Neptune Police Chief sworn in

  By DON STINE James M. Hunt Jr., a 20-year police veteran, was sworn as the new Neptune Police Chief by the Township Committee last week. He has run the police department as deputy chief since June, 2013. “Under his leadership, this department has maintained its position as a highly professional and highly respected police […]

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No Decision Yet on City Police Chief

  By DON STINE Asbury Park will not see any changes to personnel at the top level of the police department until at least after the first of the year when the new City Council and mayor are sworn in. Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon retired earlier this month and the department is running […]

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14-Year-Old Girl Charged with Driving Without License

  By JOSEPH SAPIA Allenhurst Police, while working on a driving while intoxicated-enforcement detail, stopped a vehicle for going erratically — and found a 14-year-old driving. The Neptune girl had taken her mother’s vehicle without her permission, police said. A 17-year-old also was riding in the car, police said. The 14-year-old was charged with driving […]

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Candidate Disqualified in Asbury Park

  By ELLEN CARROLL Marilyn Schlossbach, who submitted a petition this week for a City Council seat in the Asbury Park election, has been disqualified. In order to be placed on the ballot for a seat in the Nov. 4 election 89 certified petitions are needed. She only had 87. It was her first bid […]

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Ocean Museum Celebrates 30 Years

  More than 90 friends and supporters gathered recently for a luncheon at the Deal Golf and Country Club to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Township of Ocean Historical Museum. Harpist Marjorie Mollenaur entertained the arriving guests as they viewed 30 years of pictures of past events. A silent auction was arranged by committee […]

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Ocean Man Saved After Overdose

  Ocean Township Police say they saved the life of a 25-year-old man after he apparently suffered a heroin overdose. Police gave this account: On Tuesday, Sept. 2, at about 11:20 p.m., Officers Randy Slawsky and Zachary Rhein responded to a reported overdose at a Rustic Drive apartment. They found an unconscious man in the […]

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