|Waiting on Railroad Avenue in Hackensack for an NJ Transit train to pass on the way to the Anderson Street station.|
By VICTOR E. SASSON
Former Hackensack Police Chief Ken Zisa was sentenced to prison in late 2012, but remained under house arrest while he appealed his convictions.
Today, a state appeals court overturned those guilty verdicts on official misconduct and insurance fraud charges surrounding his actions after his girlfriend was involved in a one-vehicle Hackensack accident.
But the Bergen County prosecutor could appeal that ruling, extending the legal saga involving Zisa.
I scanned the 38-page decision, which you can read in full by clicking on following link:
State of New Jersey v. Charles K. Zisa
On the Record's front page today, you'll find only one story worth reading, from Staff Writer Jay Levin.
Agnes Fenton of Englewood will celebrate her 110th birthday today (A-1).
That's unless you want to be bored to tears by another long, tedious 9/11 column from Staff Writer Mike Kelly.
Here is Kelly's scene-setting first paragraph:
"His grave lies just inside the cemetery gates, a few feet from a chain-link fence and the rattle and swoosh of cars, trucks and buses on Totowa's Union Boulevard" (A-1).
The "rattle and swoosh of cars, trucks and buses"? Readers' eyes are rolling. No motorcycles?
Assignment Editors Deirdre Sykes and Dan Sforza continue to rely heavily on Law & Order news to fill their thin section today (L-1, L-2, L-3 and L-6).