92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: October 13
The search for a Toms River 13-year-old, missing since Wednesday night, now extends beyond the township borders. Police believe that Antonella Marino might be in the company of Jeffrey Trautman of Jackson, who is under no suspicion of criminal wrongdoing. They're hoping he can lead them to her.
A Middletown high schooler answers to terroristic threat charges after allegedly posting a Snapchat video featuring ammunition and implying that it would be used on students. Police said that no one else was involved, and that the teen's family is cooperating.
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst rocks...all weekend...and perhaps your windows, too, if you live on the outskirts. Heavy artillery and mortar training is in progress. Cloud cover intensifies the noise and extends its distance.
With less than a month until New Jersey's elections, state cyber security officials insist that they're hack-proof, but not everyone in the state Legislature is buying it. Assemblywoman Liz Muoio seeks installation of paper printouts on all new machines.
JP Stevens High Schoolers wear blue to their football game tonight, symbolizing solidarity with a classmate in critical condition at St. Barnabas Burn Unit in Livingston. Lance Vargas was electrocuted while climbing a railroad trestle in Metuchen, and fell 30 feet to the pavement.
A Burlington County man will be sentenced November 14 for the murder of his young son's mother in her Mount Holly home in 2016. A jury returned the verdict for Rashon Causey Friday. The autopsy of Shanai Marshall found the cause of death to be a stab wound to the head.