92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: June 26
Swim water quality at New Jersey beaches appears satisfactory to state inspectors after this morning's fly-bys. They also spotted dolphins off Sea Isle City and Wildwood.
A woman dies on a Middletown street, hit by a car during this morning's rush hour. Police have not issued the identity of the victim or driver. The collision occured at about 8:47 AM on Main Street, and Hunters Pointe.
A Lakewood rabbi, his wife, and six others are under arrest today, charged with scamming about $1,300,000 in Medicaid and other public assistance money. Rabbi Zalmen Sorotzkin leads Congregation Lutzk.
The 2015 shooting death of Tamara Wilson-Seidle by her estranged husband, a former Neptune Township police sergeant, prompts the Asbury Park-Neptune NAACP to demand a federal investigation of the department, and release of a 2014 internal report of conditions on the force. Wilson-Seidle's children filed a wrongful-death suit against Neptune, Asbury Park police, and the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
Water restrictions begin in Manchester, staying in effect daily between 10 AM and 5 PM. Lawn watering is limited to odd-numbered homes on odd-numbered days, and even-numbered homes on even-numbered days. Homes with private wells are excluded.