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13, Oct 2014 - Medford Overnight standoff in Medford ends peacefully
MEDFORD — An overnight standoff at a Jackson Road home ended Monday morning when a New Jersey State Police tactical team entered the house and arrested an allegedly violent suspect, police said.
04, Oct 2014 - Medford Medford man charged following state police chase
A Medford man is accused of leading police officers on a lengthy vehicle chase through Burlington County, the New Jersey State Police said Friday.
01, Aug 2014 - Medford Cops: Medford pet sitter arrested for stealing jewelry
A longtime pet sitter from Medford has been charged with stealing jewelry from various homes in Burlington County while she was on the job, and the New Jersey State Police are searching for more possi
21, Apr 2014 - Medford Police: Motorists hid cocaine in child seat
EVERETT, Mass. — Massachusetts State Police say they found two kilograms of cocaine hidden in a child's car seat during a traffic stop, even though there was no child in the car. A trooper on patrol on Route 28 in Medford on Saturday pulled over a vehicle with New Jersey plates after witnessing it commit moving violations, including failure to signal and marked lanes violations. The car was ...
22, May 2013 - Medford Medford officers participate in Police Unity Tour
MEDFORD Detective Cpl. Jason Deroian and Officer Justin Chase joined nearly 1,600 officers and supporters from as far away as Australia in riding their bicycles from New Jersey to Washington D.C. in the Police Unity Tour, which began in 1997 as a way of raising awareness for law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty and to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officer’s ...
29, Apr 2013 - Medford Local police departments to collect unwanted meds this Saturday, April 27, during Operation Take Ba
The Evesham, Mount Laurel and Medford township police departments will be participating in Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) “Operation Take Back New Jersey” on Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event provides the public with a safe and legal method to dispose of their unwanted, unused and expired medicines. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
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