TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Trenton Police are investigating a bank robbery at the Wells Fargo on Brunswick Ave Tuesday morning. The suspect entered the Wells Fargo Bank armed with a loaded firearm with an extended magazine. The suspect pointed the gun at the victim and threatened by demanding money to be placed inside a duffel bag.
Trenton Police Officer Worley was working secondary employment within the bank, witnessed the incident – intervened, and placed the suspect into custody after a brief struggle with the assistance of a customer/witness. The suspect was taken to polic headquarters for processing and charges. The male is identified as Samir Queen
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Spring 22 through it all Gala The NAACP paid homage to local heroes, one being DET. Danielle Bethea of the Ewing Police Department. Det Bethea, who has 15 years in Law Enforcement, proudly served with three departments Trenton police and human service police. And currently, Ewing police Department. Det Bethea plans to continue to be a positive influence in her community through the platform her career provides. Det Bethea is dedicated to changing the mentality of her community by giving them a different perspective of police By Building positive relationships with the community. Bethea also thanks to the glam squad Bree smith, and Jazzi e banks.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Trenton Police were looking for a wanted man accused of impersonating a Police officer in Trenton. According to the wanted poster John Heredia was wanted for operating a decommissioned police car with working lights and sirens, specifically using said vehicle to initiate motor vehicle stops on persons, including an off-duty Trenton Police officer. The vehicle is an unknown tag ford interceptor Taurus 4-door sedan silver in color with black wheels, black front push bar, and tinted windows.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Thomas. Frank P. Crusen, 41, of Lawrence, is charged with first-degree death by auto and assault by auto. Crusen was arrested Monday, April 11, by members of the U.S. Marshals NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force. The collision occurred on March 17, 2022, at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Route 1 South in the area between North Olden Avenue and Perry Street.
Hamilton Township, N.J. (PBN) Hamilton Police are investigating a shooting on Lalor Street between Jersey Street early Tuesday morning. One person was transported to the hospital in unknown condition. Police officers and detectives could be seen entering and exiting a home where a person was shot in front of the home. Hamilton Police has not returned a call for comment about the shooting.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) The national weather service in Philadelphia, PA, issued a flood watch is in effect from 6 PM this evening through late tonight for Mercer County. Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers, creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.
Heavy rainfall rates of 1/4 to 1/2 inch for several hours and rainfall totals of 1.5 to 2 inches are possible.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Trenton Fire and ems responded to a motor vehicle crash report involving a pedestrian. The crash happened just before 11:00 Pm Saturday. Trenton Police arrived and found a car crashed into the front of the U-Haul building on Brunswick Ave and a pedestrian that had been struck. Trenton Ems transported two to Capital health trauma center with critical injuries but non-life-threatening. The crash remains under investigation by Trenton Police.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Trenton Police are investigating a shooting just after midnight on the first block of Sanford Street. The shooting left two people wounded. Trenton Emergency medical services and Capital Health paramedics transported both victims to the Capital Health trauma center in unknown conditions. Police have not made an arrest.
A preliminary investigation indicated that gunfire rang out in the 30’s block of Sanford Street around midnight.
When police arrived at the scene, they found two victims struck by bullets at that location.
The female victim was shot nearly a half dozen times while the male was struck in the head by a bullet.
Police have not released the motive for the shooting.
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Monday, Mayor Reed Gusciora sent a letter to Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver in her capacity as head of the State Department of Community Affairs asking for State assistance and intervention in animal shelter understaffing. The City Council voted down a vendor contract last week with Trenton Animals Rock (TAR), leaving the City without staffing in several key positions.
“TAR has been instrumental in our status of operating a ‘no-kill’ shelter, which is now in jeopardy,” Mayor Gusciora said in his letter to Lt. Gov. Oliver. “I have determined that a resolution to this matter requires utmost urgency for the sake of the animals embraced under the care of the City of Trenton animal shelter.”
Prior to Council’s action, TAR was supplementing City staff by providing veterinarian care (through a subcontractor), dog walkers, adoption services, community outreach, vet tech support, and training.
“While the Council Members who voted to reject the continuation of TAR’s services felt City employees and/or our four (4) animal control officers could now immediately perform such duties, this is simply not true,” Gusciora continued in his letter. “Moreover, this would require us hiring additional staff as well as contracting out for veterinarian services, an occurrence that is unlikely given our budgetary constraints and necessity for DCA’s approval under our MOU.”
TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Police are investigating a shooting that left one person in grave condition on Perry Street near Montgomery Street early Saturday morning. The victim was reported to be in traumatic arrest while Trenton Ems was transported to the hospital with paramedics. The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating the shooting.