Monday, November 4, 2013

Bergen man found in Jersey City with 'NARK' carved in chest, badge in cheek

A Bergen County man who was apparently mistaken for a police officer or an informant was hospitalized after the term “NARK” was found carved into his chest, Jersey City police said.

Just after 4 a.m. yesterday, police found EMTs working on a Rochelle Park man who was lying unresponsive on Brunswick Street near Columbus Drive, reports said.

The 34-year-old victim was found with a gold badge inside his right cheek and "NARK" -- slang for narcotics officer or a police informer -- carved in the middle of his chest, reports state. Police said the man was not a member of any law enforcement agency and the badge was not a law enforcement badge.  More

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