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Secaucus Police Officers Resuscitate 76-Year-Old Man

Secaucus Police Officers Resuscitate 76-Year-Old Man

▶ Posted 01-30-2023, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Edison Man Charged in Secaucus Crash That Seriously Injured Pedestrian

Edison Man Charged in Secaucus Crash That Seriously Injured Pedestrian

▶ Posted 01-30-2023, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Police Blotter 01/23/2023 - 01/29/2023

Police Blotter 01/23/2023 - 01/29/2023

▶ Posted 01-30-2023, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Celebrate Valentine's Day at Secaucus Public Library

Celebrate Valentine's Day at Secaucus Public Library

▶ Posted 01-25-2023, From Secaucus Township

Check out the library during the month of February and pick up an "I LOVE MY LIBRARY" lip balm.

Drunk Driver Charged in Connection with a Five-Car Motor Vehicle Crash Along Route 3 East

Drunk Driver Charged in Connection with a Five-Car Motor Vehicle Crash Along Route 3 East

▶ Posted 01-24-2023, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Police Blotter 01/16/2023 - 01/22/2023

Police Blotter 01/16/2023 - 01/22/2023

▶ Posted 01-23-2023, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Police Blotter 01/09/2023 - 01/15/2023

Police Blotter 01/09/2023 - 01/15/2023

▶ Posted 01-16-2023, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Police Blotter 01/02/2023 - 01/08/2023

Police Blotter 01/02/2023 - 01/08/2023

▶ Posted 01-09-2023, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Police Blotter 12/26/2022 - 01/01/2023

Police Blotter 12/26/2022 - 01/01/2023

▶ Posted 01-03-2023, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Winners for 2022 Holiday Lights Contest

Winners for 2022 Holiday Lights Contest

▶ Posted 12-28-2022, From Secaucus Township

The winners for the 2022 Holiday Lights Contest have been announced.

Hackensack Man Arrested by Secaucus Anti-Crime Unit with Drugs, Money and Handgun

Hackensack Man Arrested by Secaucus Anti-Crime Unit with Drugs, Money and Handgun

▶ Posted 12-27-2022, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Police Blotter 12/19/2022 - 12/25/2022

Police Blotter 12/19/2022 - 12/25/2022

▶ Posted 12-27-2022, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Drug Take Back

Drug Take Back

▶ Posted 12-24-2022, From Secaucus Township

Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal at the Secaucus Public Library.

Musical Instruments Needed for Secaucus Middle School

Musical Instruments Needed for Secaucus Middle School

▶ Posted 12-23-2022, From Secaucus Township

Donate your old musical instruments to the Secaucus Middle School Band.

Boating Safety Classes

Boating Safety Classes

▶ Posted 12-23-2022, From Secaucus Township

See the 2023 schedule for Boating Safety Classes held in Secaucus.

Winter Break Ice Rink Schedule

Winter Break Ice Rink Schedule

▶ Posted 12-21-2022, From Secaucus Township

The Secaucus Ice Rink will have special operating hours during the last week in December.

Police Blotter 12/12/2022 - 12/18/2022

Police Blotter 12/12/2022 - 12/18/2022

▶ Posted 12-19-2022, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Special Meeting of the Local Cannabis Control Board

Special Meeting of the Local Cannabis Control Board

▶ Posted 12-15-2022, From Secaucus Township

A special meeting of the local cannabis control board will be held on December 20th at Secaucus Town Hall.

Police Blotter 12/05/2022 - 12/11/2022

Police Blotter 12/05/2022 - 12/11/2022

▶ Posted 12-12-2022, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Loaded Handgun Seized by Secaucus Police

Loaded Handgun Seized by Secaucus Police

▶ Posted 12-09-2022, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

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