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Mary Dalton of Deptford charged in hit and run death of Thomas McCoy

Mary Dalton of Deptford charged in hit and run death of Thomas McCoy

Gloucester County authorities have charged a Deptford Township woman in the hit-and-run death of a bicyclist.

Mary Dalton, 40, was charged with vehicular homicide and other offenses following an investigation by Deptford police and the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office into the death of Thomas McCoy, 44, of Woodbury.

The collision of Mary Dalton's Ford Explorer and the bicycle McCoy was riding occurred about 11:30 p.m. on the northbound side of Delsea Drive near Holy Trinity School in Deptford Township. It is believed McCoy had been shopping at a local Wal-Mart store.

According to an investigation by Deptford police and Det. Nick Schock of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office, McCoy was riding on the shoulder of the road when McCoy's Explorer drifted onto the shoulder and hit the victim from behind. McCoy was dead at the scene.

 

34 New Jersey cities and towns share $220,000 in Walmart grants

34 New Jersey cities and towns share $220,000 in Walmart grants
BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Thirty-four cities and towns in 14 counties Tuesday received a share of $220,000 through Walmart's Sustainable Jersey Small Grants program.

This is the second year...

Chinese, state officials to discuss improving trade with New Jersey

Chinese, state officials to discuss improving trade with New Jersey

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and a delegation of New Jersey government and business leaders will host Chinese Vice Commerce Minister Wang Chao Friday at a luncheon in Trenton as part of his visit to the Unit...

Dramatic changes to N.J. pension and health benefits proposed by Christie

Dramatic changes to N.J. pension and health benefits proposed by Christie
BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Gov. Chris Christie Tuesday unveiled a legislative package that as he described it is designed to make the state and local employee pension system sustainable for...

NJEA criticizes Christie for not funding pension system

NJEA criticizes Christie for not funding pension system

Union president says teachers paid their share while state ignore obligations

Gov. Chris Christie‘s proposed changes to public employee pensions and health benefits, including public school teachers ha...

N.J. roundup nets 823 fugitives and 339 parole violators

N.J. roundup nets 823 fugitives and 339 parole violators

State, federal, county and local lawmen team up for "Operation SWEEP''

Operation "SWEEP,‘' a statewide effort by state and federal lawmen during July and August, resulted in the arrests of 1,162 high-r...

N.J. State Police name dogs after fallen troopers

N.J. State Police name dogs after fallen troopers

19 graduate from Canine Training Academy in Sea Girt

Nineteen of New Jersey's newest law enforcement specialists Tuesday graduated from the State Police Canine Training Academy, Scent/Patrol Class in S...

South Jersey murder suspects Carey R. Greene, Tyleek A. Lewis surrender to U.S. marshals

South Jersey murder suspects Carey R. Greene, Tyleek A. Lewis surrender to U.S. marshalsTwo Pemberton Township men wanted in connection with the July murder of a Westampton man have surrendered, Burlington County authorities announced.

Carey R. Greene, 19, surrendered at the county prosec...

Governor signs Democratic bill to lower cost of obtaining state documents

Governor signs Democratic bill to lower cost of obtaining state documentsLegislation to set lower and more uniform fees for copies of state government documents has been signed into law by Gov. Christie.

Under former law, document copying fees varied widely, with some state...

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