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22-year-old man shot to death on Madison Avenue in Irvington

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22-year-old man shot to death on Madison Avenue in Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force are investigating the fatal shooting of Jarod Rogers, 22, of Irvington, according to an Oct. 4 press release from the ECPO. On Saturday, Oct. 2, just after 3 p.m., Irvington police responded to Madison Avenue on a report […]

Noise pollution becomes hot issue at Irvington council meeting

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Noise pollution becomes hot issue at Irvington council meeting

IRVINGTON, NJ — During the Irvington Town Council meeting on Aug. 9, a resident complained of incessant music other residents are playing in her neighborhood, which continues every weekend, beginning late at night and well into the morning hours. Exhausted from attempting to handle the problem herself multiple times, she brought up the issue to […]

National Night Out proves to be night filled with fun in Irvington

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National Night Out proves to be night filled with fun in Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington community came out en masse Aug. 3 for National Night Out, to celebrate the community and its first responders. The event featured food, music, bounce houses, inflatable rides, a tour of a fire engine, giveaway and vendors. Photos Courtesy of Tony Vauss

State grand jury declines to criminally charge officers involved in fatal police encounter in Irvington

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State grand jury declines to criminally charge officers involved in fatal police encounter in Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — A state grand jury has voted not to file any criminal charges at the conclusion of its deliberations regarding the death of Kaizen Crossen, 39, of Irvington, who was fatally shot in August 2019 during a firefight with officers of the Irvington Police Department, according to a July 15 press release from […]

Irvington man shot to death in area of Highland and Grove

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Irvington man shot to death in area of Highland and Grove

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force are investigating the fatal shooting of Tariq Patterson, 38, of Irvington, according to a July 12 press release from the ECPO. On Thursday, July 8, Irvington police responded to Highland Terrace and Grove Street on a report of […]

Two brothers from Rahway fatally shot in Irvington

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Two brothers from Rahway fatally shot in Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force are investigating a double shooting that resulted in the death of Malik A. McCallister, 38, and Tarik R. Barnes, 42, brothers who lived together in Rahway, according to a July 5 press release from the ECPO. The two […]

‘Click It or Ticket’ crackdown encourages drivers, passengers to wear seat belts

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TRENTON, NJ — As New Jersey begins to reopen ahead of the busy summer travel season, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Highway Traffic Safety announced the upcoming launch of a statewide seat belt enforcement campaign aimed at promoting safe travels on New Jersey roadways. Starting Monday, May 24, and running through […]

Orange man killed in Irvington double shooting

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Orange man killed in Irvington double shooting

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force are investigating a double shooting that resulted in the death of Eliameau Maxime, 32, of Orange, according to an April 26 press release from the ECPO. On Saturday, April 24, Maxime was shot in the early morning hours […]

Discard unused medications safely on Drug Take Back Day

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Discard unused medications safely on Drug Take Back Day

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr., the Essex County Board of County Commissioners, the Essex County Division of Community Health, and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team are encouraging residents to dispose of their old or unwanted prescription medications during the federal Drug Enforcement Administration’s annual Drug Take Back […]

43-year-old Irvington man shot to death

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IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force are investigating the fatal shooting of Alsherman T. Counts, 43, of Irvington, according to a Sept. 18 press release from the prosecutor’s office. On Thursday, Sept. 17, at approximately 1:35 p.m., Irvington police officers responded to the 200 […]

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IRVINGTON — Irvington's police chief failed to investigate a misconduct allegation against his police officer nephew, filed nearly 150 disciplinary charges against officers with whom he had disagreements and did not adequately supervise his department's beleaguered Internal Affairs Unit, according to a report obtained by The Star-Ledger.

The 12-page report, compiled by the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, expands on the slew of allegations that led to Chief Michael Chase's suspension last month. Chase faces more than 130 violations of the Attorney General's guidelines and township police department rules after investigators found he ordered on-duty detectives to take his wife's car to be repaired and quashed an investigation into questionable conduct by his nephew, Officer Rashaan Sampson.

Chase has not been criminally charged.

Irvington Police Director Joseph Santiago suspended Chase indefinitely without pay on Dec. 3.

Many of the allegations against Chase were disclosed in a Star-Ledger report published hours before the suspension was announced. However, the prosecutor's report offers new details on the more serious allegations.

According to the report, when an internal affairs investigator asked Chase about Sampson’s case in 2011, the chief allegedly told him to "put the case aside and not to worry about it."

In 2010, Sampson and two other officers were involved in a search of a taxi in Newark after they found a passenger, Timothy Tucker, smoking marijuana inside the vehicle.

"They searched Tucker (including removing his socks and shoes, reaching down the front of his pants, looking inside his underwear in the rear of his pants and checking his mouth). They searched the interior of the taxi, and removed the back seat," the report reads. "They took the (marijuana cigarette) and told the taxi driver and Tucker to leave. There was no arrest."

A police report on the incident makes no mention of the search, and claims the motor vehicle stop happened in Irvington, not Newark, according to the report. An internal review was launched and referred to the prosecutor’s office. The matter was then sent back to Chase for administrative action, but he denied receiving any notice, the report said.

Attempts to reach Chase Thursday were unsuccessful. Santiago and Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray declined to comment on the report. However, Santiago said Chase’s pay was reinstated last month, though he remains suspended.

Chase was also accused last year of using the Internal Affairs unit as a bully pulpit to unfairly punish officers. While the prosecutor’s report found several of those claims were unwarranted — including allegations Chase told detectives to charge an officer "because he’s white" — it also indicated officers who crossed Chase faced severe discipline.

After a disagreement with Sampson in 2009, Sgt. Thomas Massimino faced roughly 70 disciplinary charges that resulted in multiple suspensions, according to the report. Twelve complaints were filed against him from 1996 to 2006, the report said.

The department’s former internal affairs commander, Lt. Andrea Koontz, suffered a similar fate. She has faced 35 disciplinary charges since February 2011, according to the documents. Between 1994 and 2008, she faced three such charges.

Koontz is suing Chase for sexual harassment and previously accused him of covering up his role in a fatal 2009 police chase. Murray, the acting prosecutor, has confirmed that Chase was involved in the crash but said she knew nothing about a cover-up.

The prosecutor’s report also found Irvington’s internal affairs unit failed to properly investigate 113 citizen complaints against officers between April and August of last year. The department also failed to comply with recommendations made during two prosecutor’s audits, in 2011 and 2012 the report said.

The prosecutor’s report blamed Chase for those failings, saying he "neglected his duty and failed to perform the day-to-day operations of his office."

Civil rights advocates and law enforcement experts praised the prosecutor’s oversight of Irvington Internal Affairs, but were troubled by the scope of the latest allegations.

"These are not minor shortcomings," said Wayne Fisher, a professor at the Rutgers Police Institute. "These are a failure to operate consistently with some of the most important components of the guidelines."

The state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union said the report’s findings paint a picture of a department in disarray.

"The internal affairs unit of the Irvington Police Department was being used to reward the favored and punish the disfavored," said Alex Shalom, the ACLU’s policy counsel. "When police officers cannot be treated justly and disciplined appropriately by their own department, how can citizens expect fairer treatment?"

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