BLOOMFIELD, NJ – Bloomfield resident Robert Chalet had the winning

BLOOMFIELD, NJ – Bloomfield resident Robert Chalet had the winning ‘hand’ in the New Jersey Lottery ‘High Card Poker’ scratch off ticket that he bought in Nutley, but when he went to redeem the ticket he was told that he had not won. Chalet told TAPinto Bloomfield his story about he says is a $150k winning scratch off ticket. The NJ Lottery Commission says at least for now, it is not. On Aug 10, at approximately 11 pm, the Bloomfield native purchased a $5.00 ‘High Card Poker’ scratch off ticket at the 7-11 located at Kingsland Street and Darling Avenue. Locals refer to the area as ‘four corners.’.“I couldn’t believe I had won so I showed the ticket to my cousin to make sure I was not seeing things.craigslist south jersey We both looked again and again. I read the rules twice too and decided ‘yes’, I had a winning ticket!” said Chalet.According to the bearer of bad news, the Commission pulled the scratch off game yesterday, August 10, because the rules were not changed on the tickets.

Allegedly the Commission was to be honoring tickets that were still in circulation that had not yet been picked up yesterday by lottery agents. The NJ Lottery Commission’s offered advice to Chalet: ‘You should get a lawyer.”’.Downtown Hammonton is getting its arts adventure on again with the second annual New Jersey Fringe Festival.Jersey Fringe is a three-day event featuring 12 avant-garde theatrical productions atnine different venues centered around its hub, the historical Eagle Theatre. All venues arewithin walking distance from one another.The productions take on subjects such as the limits of Time, American education system misfits, religious radicalism and bias, local politics, social media relationships, and Craigslist ads. On the darker side, there are even explorations into the minds of stalker Ricardo López and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.Besides the scheduled productions, the downtown streets will be lined with numerous free pop-up art experiences, live musicians, plus art and food vendors as well as a beer and wine jersey lottery DWI ARREST: On July 20, 2017 at approximately 0140 hours Patrolman Andrew Lynch arrested Sarah Connor, age 22, of Rutherford, New Jersey, for driving while intoxicated.

The arrest stems from Patrolman Lynch observing Miss Connor driving with a flat tire. Miss Connor was charged with driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to breath tests, and driving while suspended. new jersey Miss Connor was processed and subsequently released to a third-party pending a mandatory court appearance.CDS ARREST: On July 21, 2017 Detective Andrew Diamond arrested Jameson Luciani, age 22, of Edison, New Jersey, for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of CDS in a motor vehicle, and careless driving. The charges stem from a motor vehicle stop on South Street after Mr. Luciani was observed driving in a careless manner. Mr. Luciani was processed and released pending a mandatory court appearance.