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RED BANK: CRIME & ARREST REPORTS

The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for January, 2023. This information is unedited; see below for additional information. Theft: On 01/04/2023 a patrol unit took a report of theft. In the area of N. Bridge Av., the victim reported a black in color tri-fold wallet was stolen. The wallet contained a NJ driver’s license, a debit card, gift cards, $25.00 in US currency, and a health insurance card. Ptl. Grace Maggiulli.
RED BANK, NJ
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February - Red Bank Police Blotter

RED BANK, NJ – The following information was supplied by the Red Bank Police Department and is published as provided. Crimes Occurring Between January 1, 2023 – January 31, 2023 CRIMES: Theft: On 01/04/2023 a patrol unit took a report of theft. In the area of N. Bridge Av., the victim reported a black in color tri-fold wallet was stolen. The wallet contained a NJ driver’s license, a debit card, gift cards, $25.00 in US currency, and a health insurance card. Ptl. Grace Maggiulli. Theft: A patrol unit took a report of theft in the area of W. Westside Av. On 01/05/2023 the victim...
RED BANK, NJ

Schanck Road Closure Today, Wednesday, February 8.

HOLMDEL, NJ: According to Holmdel Police, there is a road closure on Schanck road today, Wednesday, February 8: Please be advised that Schanck Rd will be closed between Hwy 34 and Holmdel Rd on Wednesday, February 8th, from 8:00 am-3:00 pm. A detour will be in place, please plan an alternate route.
HOLMDEL, NJ

A 600 credit score and a system stacked against her are keeping this N.J. mom in a moldy apartment | Calavia-Robertson

Were it not for her low credit score, Shalyce Davis would’ve moved out of her moldy Monmouth County apartment a long time ago. The single mom says she’s tried in vain to find a new place for her and her three-year-old to live. And though she’s “come so close,” in the end that one number — 600 — is what’s keeping her and her son from a better apartment. And a better life.
MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ

Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Warns About Grandparent Scams

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office is alerting residents to a trend of ‘Grandparent Scam,’ which targets the elderly into giving over large sums of money. Recently, the South Plainfield Police Department arrested two individuals who scammed a local elderly person out of $6,000, according to a press release. On January 23rd, 2023, an elderly person handed over the $6,000 believing it was for their grandson's bail. After receiving the payment, the scammer requested an additional $5,000. Two individuals were arrested in connection to this scam, according to authorities. Their identities have not been made public at this time. This...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ

Friend who killed Sarah Stern, dumped body from Jersey Shore bridge has appeal rejected

The second of two men convicted in the killing of their friend Sarah Stern more than six years ago and throwing her body off a Jersey Shore bridge has lost his appeal. A three-judge panel rejected Liam McAtasney’s attempts to seek a new trial last week, refuting his claims that he was denied a fair trial “due to impermissible indoctrination of the jury” and that there was prosecutorial misconduct.
BELMAR, NJ
thecoaster.net

Asbury Park Homicide Investigated

A fatal shooting that took place in Asbury Park Thurs., Feb. 2 is under active investigation, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago said this week. At approximately 2:15 p.m. Feb. 2 members of the Asbury Park Police Department responded to the area of Ridge and Springwood Avenues on a report of shots being fired. At that location the officers located the victim, an adult male, who had sustained a gunshot wound. He was transported to Jersey Shore Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced deceased shortly before 2:45 p.m.
ASBURY PARK, NJ

Agenda for the Mayor & Council Workshop Meeting on February 8

ROSELLE, NJ - The next Roselle Council Workshop Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Borough Hall. The meeting will consist of department reports, public comment, an executive session (not open to the public), ordinances on first reading/introduction, ordinances on second reading/public hearing and resolutions. To see the agenda and details of all ordinances and resolutions, click here.
ROSELLE, NJ

Sea Girt hosts Second Annual Patriot Polar Plunge at 10 degrees

SEA GIRT — The second Annual Sea Girt Patriot Polar Plunge went off as planned Saturday, but exceptionally frigid weather appeared to drive participation well below the 400 registrations. The air temperature was 10 degrees as a brave minority took to the water State Trooper Marine and Mounted Divisions monitored the swimmers, and a State Trooper helicopter flew overhead.
SEA GIRT, NJ
hudsoncountyview.com

‘Roadway collapse’ causing multiple road closures on John F. Kennedy Boulevard

A “roadway collapse” is causing multiple road closures on John F. Kennedy Boulevard, multiple local public safety agencies said this afternoon. “❗️Commuter Alert❗️Reports of a roadway collapse at JFK & Rt139 in JC has major road closures in that area. Commuters use alternate routes and allow for extra time. (12:55pm) @CityofBayonne @DavisForBayonne,” the Bayonne Office of Emergency Management tweeted.
JERSEY CITY, NJ