Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Manasquan Borough has implemented changes to its high water alarm system, and pushed for what is being called the Brielle Road Project.
Kenneth Melson and Kahajanee Reevey were charged with soliciting prostitution and promoting prostitution, respectively.
A Connecticut man, 21, has been arrested and federally charged for his involvement in a "swatting" ring that affected Monmouth Co. schools.
The Howell resident had allegedly left the dog in his truck for two days while in New York City.
Lori Wegner of Toms River has been suspended as an EMT by the state Department of Health
The Oklahoma contractor is alleged to have stolen over $38,000 from the homeowners after failing to complete work, despite collecting money.
Twenty-two people were rescued from the island. No major injuries were reported, according to the Barnegat Bay Island Facebook page.
A Howell Police K9, Jago, has been praised for leading officers to large amounts of drugs during two separate motor vehicles searches.
The Monmouth County Police Chiefs Association took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in honor of retired Manasquan Chief Dan Scimeca.
The Manasquan resident and former Wall Township English teacher is facing Parole Supervision for Life, Megan’s Law Registry, and prison.
Police Departments are warning JCP&L customers about a scam threatening service disruption unless a payment is made. Read more here.
Have you ever wondered whether or not Silver Alerts actually work? Well, if you ask one New Jersey family, they'll say yes.
The expecting Lakewood mother, who requested her name remain private, went into labor last night and was being driven to the hospital
Broskey’s son was turned over to the custody of the boy's mother.
On Saturday, September 27, the Wall Township Police Department in conjunction with the DEA will host Operation Take Back.
A Raritan High School student has been confirmed as the person who was struck and killed by a NJ Transit train early Monday morning.
Train service has been restored for the North Jersey Coast Line after a man was struck and killed by a train in Matawan early Monday.
The North Jersey Coast Line was temporarily suspended between Middletown and Matawan.
Six people were rescued after a 25-foot pleasure craft started to sink near Manasquan and Sea Girt.
Police were investigating the scene on Squankum Road in Lakewood Friday morning.