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New Milford Police Department issue Social Security Scam Warning

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New Milford NJ , the New Milford Police Department issued the following statement :

All residents, be advised numerous residents throughout town have received phones calls from 866-404-5249 stating they are from the Social Security Administration asking for Social Security Numbers and their SSN’s have been compromised. The callers will then hang up after attempting to gain information and then the victim will receive a phone call from a caller ID from 201-261-1400 which is the main phone line from New Milford Police claiming to be a New Milford Police Officer. Please be aware, these phone calls are a scam and NO New Milford Police Officer will ever call anyone requesting any information from the Social Security Administration. Please hang up immediately and do NOT give any information over the phone. Thank for for your Cooperation.

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Infant Rushed to Valley Hospital After Beating

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Ridgewood NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the arrest of TRAVIS WEBER (DOB: 02/10/1991; single; unemployed) of New Milford, New Jersey on charges of Aggravated Assault and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the New Milford Police Department under the direction of Officer-In-Charge Kevin Keine.

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New Milford Police Press Release: MISSING JUVENILE

New Milford Police Press Release: MISSING JUVENILE

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New Milford NJ, The New Milford Police Department is looking for the public’s assistance with locating a missing 16 year old juvenile who ran away from her residence on 12/08/2018. The juvenile’s name is Cynthia Frank and she is described as being 5 feet tall, 120 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a purple zip-up jacket, black pants, and Ugg style books. Anyone with information of her whereabouts can contact the New Milford Police Department at 201-261-1400.

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Investigation of fatal hit-and-run in New Milford, NJ

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New Milford NJ, Acting Prosecutor Dennis Calo announces the following information:

The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit and the New Milford Police Department are investigating a fatal hit-and-run that occurred early this morning, October 25, 2018, in the area of Henley Avenue and Cherry Street in New Milford.

Anyone with information regarding this hit-and-run collision is encouraged to contact the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit at 201-226-5595, or the New Milford Police Department at 201-261-1400.

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LANGSCHULTZ: NEW JERSEY’S WORST-IN-THE-NATION BUSINESS CLIMATE MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES LIKE AMAZON

LANGSCHULTZ: NEW JERSEY'S WORST-IN-THE-NATION BUSINESS CLIMATE MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES LIKE AMAZON

SENATOR BOB GORDON AND TRENTON ESTABLISHMENT HAVE INCREASED TAXES, REGULATIONS, AND FEES COSTING NEW JERSEY JOBS AND OPPORTUNITY

September 23,2017

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New Milford NJ, District 38 Amazon’s recent announcement of an RFP for states and municipalities to bid on hosting their second national headquarters, highlights the disastrous state of New Jersey’s business climate.

“With our proximity to New York City, talented workforce, and access to mass transit and numerous airports, North Jersey would serve as the perfect spot for Amazon to open its second national headquarters,” said Kelly Langschultz, candidate for New Jersey State Senate, District 38. “However, Senator Bob Gordon and the Trenton establishment have made it nearly impossible to attract businesses like Amazon, by raising taxes and fees and implementing job crushing regulations, year after year. Our crumbling roads and infrastructure, and the failure of the NJ Transit system contribute to our worst-in-the-nation business climate.”

Amazon’s second headquarters would create nearly 50,000 jobs and provide additional tax revenue to state and local municipalities.
“As a small business owner, I know first hand how difficult it is to do business in New Jersey. If we are to attract multi-national companies like Amazon, we need to act quickly and it starts with changing our elected representation in Trenton,” charged Langschultz. “Bob Gordon has no plans to grow our economy, because Bob Gordon has never signed the front of a paycheck, rather he’s always cashed his tax-payer funded governmental salary.”

“If elected, I will fight to cut taxes, fees, and regulations so that we can attract businesses like Amazon, creating tens of thousands of new jobs and bringing in new tax revenues to our state,” said Langschultz. “We need bold leadership in Trenton dedicated to improving our economy. Unfortunately, our current Senator is more beholden to the special interests and Trenton lobbyists, than he is to you. This November, you can change that by changing who represents you.”
Kelly Langschultz, candidate for New Jersey State Senate, District 38, is a mom of four young children, community leader serving on the New Milford Town Council, small business owner, and former President of the Education Fund.

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Rollover Collision in New Milford at Intersection of Boulevard and Henley Avenue

Rollover Collision in New Milford at Intersection of Boulevard and Henley Avenue

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January 19,2017

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New Milford NJ, A Toyota 4 Runner rolled over on its side following a collision at the intersection of Boulevard and Henley Avenue in New Milford on Wednesday afternoon, 01/18. The 4 Runner’s female driver was successfully extricated from the vehicle (through a sunroof) by New Milford FD personnel, The other vehicle involved in the collision, a Toyota Camry sedan, sustained heavy front end damage. Both vehicles were removed from the scene by flatbed tow trucks. No information was available as to the nature of injuries sustained, if any, by either vehicles’ occupants. New Milford PD & FD responded, along with a BLS ambulance from Holy Name Medical Center. A MONOC Emergency Physician’s vehicle was also observed at the incident.