92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 6
Weeks, upon wweks, of looting in Lakewood synagogues, businesses and cars lead to a battery of charges against a township 27-year-old Investigators who searched Mashon Wilson's house at the time of his arrest said they found evidence of at least seven reported burglaries since October.
Lighting is scant and no crosswalks exist on a stretch of Lakewood road where a woman died after being hit by a car late Tuesday afternoon, according to crash investigators. Irene Perosi's life ended on Shorrock Road, about 20 minutes after police arrived. The Toms River driver submitted a blood sample and allowed authorities to search his car and mobile phone.
A mobile home in Manchester is in ruins, following a predawn fire today. Investigators do not consider it suspicious, but said that the heat and flames were so intence that lots on either side at the Surf & Stream campground took heat damage. The owner is staying with friends at the site.
If cyber hacking has you worried enough to want to check your credit score for free more than once a year, state Senator Joe Pennacchio wants to help you. His bill in the Legislature would allow up to three free credit inspections, with more possible if situations warrant.
Owners of Risden's Beach, in Point Pleasant Beach, set up the newest roadblock to Governor Christie's planned full-coastal dune and beach replenishment project. They acknowledge the state's right to build the dunes, but fear that the ulterior motive is to seize their business. State officials dismiss the idea.
Sexual harassment allegations involving Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley bring a resolution for his censure to a Board vote Friday in the Hall of Records. The governing body's only other agenda item is a resolution to strengthen workplace ethics policies.
Going to Santacon in New York Saturday? Don't drink on NJ Transit buses, trains, or light rails, and save yourself a heap of trouble. The agency is banning all beverages - alcoholic or not - through early Sunday.