Police & Fire
One man is hoping fans will open their wallets to fund the defense of an Internet celeb accused in the murder of Clark resident Joseph Galfy.
The following information was provided by the Cranford Police Department.
Caleb Lawrence McGillvary has been arrested by the Philadelphia Police Department at a Greyhound Bus Terminal for the murder of Clark resident Joseph Galfy.
Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, 24, better known as Internet sensation "Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker;" alleged on Facebook that he was drugged, raped.
The Union County Medical Examiner has concluded that Joseph Galfy died as a result of blunt force trauma. Anyone with information regarding the homicide is urged to contact Union County Crime Stoppers.
The department has 23,618 followers.
The Range Rover was stolen on Monday night by thieves using a vehicle stolen from an Elizabeth carjacking a few days prior.
Andrew Johnson, 29, of Cranford was arrested on May 7 for distributing images of child sexual abuse on an Internet sharing site.
More than 300 officers from 125 municipalities from all over the state attended a seminar to train them on the signs of autism.
Reward for information leading to capture of Joanne Chesimard, convicted in 1973 killing of state trooper, totals $2 million.
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