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March 24, 2023

Hackensack PD

Arrests made in fentanyl-laced cocaine overdose death on March 15 at Riverside Square Mall

Click on above headline to link to Daily Voice article on this announcement and pending news conference by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, today, March 24, 2023

Mar 24, 2023

**Here’s the recap. Thank you to all from the PTO who put this together.**

“Great volleyball and basketball games tonight for the Bogota Police Dept. and Fire Department vs. Bogota High School Seniors.

Thank you also to our “Head Coach” from Bogota Basketball Hall of Fame player Chris Clark. Bogota PD/FD won the volleyball games 11-15 and 12-15 and the Seniors out courted us for the win 37-32.”


March 23, 2023

Crime Stoppers will be at this Bogota event. Come out and support the Class of 2023, the Bogota Police and Fire, and Crime Stoppers!

Bogota PD

March 9, 2023

Click on Headline below for Daily Voice article on this arrest and extradition.

NY Fugitive Wanted For Trashing GF’s Bogota Apartment, Pulling Fire Alarm, Caught, Brought To NJ

March 9, 2023
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March 7, 2023

Hackensack PD

Click on below headline from Daily Voice for update on this homicide case:

HACKENSACK HOMICIDE: New Defendant Charged With Murder In Barbershop Ambush Of Maywood Dad