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STOLEN VEHICLE ARREST MADE IN LOWER TOWNSHIP

A vehicle stolen in the Villas has been found by police. Lower Township Police say that f Jacquelyne B. McLaughlin of Philadelphia was arrested. McLaughlin was charged with Theft of a Motor Vehicle, along with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Police say that a white powder substance believed to be cocaine …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP EXPLORING VOLUNTEER SAFETY SQUAD

Lower Township officials are looking to create a volunteer safety squad. Lower Township Manager Mike Voll wants to tap the resources in the community and see if there is any interest in forming a volunteer safety squad that would provide support services to the police and fire departments.  ​Voll said the volunteers …

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARREST IN NORTH CAPE MAY

Lower Township Police made a domestic violence arrest. Police say they took Wallace A. Martino Jr. into custody. The victim told authorities that his  roommate struck him in the face during a verbal dispute, fracturing the victim’s jaw in two locations. Martino was placed in the Cape May County Jail on …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP POLICE SAVE LIFE WITH NARCAN

A male in an unresponsive state was saved by Lower Township Police. Officers there gave the man Narcan, which helped bring the unidentified man out of that state. He was transported to the Cape Regional Medical Center for additional treatment. All officers with the Lower Township Police Department have been trained in the …

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DRUG ARREST MADE IN LOWER TOWNSHIP

Lower Township Police say a report of a suspicious person led to a drug arrest. Authorities arrested Keiffer Hahn, and charged him with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and other drug offenses. Bail was set at $15,000. Police say the arrest took place Wednesday night on the 700 block …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP CHAMBER CELEBRATES 20 YEARS

The Lower Township Chamber of Commerce has come a long way. The chamber is celebrating 20 years in existence this year. The chamber started with 14 members and has grown to 177. Former mayor Bob Conroy was credit with gathering the initial members to get the organization going. On Tuesday Sept. …

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