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26-year-old was employed as home health care aide at time of arrest, prosecutor says.
Amanda Gambacorto has been named as the driver who crashed and was killed Saturday afternoon at Wall Stadium.
The victim was allegedly a 21-year-old who was considered an “inexperienced driver.”
The Long Branch and Eatontown police departments will be heavily enforcing against drunk driving in the coming weeks.
Eatontown police officers saved the life of a 28-year-old resident who was unconscious after ingesting heroin, alcohol, and pills.
The suspect is a cousin of the 62-year-old victim, and is also facing child pornography charges
The Middletown resident, 21, was found to be in possession of several types of narcotics on August 12.
A Red Bank resident was arrested after committing burglary from a hotel room at the Ocean Place Resort in Long Branch.
A Long Branch resident was arrested after an officer witnessed him punch a woman in the face on August 8.
A vehicle fire backed up traffic for miles earlier today.
The female terrier mix named "Lima" was hit by another car after being stolen and thrown from a vehicle onto the Parkway on Saturday.
There is a car fire on the Parkway at Exit 105- expect major delays.
The SPCA has authorized the release of the photo of the dog in hopes of finding more information about the car or owner who threw her out.
The small was badly injured, according to the Monmouth County SPCA. Police are seeking information about the incident.
Despite two dozen lives being saved since the county started delivering Narcan for drug overdoses, it does not work every single time.
Long Branch man also facing weapons charges
A Monmouth County grand jury handed up the 4-count indictment Monday charging Anthony Sims, Jr, 25, of Long Branch, but formerly of Red Bank
Power, phone and cable wires were hanging into the roadway.
Several more summonses are expected.
Medical examiner rules deaths are result of homicide.