92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: July 12 9am
One of the fatal victims aboard the U.S. Military refueling plane that crashed in Mississippi this week has been identified as 20-year old Marine Dan Baldassare of Colts Neck, according a report by Memphis TV station WREG.
Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the KC-130 to explode and kill 16 passengers.
The plane was en route to California from North Carolina on Monday.
A Long Branch man is in custody for committing a pair of robberies at two different locations over the weekend.
In both instances John Vernicek allegedly approached a cashier, physically threatened them and ran off with money from the register.
He's charged with 2nd degree robbery counts and possession of heroin police found upon his arrest.
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FEMA would be under time restrictions to recoup aid from disaster victims, under a bill by Shore Congressman Tom MacArthur.
The disaster assistance fairness and accountability act would give the agency a three-year limit, matching state and municipal guidelines.
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