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Man Allegedly Scams Mom-in-Law, Thief Strikes Y This Week

Top Patch stories of the week include an award for a Wyckoff administrator.

Cerio. Credit: Franklin Lakes Police Department.
Cerio. Credit: Franklin Lakes Police Department.

It’s been a busy week in Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes. Here’s a look at the top Patch stories of the week. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on the site next week, email it to Jessica.mazzola@patch.com.

Man Bilks Mother-in-Law Out of $26K, Cops Say

Police arrested a man who they say forged checks and made credit card charges from his 70-year-old mother in law's account.

Wyckoff Grandma Scammed Out of $6,400, Police Say

Woman who fell for the "Grandparent Scam" is added to a growing list of scam victims in the township, police say.

Cops: Thief Busts Car Window in YMCA Parking Lot

The Y says it had been planning to add outdoor security cameras in 2014 anyway.

Police: Alleged Mailbox Thief Arrested on Attempted Burglary Charges

A North Haledon woman with a criminal history in Wyckoff has been arrested for the third time, police say.

Wyckoff Administrator Named 2013 Manager of the Year

Resident Bob Shannon has worked for the township for almost 30 years.

November's Most-Clicked: NFL Player's Death, Home Break-Ins

The top ten Wyckoff Patch stories of the month, in reverse order.

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