Trenton, NJ (Mercer) One man suffered minor injuries after the crashing into multiple cars just after 2:00 Am Thursday. The crash occurred on West State Street and NorthOverbook Ave, one man had to be extricated from the overturned car by Trenton Fire department.
Trenton, NJ The Trenton Police department is investigating a shooting that occurred at the intersection of Hudson Street and Hamilton Ave early Thursday morning . The shooting left one man with a gunshot wound to his stomach he was transported to Capital Health trauma center.
TRENTON, NJ (MERCER) Trenton Police are investigating a shooting that occurred on prospect Street and Stuyvesant Avenue . One person was transported to the trauma center Tuesday.
Trenton, NJ (Mercer) A crash left two people with injures after after striking the Bridge on North Olden Ave between Taylor Street & Parker Ave. The crash happened just after midnight on Monday, the vehicle caught fire after striking the bridge Trenton firefighters extinguished the fire and provided aid to the driver and passenger. Trenton Ems transported both occupants to Capital Health Regional Medical Center. The cause of the crash is unknown Trenton Police are investigating.
Trenton, NJ (Mercer) UN accidente dejó dos personas con heridas después de golpear el puente en North Olden Ave entre Taylor Street y Parker Ave. El accidente ocurrió justo después de medianoche del lunes, El vehículo incendió después de golpear el puente los bomberos de Trenton apagaron el fuego y proporcionaron ayuda al conductor y al pasajero. Trenton EMS transportó a ambos ocupantes al Centro médico Regional de Capital Health. La causa del accidente es desconocida Trenton Policía están investigando.
State Police joint task force Arrest 22 Fugitives in Trenton Including Individuals Wanted for Violent Crimes
Trenton, N.J. – The New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit coordinated a 2-day mobile deployment initiative last week that led to the arrest of 22 fugitives in and around the Trenton area.
Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, Crime Suppression Central Unit, Gangs & Organized Crime Unit, Trafficking Central Unit, K9 Unit, Real Time Crime Center Central, Cyber Crimes Unit, the United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force – Trenton Division, the New Jersey Department of Corrections – Special Operation Group, the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, and the Trenton Police Department targeted fugitives who had warrants for their arrest and were believed to be involved in criminal activity within the city of Trenton. The targets of this initiative were identified using various investigative means along with the collaboration of the New Jersey State Police Intelligence and Investigations Section, the recently established New Jersey State Police Real Time Crime Center Central Unit, and the Trenton Police Department.
From Tuesday, May 25, to Wednesday, May 26, a total of 22 fugitives wanted by state, county, and local law enforcement agencies were apprehended in various locations throughout the city of Trenton. Those accused were wanted for various crimes including aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, armed robbery, assault, unlawful possession of a firearm, burglary, possession of explosive devices, possession with the intent to distribute heroin within a school zone and stalking. Of the 22 people arrested, 8 were identified as street gang members. All suspects were transferred to the appropriate authorities, lodged at the Mercer County Jail, or released pending a future court date.
The following were seized as a result of the operation:
• 27 bricks of Heroin (Est. Street Value of $6,750.00)
• $400 in United States Currency
“We are devoting our full resources to tackling violence in Trenton and across the state,” said Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal. “This operation is an important piece of our comprehensive anti-violence strategy, and I’m grateful to our local, state, regional, and federal law enforcement partners for their shared commitment to this project.”
“These multi-agency fugitive sweeps remove violent and often recidivist offenders who undermine the progress of the strong coalitions that citizens and law enforcement have created to improve the safety of Trenton residents,” said Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police “We will continue to target violent, repeat offenders through cooperative operations with our law enforcement to remove fugitives from the streets and put them behind bars where they belong.”
TRENTON NJ, A Canadian teen who called in a bomb threat to Princeton University in September 2020 recently pleaded guilty in Mercer County Family Court, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri reported.
The 16-year-old male, whose name is being withheld because he is a juvenile, entered a guilty plea to one count of third-degree false public alarm on May 28, 2021.
He was sentenced to a probationary term of two years along with conditions that he perform 30 hours of community service, pay a $2,000 fine, surrender his driver’s license for six months, and undergo a psychological evaluation and follow any recommendations that result.
On Sept. 19, 2020, the Princeton University Department of Public Safety (DPS) received a phone call from an individual reporting that he had placed improvised explosive devices in several locations on campus, including the Art Museum, Firestone Library, Nassau Hall and the Chapel.m
The buildings were evacuated and searched to ensure the safety of all members of the community. No explosive devices were found.
Multiple law enforcement agencies across the United States and Canada participated in the extensive investigation of this incident. At DPS, the investigation was led by Detective Martin Krzywicki. The investigation resulted in the identification of the suspect and issuance of a warrant for his arrest.
Trenton, NJ (Mercer). Despite the rainy and chilly day today, Mayor Reed Gusciora, soloist Karen Hilton and many others attended the Flag Placement Ceremony at The Locust Hill Cemetery in Trenton, New Jersey.
Flags were placed in honor of at least 10 African American Civil War veterans that are buried there. Locust Hill is the city of Trenton’s largest remaining burial ground.
This event was sponsored by the 6th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops Reenactors and the Kiwanis Club of Trenton. – Written by: Sarita Wilson
TRENTON, NJ (MERCER) A Trenton Police officer exited her vehicle while running, a female identified as 30-year-old Cherrelle Cooper then jumped into the Police officer’s car and took off down Route 29 towards Hopewell Township according to Detective Sergeant Cynthia Hargis of Trenton Police. The officer reported her car stolen at 5:41 Pm Saturday. The female suspect crashed in Hopewell Township at the intersection of Bear Tavern Road and Washington Crossing road into a utility pole in front of the New Jersey State Park Police station. The female was taken into police custody and transported to a hospital for injuries sustained. Detective Sergeant Cynthia Hargis says charges are pending as of now but will be filed.
Tonight, there was a proposal to move Trenton’s budget from a fiscal year – July to June – to a calendar year – January to December, like most municipalities across New Jersey.
The result would be more than a $30 million surplus in the City’s budget.
Why? As we embark on an 18-month budget transition from July 2021 through December 2022, we would need to make only one pension payment in April 2022. However, we would still get two State aid payments in November 2021 and November 2022.
We thank Council for its input and advancing the proposal to second reading on June 10, 2021. We also want to thank the N.J. Department of Community Affairs, which has supported us throughout this process, including making a related presentation before City Council on Tuesday.
Over the next few weeks we look forward to hopefully finalizing this transition, which would help us achieve another zero percent increase (and possibly a reduction) in property taxes for our residents.
Trenton NJ (Mercer): An SUV crashed into telephone entrapting the driver on Liberty Street at 2am this morning. Firefighters, paramedics and police shut down the road to aid Trenton Fire Department in the rescue. Using the Jaw of Life, it took a little less than an hour to free the man. He then was transported to Saint Francis Medical Center in critical condition. Police have started an investigation in the crash.