Top 12 Stories for December on Cranford Patch
Here's a look at a dozen stories Patch readers frequently clicked this month.
Cranford Police are investigating a knife-point gas station robbery that occured at the Shell on Raritan Road.
David P. Civile, formerly of Cranford was a Tinton Falls kayaker who disappeared on the Shrewsbury River in 2010.
A Cranford man allegedly struck the rear of a vehicle while riding his bicycle. He was transported to Morristown Medical Center.
There was an unconfirmed report on Friday night of an injured Cranford police officerwho was taken to the emergency room at Overlook Medical Center.
Frederick Rizkalla suffered from an undisclosed medical episode prior to crashing.
The man identified in media reports Friday as the shooter in the second deadliest school shooting in American history has told friends that he thinks his developmentally disabled brother may have committed the crime.
Police arrested a Retford Avenue woman on a charge of alleged theft.
Trees currently in the streets are not city trees, according to Commissioner Kevin Campbell, who is Commissioner of Public Works. "We are sending out a letter to the residents and advising them that it's their duty to get trees and the logs cleaned up," he said.
The American Atheists have a tradition of sharing their message during the holiday season.
A 21-year-old Cranford woman, was issued a summons for failure to yield to a pedestrian in crosswalk
Police probably weren't expecting three men and a baby when they made arrests in an alleged burglary attempt Wednesday morning on High Street.
Hillside men were arrested yesterday for taking a package from the front porch of a on Keith Jefferies Ave. residence.