Must Reads from May: Burglaries, Wrecks and Carbon Monoxide Death

Here are some of last month's top stories.

Wyckoff Police arrested an Englewood man they say broke into a Ravine Avenue home during crime summit on how to prevent burglary and other .

People seem to really love the Real Housewives of New Jersey, so when there's no show on television those same people get their fix however they can.

Wyckoff Police ponder security of personal data on electronic devices after arrest of two young township men on charges of theft and burglary.

When Steven Ringley's mother didn't answer her phone one Friday in May he knew something was wrong and rushed from his home in Wanaque to Wyckoff where Mary Ringley lived. 

A vehicle careened off the northbound side of the highway near Russell Avenue, affecting traffic in both directions.

A crowd of nearly 200 parents and students attended the Ramapo-Indian Hills Board of Education meeting earlier this month to petition trustees to spare beloved music teacher, Ed Haddad.

Following the break-ins on Vance and Wyckoff avenues, police warned residents to continue to be vigilant — especially during summer months — as burglaries are not likely to cease, police say.

Police say the arrest of a 31-year-old Waldwick man points to a larger problem of heroin use on the rise among local high school students.


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