Two Atlantic County residents have been charged with human trafficking for offering up a 14 year old girl for sex at an Atlantic City casino. Authorities announced today that 27 year old Derrick Ross of Atlantic City and 39 year old Tiffany Davis of Egg Harbor Township were charged after a man paid to have…
Middle Township will be holding its Halloween parade Wednesday evening, October 28th. Officials say the parade will step off at 7pm at Memorial Field and will continue north on Route 9 to Ocean First Bank.
New Jersey State Police have arrested a Bridgeton man on drug charges following a motor vehicle stop. Police say 26 year old Jimmie McNair was charged after police found drugs, and drug scales, inside his vehicle. Marijuana and cocaine were found inside his car.
The Motor Vehicle Commission office in Cardiff is closed this week due to a positive coronavirus test from an employee. Five locations throughout the State are now closed due to the pandemic. The Cardiff location will be closed through next Tuesday.
Wildwood Police have announced the arrest of a man from the Villas after he was in a verbal dispute with another man early Monday morning on New Jersey Avenue. Police say 33 year old Kevin Finnegan had knives in his possession, along with meth, heroin, and prescription pills. A second suspect from Middlesex was also…
Cape May County is reporting six new resident cases of coronavirus. There is also one new non resident case to report, in Avalon. There are only 75 resident cases of the virus in Cape May County.
Cape May County has received a state grant totaling over a half million dollars for coronavirus testing. County officials say the funding comes from the New Jersey Department of Health. Testing will be improved for at risk priority individuals.
Oil patties are starting to wash ashore on a Delaware beach. The United States Coast Guard reports that the patties began washing ashore on Broadkill Beach in Delaware. So far none are reported in New Jersey. Some of the patties are as large as manhole covers.
New Jersey added 13 deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. State health officials also confirmed over 1,000 new cases of the virus on the same day. The rate of transmission continues to decrease slightly.
New Jersey will release at least 2,000 inmates from prison starting the day after election day. Governor Murphy signed bills that would allow the inmates to be released, alleging fears about coronavirus in prisons. Murphy says reducing the population in prisons is essential to reducing the number of cases of the virus.