A 52 year old man was arrested at a Bridgeton motel, charged with two recent bank robberies including one last week in Mays Landing. Police say Thomas Allen was arrested without incident from a Days Inn. Allen is the man police believe robbed a branch of Ocean First Bank in Mays Landing last week.
A father and son officiating crew walked off the field before the start of a high school football game Friday night because some players kneeled during the National Anthem. Ernie and Anthony Lunardelli told officials from both Colts Neck and Monroe high schools that they would leave if any players knelt before the game.
Wildwood Police recovered over 500 bags of heroin and a large amount of cash during a drug investigation at an apartment located in the 4400 block of Pacific Avenue. Police say 25 year old Luis Ramirez was charged with various drug possession and distribution offenses; police also charged 29 year old Virginia Long and 22…
Some local communities held Trunk or Treat events on Saturday in advance of Halloween, which occurs Tuesday. In North Wildwood, city police attended the city’s event on Olde New Jersey Avenues and participated in the outreach to children. Photo courtesy of North Wildwood Police social media page.
New Jersey republican gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno is expected in Cape May County just three days before the election. Republicans say Guadagno will appear at a cocktail event at the Bellevue Tavern in Cape May Court House Saturday evening; they are calling it a victory rally for Guadagno, who trails in all pre-election polls to…
Cape May City Police are seeking the subject responsible for stealing a John Deere skid steer from the city last Monday. Police say the equipment was stolen during the late afternoon or evening hours. Police ask the public to call if they have any additional information.
Cape May County Acting Prosecutor Robert Johnson is warning residents to be aware of Halloween candy that could include marijuana or other drugs. Johnson says these products are illegal but are being transported into the State. Many towns hold trick or treating on Tuesday.
Lower Cape May Regional High School dedicated its new field house on Saturday. The practice facility cost nearly $3 million and and was built on the site of former tennis courts. The project was part of a larger bond project that includes new roofs for some school buildings, and other amenities.