Two Upper Township residents have been charged with distributing meth and heroin. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that 36 year old Jacob Obrikin and 30 year old Amy Genre were charged with various drug offenses. If guilty, both could face years in a State Prison.
A sure sign that summer has arrived in Wildwood Crest..the Saturday night Summer Concert Series kicks off this week. Crest officials announced that free concerts will be held Wednesday and Saturday evenings. The first Saturday concert is this weekend with music from the band “Soul’d Again”.
The pilot who landed a small aircraft Sunday night at the United States Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May took the plane from Paramount Air with no authorization. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the owner of the air service says one of the pilots took the planes for a flight without…
More details are expected today regarding a small plane that landed illegally on a beach at the Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May Sunday evening. WPVI-TV reports that the plane landed shortly before 8pm; the base is now in a heightened security until the incident is reviewed. Witnesses say the plane was flying erratically…
The Upper Township Committee meets Monday night with largely routine business on its agenda. The Committee will go into closed section to discuss a personnel issue, and to discuss a contract negotiation regarding a cellular tower lease. The Committee will also conduct an adoption of a new ordinance regarding property maintenance.
James Mulholland has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant in the Wildwood Crest Police Department. A ceremony was held on Friday for the promotion. Photo courtesy of Wildwood Crest Police Department social media page.
A small amount of oil was pumped into the ocean through an outfall pipe, coming from a leaking basement tank from a city inn. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the tank was in the basement of the Harrison Inn on Columbia Avenue. The NJDEP responded as well as a marine services organization.
Former Middle Township Public School Superintendent Theodore Johnson has passed away. Johnsnon served as the district’s superintendent for 12 years, ending in 1989. The announcement was made on social media.
A suspect in a hit and run stabbed an Atlantic City cop before he was shot and killed by the officer. Police in the city say 32 year old Timothy Deal approached the officer, stabbed him, and then was shot dead. The officer was treated and released for the stabbing.
It’s a huge week in Trenton as the state faces yet another shutdown due to budget concerns. State parks and beaches may close because lawmakers never passed a new bill that would keep them open during a shutdown. New Jersey’s current budget runs through Saturday.