92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: November 16
Another school bus is caught speeding at the shore - this time on the Parkway in Ocean County. An employee of the Lakewood-based firm said that the driver was heading home, and video sent to Townsquare Media shows that no students were aboard. Company officials and police are looking into it.
The last of four Egg Harbor Township youth detention escapees is captured in Atlantic City, after a search of more than 24 hours. Michael Huggins is charged with a murder in Bridgeton, where the other three were found Wendesday.
Former Middlesex County College men's basketball coach Chris Tarver risks up to 50 years in prison for the repeated sexual molestation of a minor in 2010 and 2011. He was found guilty at trial on 20 counts. The charges don't include allegations involving three more youths.
Hoping to de-fuse roadside police encounters, Attorney General Chris Porrino launches a campaign to teach drivers ehat, and what not, to do during traffic stops. The videos will be televised, screened in cinemas and spread throughout social media.
A tire rim thief plagues several businesses in Toms River, and one of the merchants caught the suspect in surveillance video. More than $2,000 worth of rims have disappeared. He's believed to be in his 60s or early 70s, driving an older model Ford Ranger pickup with dents and a broken back window.
Trying to cross Route 9 in Freehold Township costs a local woman her life. Marie Casalino was hit by a Jeep on the highway near the Freehold Raceway Mall Wednesday night. The driver is also a township resident.
Transgender students wishing to play sports for the gender with which they identify have one obstacle removed. NJSIAA no longer requires them to provide proof of their statuses. Schools can appeal if they believe that participation presents a safety hazard.