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Police & Fire
Georgios Spyropoulos was charged with conspiracy to commit murder after police said he tried to hire a hitman to kill his uncle, the owner of the famous Tick Tock Diner.
Man was on the bridge over the Passaic River near Hobson Avenue.
Malfunctioning refrigerator causes blaze that spreads to the outside of the building.
Authorities spend $112,000 to take 'lethal weapons out of circulation.'
Turn in up to three firearms and receive up to $250 per weapon at two Passaic County locations.
James Perna, a former county special deputy sheriff, was arrested in February on charges he had sexual contact with a 13-year-old boy in 2000.
Formal announcement will be made at a press conference Tuesday morning.
Georgios Spyropoulous appeared in Passaic County court Friday morning. He also reportedly threatened violence against waitresses at the diner, police reports show.
Clifton man tried to have his uncle, the co-owner of the Passaic landmark, killed by two men, authorities say.
Authorities said a discarded cigarette in a flowerbed sparked a fire that damaged part the building.
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