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CBS News
Feds: Customs officers hazing included "rape table" at airportNEWARK, N.J. -- Three U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are accused o
CBS News / Posted 7 days ago
NEWARK, N.J. -- Three U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are accused of using a "rape table" to haze two of their colleagues at Newark Liberty International Airport. Federal prosecutors say the officers were arrested Wednesday and are due... Read more
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The Express-Times
Lehigh Valley white supremacists' federal trial going to jury in DecemberWhite supremacists who allegedly ran a drug- and gun-trafficking operation in a
The Express-Times / Posted 8 days ago
White supremacists who allegedly ran a drug- and gun-trafficking operation in and around the Lehigh Valley are now scheduled to stand trial in December, after the federal proceedings were rescheduled a second time. Five members of the Aryan... Read more
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The Morning Call
Jousting between judge, attorneys enliven U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez trialNEWARK, N.J. — For sheer entertainment value, the potentially titillating aspec
The Morning Call / Posted 9 days ago
NEWARK, N.J. — For sheer entertainment value, the potentially titillating aspects of Sen. Bob Menendez's bribery trial — the lavish vacations paid for by a wealthy doctor and the doctor's efforts to get visas for reputed foreign girlfriends — have... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Jousting between judge attorneys enliven Menendez trial AP News | 09/10/17 09:09 PM NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- For sheer entertainment val
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 10 days ago
AP News | 09/10/17 09:09 PM NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- For sheer entertainment value, the potentially titillating aspects of Sen. Bob Menendez's bribery trial -- the lavish vacations paid for by a... Read more
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The Brown and White
WFAN host Craig Carton ran ticket Ponzi scheme to pay gambling debts, feds sayNEW YORK -- WFAN host Craig Carton and a New Jersey man ran a "Ponzi-like" tick
The Brown and White / Posted 14 days ago
NEW YORK -- WFAN host Craig Carton and a New Jersey man ran a "Ponzi-like" ticket-sales fraud scheme to cover their personal debts that defrauded investors out of million of dollars, authorities said Wednesday. Carton, 48, and Michael Wright, 41, of... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
ICYMI: Top stories of the weekMartin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his gui
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 18 days ago
Martin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his guilty plea to assisting an Illinois man involved in dogfighting. Mayor Joseph Stahura confirmed Jakubowski's departure Sunday afternoon. The mayor issued a Facebook... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
5 most-read stories today: Napoleon Dynamite star filming at Lansing bowling alleyMartin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his gui
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
Martin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his guilty plea to assisting an Illinois man involved in dogfighting. Mayor Joseph Stahura confirmed Jakubowski's departure Sunday afternoon. The mayor issued a Facebook... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Region crime roundup: 15-old boy in custody in connection with two rapes and a murder in HammondMartin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his gui
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
Martin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his guilty plea to assisting an Illinois man involved in dogfighting. Mayor Joseph Stahura confirmed Jakubowski's departure Sunday afternoon. The mayor issued a Facebook... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
5 most-read stories today: 15-old boy in custody in connection with two rapes and a murder in HammondMartin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his gui
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 days ago
Martin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his guilty plea to assisting an Illinois man involved in dogfighting. Mayor Joseph Stahura confirmed Jakubowski's departure Sunday afternoon. The mayor issued a Facebook... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Whiting parks director resigns in the wake of dogfighting-related plea. Mayor says dog fights weren't staged at city animal shelterMartin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his gui
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 24 days ago
Martin Jakubowski, Whiting's park director, is resigning in the wake of his guilty plea to assisting an Illinois man involved in dogfighting. Mayor Joseph Stahura confirmed Jakubowski's departure Sunday afternoon. The mayor issued a Facebook... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Region crime roundup: Person of interest in custody after LaPorte woman found dead in wooded area in Michigan CityHAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's ani
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 26 days ago
HAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's animal shelter to aid an Illinois man who has admitted his role in a federal dogfighting case. But he won't be losing his city job as parks director. Martin Jakubowski, 48,... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Whiting mayor to allow parks director to keep his job after admitting to city shelter's role in federal dogfighting caseHAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's ani
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 26 days ago
HAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's animal shelter to engage in dog fighting. But he won't be losing his city job. Martin Jakubowski, 48, of Whiting, admitted Thursday to U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Whiting mayor to allow parks director who pleaded guilty to misusing city shelter for dog fighting to keep his jobHAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's ani
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 26 days ago
HAMMOND — The Whiting parks director has pleaded guilty to using the city's animal shelter to engage in dog fighting. But he won't be losing his city job. Martin Jakubowski, 48, of Whiting, admitted Thursday to U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge... Read more
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