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Misfired artillery round hits NJ home
MSNBC - 5 hours ago
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, NJ - What may have been a small artillery shell slammed through the roof of a house in New Jersey Friday, and killed a cat. ...
NJ Base Suspends Testing After Accident The Associated Press
New Jersey base suspends testing after accident KCAU
Picatinny suspends outdoor weapons testing after shell hits home Newsday
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56 homes damaged in Tenn...Artillery hits NJ home...Bush on ...
Reiten Television KXMB Bismarck, ND - 16 hours ago
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, NJ (AP) The Army is investigating the misfire of an artillery round that crashed through the roof of a house in New Jersey yesterday. ..


Army Introduces Plan To Rid NJ Beach Of Unexploded Fuses
WNBC, NY - Apr 3, 2008
... to sieve a 1.5 mile stretch of beach in Surf City, on Long Beach Island next winter for unexploded artillery fuses believed to still be buried there. ...

Lawyer: Russian immigrant didn't mean to photograph Picatinny
Dailyrecord.com, NJ - Apr 4, 2008
The lawyer for the Russian immigrant charged with unlawfully photographing Picatinny Arsenal said Thursday that the incident was a misunderstanding and that ...
Ga. man charged with illegally taking photos at Picatinny
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ - Apr 2, 2008
by Kristen Alloway/The Star-Ledger A 26-year-old Georgia man has been charged with illegally taking photos of Picatinny Arsenal in Rockaway Township, ...
No terror tie seen in Picatinny incident
Dailyrecord.com, NJ - Apr 1, 2008
The two men who prompted a security alert at Picatinny Arsenal had no connection with terrorism, and only one was charged with unlawfully photographing the ...
Man charged with taking photos of Picatinny Arsenal
Dailyrecord.com, NJ - Mar 31, 2008
The two men detained Sunday night near Picatinny Arsenal have been charged with unlawfully photographing the installation, authorities said. ...
Police release pair who photographed Picatinny Arsenal
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ - Mar 31, 2008
by Kristen Alloway/The Star-Ledger Two men were released from police custody this morning after they took photos of Picatinny Arsenal Sunday afternoon, ...
Suspect photos spur Picatinny probe
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ - Mar 30, 2008
Traffic was stopped for several hours on Route 15 in Rockaway Township yesterday while authorities investigated a suspicious vehicle near Picatinny Arsenal. ...
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