Fire destroys Toms River First Aid Squad Captain’s home
A Thursday morning fire, that has been deemed accidental, according to the Asbury Park Press, destroyed the home of Toms River First Aid Squad Captain Alyssa Golembeski and her family, some of who are also members of the squad.
35 recruits graduate Monmouth County Police Academy
Sheriff Shaun Golden announced that 35 new law enforcement and corrections officers have graduated from the Monmouth County Police Academy on December 13th.
Two injured in Neptune residential structure fire
Two people were taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center after a fire at their Gail Drive home Saturday morning.
Union Beach man struck and killed in Freehold Thursday evening
A 64-year-old Union Beach man was struck and killed Thursday evening at approximately 5:41 p.m. while walking on County Route 537 near State Highway 33 in Freehold.
SeaStreak ferry and Coast Guard help vessel taking on water
The Coast Guard and a SeaStreak ferry helped save four people from their boat that took on water near Sandy Hook Bay on Saturday.
Toms River police follow fluid trail to catch hit and run driver
A twenty-four year old man from Toms River was arrested after officers responded to a hit and crash and followed a fluid trail to the vehicle leading them to the driver.
Police asking for help locating Long Branch shooting suspect
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office and Long Branch Police are asking for the public's help in locating Marc Zayas, the 18-year old Long Branch man wanted in connection with a shooting in Long Branch Thursday afternoon.
Former employee arrested for burglary at local business
A former employee of Returns Worldwide LLC in Whiting was arrested and charged with burglary and theft after the owner of the business reported around $35,000 worth of merchandise was stolen.
Lakewood man arrested on multiple sexual assault charges
A Lakewood man was arrested and charged with multiple sexual assault charges after an investigation that began in mid-October.
Manchester Police looking for males who dumped rabbits in woods
The Manchester Township Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying two males who dumped a container filled with fifteen rabbits/bunnies into the woods.