Sunday Special: Helping those hit by hurricanes

Sunday Special is a new weekly feature by BreakingAC that will take a look at those doing good in and from our area. If you know someone who deserves attention, email lyndacohen@breakingac.com with the subject: Sunday Special. Atlantic City native brings help home to Houston Qaadir Williams was stuck in Atlantic City when Harvey hit … Read moreSunday Special: Helping those hit by hurricanes

Video of fatal police chase only tells part of the story

Elvis Nunez didn’t know March 27, 2014, would be his last day of work. The Pleasantville officer wasn’t even scheduled for duty that day. He was at the station to go over a case when a call came in that a man who brandished a gun at a restaurant had fled police. Nunez hopped in … Read moreVideo of fatal police chase only tells part of the story

House, vehicles damaged in Pleasantville shooting

Pleasantville police are investigating after a home and several cars were damaged by gunfire overnight. Shots were heard in the 600 block of Adams Avenue just before 1:30 a.m., Capt. Matt Hartman said. Officers arrived to find damage to a residence and multiple vehicles on the property also had been struck. The department’s Violent Crimes … Read moreHouse, vehicles damaged in Pleasantville shooting

Ex-Pleasantville Housing Authority manager admits stealing money

A former Pleasantville Housing Authority manager admitted this week that she stole money intended for tenants in Atlantic City. Cheryl Bradshaw, 60, of Atlantic City, was arrested in April on charges of official misconduct and theft by failure to make required disposition of property received. She pleaded guilty Monday to keeping 13 U.S. Housing and … Read moreEx-Pleasantville Housing Authority manager admits stealing money