Credit Fraud, Burglary, Cash Mobs and More in The Week in Review

Here's what you may have missed this week...

Credit Card Fraud Charges for Teaneck Man

A Teaneck man was arrested earlier this week after allegedly swindling a local Walgreen's out of more than $2,000 in goods and gift cards, according to the Wyckoff Police Department.

Burglars Steal Jewelry from Franklin Lakes Home

Burglars struck at the home of a Franklin Lakes resident near the Colonial Road entrance of Route 208 this weekend, according to police.

Wyckoff Cash Mob Hopes to Infuse Big Business into Local Economy

When Coldwell Banker Agent Maryanne Elsaesser and Branch Vice President Darlene Bandazian first sat down for drinks recently, it's not likely they could have known they'd leave that table with an idea that would make a difference to the local economy here in Wyckoff.

Touchdown for Billy: A Community's Gift

In this wildly popular, touching letter to the editor, one family muses on what a difference one community can make on the life of a young man.

Lawrence Lessig, director of the Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard University and professor at Harvard Law School, spoke at Ramapo High School on Wednesday night.  The program was co-sponsored by North Jersey Public Policy Network and the Ramapo High School Public Policy Group. 

Township Committee Candidate Avia Hosts Meet the Candidate Night [Photos]

Eileen Avia is running to be the only woman, and second sitting Democrat, on the Wyckoff Committee

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amyalbert22 November 21, 2012 at 01:55 PM
I think that system and Police department is responsible for this kind of frauds. Credit card fraud is really very harmful for employees. People should also take care of their credit cards sincerely. http://www.paydaydirect.co.uk


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