of a smiling Soul

If you have ever broken a bone and went to Champion Orthopedics, you most likely would have come into contact with smiling star Nyshera Peterson at the front desk or in the exam room because she certainly did it all. Nyshera was really passionate about her position at Champion Orthopedics and if it was snowing or any type of hazardous conditions, she would still drive to work being the woman she was, she has never called out of work unless she was hospitalized. Nyshera previously worked for Walmart in Princeton NJ for a number of years as a Customer Service Representative. Nyshera recently suffered a stroke while working and was transported to the hospital where she went under treatment for approximately two months and she eventually passed away on April 2nd leaving behind her Husband, two sons and family who love her dearly. Nyshera was very well known in the Trenton community for her fried chicken, the percolator dance and for her overall greatness. Nyshera was considered a mother figure to many people and she helped everyone she could when she could. She will definitely be missed. ~Peterson

Peterson-I love you! NyShera was definitely not going out without a crowd of people.❤️❤️ I have been through a lot as a child and she was there though it all. I was never the shining star in middle or high school, but she set me straight and continued to help making sure I was good. The last thing I tired to get her to do was come to the American Dream Mall. I said to her I was excepted into the Law Enforcement Academy, she was so happy for me. I never knew that would be our last conversation. NyShera would say “Live your best life” So please live your best life.

Walmart is cutting store hours starting Sunday at its locations across the U.S. due to COVID-19.

Stores normally open 24 hours will be open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice, the company said late Saturday. Other stores, which are typically open until midnight, will also have reduced hours.

“This will help ensure associates are able to stock the products our customers are looking for and to perform cleaning and sanitizing,” Dacona Smith, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Walmart U.S., wrote in a blog post.


“As we make this change, associates will continue to work the hours and shifts they are scheduled, and our supply chain and trucking fleet will continue to move products and deliver to stores on their regular schedules,” Smith wrote.

Photos shown from Walmart store in Hamilton township New Jersey located on Nottingham Way. From Facebook

From Trenton Police Explorer to Police Officer and Retired after over 25 years of Service

Trenton police Officer Luis E Cosme retried on Monday March 4th 2020. Cosme began his career in the law enforcement field as a Police Explorer from 1988 to 1994 when He graduated high school

. During this time, Cosme’s mother was a deputy court administrator and police officers had to come to the house when they needed a complaint signed.

One night while a patrol unit was at the house, they got called to a priority job and they ran out of the house, jumped into their patrol car, turned on the lights and sirens and screeched tires down the street

. Cosme was hooked. As a young kid seeing police officers coming to the house, it became his obsession.

At 19 years old Cosme began working at Trenton Municipal Court and then the Mercer County Prosecutors Office before pursuing his dream. Cosme began his career in 2003 and proudly worked 17 years serving the citizens of Trenton. LUIS COSME retire with over 25 years of public service.

PRIMO TAXI COMPANY AIMED THE WORST IN CITY OF TRENTON

TRENTON: After Peterson’s broke the story of a car crash involving one of Primos taxis cabs. City residents were on the same page when it came to this taxi company.

The crash occurred Tuesday night at the intersection of South broad street and Roebling Ave, no injuries were involved. Peterson’s was responding to the scene and was nearly involved in a crash with a taxi from the company not knowing he was going to a crash that involved a taxi from Primos.

All the comments on the Facebook page reports that all the drivers speed throughout the city. Including a city crossing guard who would not even cross the children fearing of how the drivers would react.

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