NORTH CALDWELL RESIDENT
NORTH CALDWELL, NJ - North Caldwell Police Chief Mark Deuer reported that earlier this morning Officers Depoe and Herbert prevented a likely burglary by a suspect who was driving a car which was stolen this morning from Lyndhurst.
It takes a collective effort to ensure we keep North Caldwell a safe place to live," commented Chief Deuer. "The North Caldwell Police are appreciative to the resident for making the call and for the quick and efficient police response by both officers."
"Many of these allegedly mislabeled motor oils are sold at cheap prices,
thereby luring those consumers who can least afford
the extra maintenance costs or early engine failure
that may result from using the wrong type of motor oil," Hoffman said.
"We are rightly removing these potentially harmful products from New Jersey's marketplace, and will penalize retailers who continue to sell them."
“We continue to monitor the marketplace for motor oils that are mislabeled
and therefore expose car owners to the risk of
excess engine wear and even premature engine failure,” Hoffman said.
“The great majority of New Jersey’s registered home improvement contractors are proud to provide honest, quality service to their clients,”
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said.
“But the fact that home improvement-related issues
remain the number one consumer complaint in New Jersey
means that this enforcement action is needed
to deter those contractors who violate our consumer protection laws.”
“Including the contractors we’re citing today, thus far in 2014,
the Division of Consumer Affairs has ordered a total of 95 allegedly unregistered and/or otherwise non-compliant contractors to pay more than
$1.2 million in restitution to New Jersey consumers, and $374,000
in civil penalties,” Division of Consumer Affairs Acting Director Steve C. Lee. “We will continue these enforcement actions throughout the year
in order to protect consumers and ensure a fair playing field
for New Jersey’s many honest contractors.”