Vincent L. Patrick, 42, is accused of killing 22-year-old Jaquille E. Cooke during a Feb. 15, 2018, encounter on Thompson Street in Salem. Charges were filed after a witness came forward to say the Cooke was shot while trying to rob the alleged killer, according to court documents. Police responding...
Ask us about COVID-19: What questions do you have about the coronavirus and vaccines?. New Jersey is still struggling to boost COVID-19 vaccinations among communities of color. Of the more than 4.6 million residents who are fully vaccinated, only 7% identify as Black and 15% as Latino, despite making up...
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UPDATE: This story was updated on June 10 to note that the defendant’s tests came back negative for drugs and alcohol and that his DWI charge will be dismissed. A Salem County grand jury has indicted a Texas tractor-trailer driver who struck and killed two people on a New Jersey highway last year.
Dalton Beals was among the few, the proud, and the few within the few — but still, too many. The young Marine from Salem County died during training last week at Parris Island, South Carolina, the iconic basic training site of the this branch of our military. The 2020 Pennsville...
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Authorities are investigating the death of a 19-year-old Marine Corps recruit from South Jersey who died during a strenuous training exercise. Pfc. Dalton Beals of Pennsville, Salem County, died Friday during the final test of a 13-week training course in Parris Island, South Carolina. The test, called the Crucible, is a grueling 54-hour training exercise.
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A US Marines recruit from South Jersey who was set to graduate from boot camp in a few days died during a grueling 54-hour rite of passage known as “The Crucible.”. Pfc. Dalton Beals, of Pennsville in Salem County, died Friday during the culminating event at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, the Daily Voice reported.
The Salem County Brass Society has announced that Jasmine V. Dickson, a trumpet player from Clearview Regional High School, has been awarded its 2021 scholarship. Normally presented during the society’s annual spring concert, which did not happen this year because of COVID-19, the scholarship is given to a graduating senior in any music discipline from Salem, Gloucester or Cumberland county who plans to attend college in the fall as a music major. Dickson will be attending Boston Conservatory in the fall as a performance major.
Marine from N.J. dies during recruit training. ‘Dalton was a kid everyone liked,’ former coach says.
A 19-year-old Marine from New Jersey who was on his high school’s football, wrestling and track teams died Friday during a recruit training exercise in Parris Island, South Carolina, military officials said. Dalton Beals, of Pennsville in Salem County, was completing The Crucible, a grueling 54-hour training session to finish...
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A Marine from South Jersey has reportedly died during training in South Carolina. WJCL-TV reports Private 1st Class Dalton Beals passed away Friday during The Crucible, a final 54-hour test that is described as validating, "the physical, mental and moral training they've endured throughout recruit training." According to NJ.com, Beals...
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A Marine recruit from South Jersey died during the "Crucible" training event at the boot camp in South Carolina. Dalton Beals, 18, of Pennsville in Salem County, died Friday and was set to graduate on June 18. The Crucible is the final test during marine training and is a 54-hour...
A Marine Corps recruit from Salem County has died during the final challenge of his military training. Private First Class Dalton Beals lost his life during a 54-hour ordeal known as The Crucible, according to a statement from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, South Carolina. It offered...
A man who says he was sexually abused by a Boy Scouts leader 50 years ago while growing up in New Jersey has sued the organization. Joseph Hearst alleges Jeffrey Coles sexually abused him when he was 12 and 13 years of age in 1970 and 1971 and forced Hearst to engage in sexual activity with other Boy Scouts while on camping trips and at Boy Scouts camp.