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WATCH: N.J.'s Kyrie Irving hits a ridiculous 3-pointer for Cleveland Cavaliers (NJ.com) During the third quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' 99-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving caught an inbounds pass beyond midcourt, but didn't realize there were only two seconds remaining on the shot clock.
Old Bridge man accused of stealing $100K in cigarettes from Staten Island Walgreens, report says (NJ.com) STATEN ISLAND — An Old Bridge man has been accused of stealing more than $100,000 in cigarettes from the Staten Island pharmacy where he worked as a manager, according to the New York Post. Tony Nazario, 29, was caught attempting to enter the Walgreens location after it had closed and lift approximately 300 packs of cigarettes Friday night, police sources told the paper.
Jersey City hospital helping 'unconscious' man's family obtain emergency visas to be at his side (NJ.com) JERSEY CITY -- A man found bloodied and unconscious on a Jersey City street early yesterday remains in critical condition at Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health and social workers at the hospital are helping the man's family obtain emergency visas from India to be at his side, hospital officials said this evening.
Cliffside Park man's claims that he stabbed girlfriend, took hostages unfounded, report says (NJ.com) CLIFFSIDE PARK — A man's claims that he had stabbed his girlfriend and was holding several other people hostage on Saturday were unfounded, according to a News 12 New Jersey report. The calls to Cliffside Park police drew dozens of police officers and specialized tactical units to the man's home, but an investigation determined his claims were false.
Six families displaced by Easter Sunday fire in Jersey City Heights (NJ.com) JERSEY CITY - Six families were left homeless this Easter Sunday as a two-alarm fire ripped through through their three-story building in the Jersey City Heights, officials said. The fire at 182 Griffith St., a six-unit building between Summit and Central avenues, erupted around 11 a.m., city public safety spokeswoman Carly Baldwin said.