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South Brunswick High School teacher Jill Zell gets probation, fine for stealing colleagues' credit cards

South Brunswick High School teacher Jill Zell gets probation, fine for stealing colleagues' credit cardsA South Brunswick teacher has been given three years probation and fined $1,000 for stealing credit cards from two of her colleagues.

Jill Zell, 57, an English teacher at South Brunswick High School, was accused of running up $600 in personal purchases late last year on cards belonging to two other teachers. South Brunswick police arrested her on Dec. 22.

Zell was initially suspended with pay, then without pay after she pleaded guilty in April. Under her plea agreement with the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, she was ordered to resign from her post and barred from any public job in the future.

 

Christie uses ‘Race to the Top’ good news to slam NJEA

Christie uses ‘Race to the Top’ good news to slam NJEA

State still competing with 18 others for share of $3.4 billion

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
UPDATED

New Jersey has been named one of 19 governments to make the final round of the federal govern...

N.J. inches closer to Race to the Top education funding

N.J. inches closer to Race to the Top education funding

State makes it to second round of federal competition

BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The Obama administration on Tuesday named 18 states and the District of Columbia as finalists in the race for feder...

No more ‘D’ grades allowed in N.J. school district

No more ‘D’ grades allowed in N.J. school district
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The Mount Olive school board voted 8-1 Monday night to eliminate the "D" grade in the middle and high school grading systems.

Last month, Superintendent Larrie Reynolds ...

Former Iselin teacher James Clancy sentenced to jail for touching and kissing student

Former Iselin teacher James Clancy sentenced to jail for touching and kissing student

In another in a series of incidents among Middlesex County teachers, A Superior Court judge has sentenced James I. Clancy of Woodbridge to 364 days in jail for improperly touching and kissing a 14-old...

N.J. woman jumps on hood but fails to stop car thief

N.J. woman jumps on hood but fails to stop car thief

Not this car!

That was what a 23-year-old Hoboken woman was thinking when she leaped onto the hood of her mother's 2008 Infiniti as a man attempted to drive off with it from a Jersey City gas station n...

Suspect arrested in Cameo Adult Theater stabbing death

Suspect arrested in Cameo Adult Theater stabbing death

Police have identified the suspect and victim in the Cameo Adult Theater stabbing Friday night, said Kathy Carter, spokeswoman from the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.

Garrick Farmer, 40, of Newark, ...

Nathan ‘Flames’ Lee charged with shooting death of Anthony Cook

Nathan ‘Flames’ Lee charged with shooting death of Anthony Cook

Members of the U.S. Marshals and the Union County Homicide Task Force arrested a man in connection with the May 9 murder of 43-year-old Anthony Cook in Elizabeth, said Union County Prosecutor Theodore...

Prisoner lawsuits rising in N.J. but drop nationally

Prisoner lawsuits rising in N.J. but drop nationally

The number of lawsuits filed by New Jersey prisoners is climbing. Most of those suits are drafted and filed by the inmates themselves and many are seen as frivolous. In all, officials say that an inma...

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