Rocks thrown through window at Roselle mayor’s home

Police are looking to find those responsible for throwing rocks through the window of a Union County mayor's home.



Roselle Mayor Christine Danserau says rocks were thrown through her front door and picture window sometime between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. Thursday. 



Danserau told News 12 New Jersey she believes the attack wasn't random. She said other people tied to the borough were also targeted, saying one employee was vandalized as recently as last month.



The mayor assumed her position in January after the former mayor was elected to the Statehouse.


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