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Fatal Train Accident, Armed Robbery Arrest Top Local News in Matawan-Aberdeen

Headlines you may have missed on Matawan-Aberdeen Patch in August.

Fatal Train Accident, Armed Robbery Arrest Top Local News in Matawan-Aberdeen
Man Struck by Train Near Aberdeen-Matawan Station Dies, Authorities Say

The man who was struck by a New Jersey Transit train as it entered the  Aberdeen-Matawan Station Wednesday has died, according to NJ Transit spokesperson Courtney Carol. Full story -->

Chief: 2 Charged in Armed Robbery of Pizza Delivery Man in Aberdeen

Two Old Bridge men are accused of robbing a pizza delivery man at gunpoint in Aberdeen Wednesday night, according to Chief John Powers. Full story -->

Second Pizza Delivery Man Robbed in Aberdeen, Chief Says

A pizza delivery man was robbed by an armed individual on Belaire Court in Aberdeen Wednesday night, Police Chief John Powers confirmed. Full story -->

Ravine Drive Crash on Thanksgiving Eve Yields Assault by Auto Indictment

A Monmouth County grand jury voted to indict a Matawan man on two charges stemming from a Thanksgiving eve accident on Ravine Drive, according to court documents.  Full story -->

Chase Ends in Narcotics Bust, Matawan Police Say

A car chase through Matawan, Aberdeen and on the Garden State Parkway ended with borough police making their eighth narcotics-related arrest in ten days, according to Lt. Ben Smith.  Full story -->

Former Matawan Aberdeen Middle School Principal Removed from Manalapan School Position

Principal Tyler Blackmore of Milford Brook School in Manalapan has been fired from the district, Manalapan-Englistown Regional School District Superintendent John J. Marciante announced.  Full story -->

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