The number of crimes continues to decrease in Cape May County. The New Jersey State Police Uniform Criming Reporting Unit compared data from January to September 2009, versus the same time period the year before. The crime index decreased 7.2 percent, with violent crimes reduced 12.7 percent, and non-violent crime down 6.9 percent. The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office issued a press release on this information, saying they wanted to thank local and state police that help make these numbers possible. The full report from 2009 is online now at the Prosecutor’s website at www.cmcpros.net.
- 987 THE COAST ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
- SMOKING BAN ON PUBLIC BEACHES MAY BE COMING
- WILDWOOD CREST LOOKING TO HIRE ADMINISTRATOR
- MIDDLE TOWNSHIP COPS BUST TWO ON HEROIN CHARGES
- APPROVED! LEGISLATURE APPROVES AC RESCUE BILLS
- $1 MILLION VILLAS LOTTERY WINNERS CLAIM PRIZE
- SEN. BECK TO INTRODUCE LAW TO PUMP MONEY INTO ROAD PROJECTS
- GOVERNOR TO CONSIDER BAN ON DIAMONDBACK TERRAPIN HARVESTING
- MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE OPEN NEW SUBSTATION IN RIO GRANDE
- STATE UNVEILS ACCESS MAP FOR ALL NEW JERSEY BEACHES
- HOLIDAY WEATHER? AIR WILL BE DRY AND WARM, OCEAN…BRR!