New Jersey

There was a tragic discovery outside a home in Ocean County on Monday.

Police said a child was found dead inside her family’s car, CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported.

Two car seats were still strapped in the back of the black Toyota Camry, which was parked in the driveway of a Lakewood home where police say a 21-month-old girl’s body was discovered, CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported.

“It seems like wonderful parents. They have one other child that is approximately 4 1/2 years old that is also a girl, and they are very saddened,” Lakewood Mayor Meir Lichtenstein said. “I was actually at the hospital and I saw the parents. They’re extremely saddened by what happened.”

CBS2 spoke with a neighbor on Lewin Avenue who did not want to show his face. He said the baby’s mother found her unconscious just after 2 p.m.

“My wife was leaving to work and she walked out and she saw the mother crying holding the baby in her hands,” the neighbor said. “My wife walked in and said call Hatzolah, which is the local EMS, the Jewish EMS.

“I performed CPR for the first couple minutes until first responders arrived and then they came and took over,” he added.

Occurred on March 24, 2019 / Burlington, New Jersey, USA

“I was driving through Burlington city, New Jersey. There was an on-duty Police officer disguised as a pedestrian and questionably crosses the street on the crosswalk repeatedly, while her coworkers planted stops a block up and down the strip. This was done on a Sunday during church hours. It seems like entrapment to me. Not only is the area horrible for visibility of pedestrians, the ability to stop where she enters the crosswalk is about 20 feet. Going 35 mph to 0 is close to impossible.” – Original uploader.

Police have launched an internal investigation after a cellphone video surfaced showing what appears to be one of their officers punching a man in the head and dragging him across the pavement.

The video, which was posted on social media, was recorded by a woman from Pennsylvania who was waiting for a ride outside the Trenton Transit Center at around 10.30pm on Saturday.

It shows a uniformed New Jersey Transit officer roughly picking up a seemingly unresponsive man lying on the ground and slamming his body back down while yelling at him: ‘Get up and get out now!’