Trenton Police investigating fatal Hit&Run in North Trenton

TRENTON NJ: A Woman was struck and killed Wednesday night on North Olden Ave and Ellis Ave, the driver of the vehicle did not stop.

Trenton Emergency medical services and Capital health paramedics responded to the scene and pronounced the woman deceased on arrival.

North Olden Ave is blocked off from Princeton Ave to Brunswick Ave and will remain block for a extended period of time for the crime scene investigation.

Man sent to hospital after barricading himself inside residence in North Trenton

TRENTON, N.J.: Trenton Police have a man in custody after he barricaded himself in a apartment in the 200 block of Perry Street, Wednesday afternoon.

Trenton Police and Command Operations were on the scene while they worked on apprehending the man. Trenton Emergency Medical Services along with Capital Health Paramedics were on standby.

The man was taken into custody just before 5:00 p.m., and was transported to the hospital.


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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Primo Taxi collides with vehicle in Southward

TRENTON,NJ Police and Fire responded to the intersection of South Broad street and Roebling Ave for a car crash involving a Primo Taxi cab Tuesday night.

One vehicle particularly struck the side of a building and the Taxi struck a light pole from the impact. No injuries were sustained from the crash a officer could be heard talking to the driver of the Taxi stating “This is the second car accident in two hours today”.

Trenton Police Department is requesting for the public’s assistance in identifying the depicted armed robbery suspect

TRENTON, NJ: The Trenton Police Department is requesting for the public’s assistance in identifying the depicted armed robbery suspect

The man entered a business in the 500 block of South Broad street on 01/13/2020 at approximately 9:30 Pm brandishing a handgun and demanding money.

Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect or having information regarding the robbery is asked to contact Detective Samuel Gonzales at 609-989-4074 or the Trenton Police tip line at 609-989-3663.

T-Mobile- Metro Customers are without internet service in Mercer County area

MERCER COUNTY: Peterson’s experienced the outage just before 5Am and T-Mobile Customr service quickly transferred the call to where the wait time was extremely long going. Other residents from Mercer county reported the same problem with the internet on the phone. If you are connected to internet you will not notice any interruption in your service, however you disconnect you will notice the service has changed.

T-Mobile :East coast and some mid states are having a spike in struggling service. Most are not having internet and some are having poor regular service. They’re estimating a 2-4 hour timeframe

Services were being restored around 6:20.

Hamilton township fire investigating fire that injured multiple including firefighter

HAMILTON,NJ Hamilton Fire department responded to 156 Durand Ave just after 2:20 A.m for a basement fire. The fire chief requested 4 additional ambulances one being for a firefighter from Hamilton rusling hose fire company truck 13 and all victims were transported to Capital Health trauma center. And the firefighter was transported to Hamilton Robert Wood Johnson . The fire is under investigation.

Trenton Police pursue vehicle through The College of New Jersey campus

TRENTON, NJ: Trenton Police were in pursuit of a Toyota 4Runner Sunday night just after 9 p.m., reaching speeds up to 90 miles per hour.

The pursuit initiated in the area of South Clinton Avenue and Greenwood Avenue after an officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle for traffic infraction. The pursuit continued to Route 1 to Spruce Street, where the vehicle went into Ewing Township. The chase continued to The College of New Jersey campus, where police lost sight of the vehicle.

The suspect vehicle was recovered after it wrecked in the area of Ewingville Road and Clement Avenue. 

Officers from both Trenton Police Department and Ewing Police Department flooded the area in an attempt to locate the suspects. The suspects have not been located at the time of publish.

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