Cops charged with sneaking into closed park, lying about it 

Three Lawrence Township police officers were charged Thursday with falsifying government records after an internal affairs investigation revealed that they intentionally lied about where they were, authorities said. 

Officers Hector Nieves, 44, Liubove Bjorklund, 32, and Timothy Wallace, 28, were all suspended without pay. 

Nieves and Bjorklund were also charged with violating Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order No. 118 which closed all state parks and forests and county parks during the?coronavirus?pandemic. 


He also altered the view of the camera is his police car on “multiple occasions” so that it would not show him covertly meeting with an off-duty female police officer, the office alleged. In one incident, the camera’s position was altered so that it would not record Nieves and the off-duty officer meeting or entering the closed park. 

Wallace was charged with falsely logging his location in a CAD record on May 4, 2020. 

The three officers were served with summons complaints on Thursday morning. 

Nieves’ lawyer, Charles Sciarra, defended the officer and called the charges “complete crap.” 


Finley Mallow, the golden retriever Sets Guinness World Record For Holding 6 Tennis Balls In His Mouth 

An upstate New York dog has set a Guinness World Record?by holding six tennis balls in his mouth. 

Finley Molloy,?a 6-year-old Golden Retriever in Canandaigua,?started cramming tennis balls in his mouth all on his own when he was 2. ? 

Another Golden Retriever?had set the record in 2003, with five balls in his mouth.. 

Finley’s journey to becoming a world record holder has been documented on his?Instagram account, where he has more than 36,000 followers from all over the world. 

Finley celebrated his victory with a backyard gathering with some of his fellow four-legged friends and a special “hound” cake from?BONES Dog Bakery in Rochester.