Week in Review: More Clarity on Moriarty Arrest
This week Gloucester Township, videos of Paul Moriarty's July arrest were released, the town got down to business for 2013 and a rabid kitten was found. Read these stories and more.
The full dashboard camera footage, released after Patch won a lawsuit against Washington Township, shows Assemblyman Paul Moriarty’s arrest, and sheds light on why he was pulled over.
“Watch the video. The tape doesn't lie,” the assemblyman says after the video of his arrest was released. Moriarty has insisted since the day of his arrest that the arresting officer framed him.
2013 doesn’t see any change in Council leadership. Find out what else went on at Gloucester Township’s reorganization meeting.
A family’s good deed—taking in an ill kitten—posed danger after the deceased cat tested positive for rabies.
Gloucester Township’s former councilwoman moves up in the ranks as the newest Camden County freeholder.
Police reportedly found the accused burglar in the act when they arrested him.
The New Year got off to a scary start for two pedestrians hit by an alleged drunken driver.
The freeholder director talks about hot button issues, including the county police force, in the annual speech.
Curious about what Patch readers were most interested in during 2012? Check out the top 10 most-read stories.
You made your resolutions (and you’re still sticking to them, right?) but we want to know what resolutions you’d make for Gloucester Township this year.
These are just a few of the many stories Gloucester Township Patch brought you last week. Scroll through our news archives for the full list.
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