A high speed chase on Friday afternoon, April 20, led to the arrest of two women from Newark.
Livingston police received a call from Thomas Ciccone, the security director of the Livingston Mall, that a fight had occurred among four women at the mall. Ciccone followed a car containing two of the combatants and police met the security official at the intersection of South Orange Avenue and J.F. Kennedy Parkway.
The car with the suspects was stopped…Continue
On the eve of the Livingston High School junior prom, a 17 year old Livingston boy was apprehended purchasing beer and vodka.
The youth, whose name has been withheld due to his age, was seen on April 19 by Livingston Detective Greg Drucks putting three 30-packs of beer and a bottle of vodka in the trunk of a car which was parked in front of Wine Depot of Livingston, 487 South Livingston Avenue.
The Livingston Police Department will be participating in Operation Take Back NJ this Saturday, April 28. The program is an effort among local police departments, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the NJ Office of the Attorney General and the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey.
Residents are encouraged to drop off their expired and unused medications in the lobby of Livingston Police Headquarters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The district-wide construction/renovation project of the Livingston public schools is nearing completion.
Steve Robinson, the school district's business administrator, stated that the project is being completed "significantly" under budget and on time. The final numbers will be calculated by the end of the summer or early fall.
"It has been a success," he said