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Another Trooper, a Bloomingdale resident, also agreed to forfeit job for role in Atlantic City caravan.
Incoming sixth and seventh graders are encouraged to join and learn about being a police officer.
Police said man did not get into the targeted home and nothing was stolen.
No one was arrested for the incident, but police are investigating.
Despite the broken glass, owner told police that at the time nothing appeared to have been stolen.
Law enforcement encourages people to turn in expired and unwanted medications so they don't fall into the wrong hands.
There was no report of injuries in the incident.
Bloomingdale marathoner earned her personal best an hour before the explosions.
Almost $50K paid out for weapons, including assault weapons, handguns, rifles.
Morris County residents are invited to come, learn and share ideas about making schools safer.
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