By JOHN T. WARD
Addressing a clutch of supporters and at least two local GOP officials in Riverside Gardens Park, Murphy pledged to reject an “us versus them” approach to dealing with gun-rights advocates while pressing for ways to reduce firearms violence in New Jersey.
Theft occurring on 710-15 at North Bridge Ave. parking lot. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole her purse from parked car. Purse contained paperwork, sunglasses, charger, etc. Ptl. Kristin Altimari
Criminal Mischief occurring on 7-10-15 at Mechanic Street parking lot. Report of unknown juvenile subjects lighting a fire cracker on trunk of parked vehicle, thus causing damage to the vehicle. Ptl. David Smith.
Burglary, Theft occurring at E. Westside Ave. on 7-4-15. Victim reported that unknown person(s) gained entry into residence by removing a window air-conditioning unit. Stolen was the following: Jewelry, $100.00 worth of beef from freezer and prescription drugs. Inv. Paul Perez
Theft occurring at Chapin Ave.—nursing home on 7-4-15. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole cash from her room. Ptl. Sean Haushchildt
Theft reported on 6-25-15 at Broad Street—business. Reports of unknown person(s) shoplifting expensive cosmetics, that being body and face creams over the past 10 months. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.
Theft occurring between 6-25-15 and 6-26-15 at Hudson Avenue. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole a necklace from parked car. Ptl. Kristin Altimari.
Theft reported on 6-27-15 but occurring between 5-14-15 and 5-21-15. Victim’s husband reported that while his wife was hospitalized at Riverview Medical Center, unknown person(s) stole credit cards and driver’s license from wallet. Ptl. John Camarca. Read More
Criminal Mischief occurring between 6-18-15 and 6-19-15 at West Bergen Place residence. Victim reported that unknown person(s) threw rocks at parked vehicle and cracked windshield and broke rear driver’s side window. Ptl. Shane Dengel.
Theft occurring between 6-19-15 and 6-20-15 at 50 Locust Ave.—apartment. Victim reported that unknown subject stole his I Phone and cash from apartment. Ptl. Benjamin Springer
The snow should end by 5 p.m. with an accummulation of less than two inches, the National Weather Service says. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
Sunrise on our beautiful Navesink River Wednesday, as seen from the foot of Maple Avenue in Red Bank. A pleasant day weatherwise is in store, with partial sunshine and temperatures peaking in the mid-70s, according to the Weather Channel. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
redbankgreen‘s Accidental Photographer came upon Dan Campbell (in black suit) and the men of his wedding party beaming in the sunshine on Madison Avenue in Red Bank Saturday. (Click to enlarge)
The weather outlook for the next few days, with the frequent use of the phrases “mostly cloudy” and “chance of showers,” is less sunny.
By JOHN T. WARD
Volunteer firefighters, responding to an alarm at Red Bank Nissan, on East Newman Springs Road, arrived shortly after 10 a.m. to find a portion of the western wall ablaze beneath metal siding panels, they said.
Not that we condone defacing of other people’s property, of course… but this guy looking down on Broad Street in downtown Red Bank gives us a chuckle.
Is he looking for criminals in Gotham? Checking to see if his parking meter is still in the green? Or is just keeping a jealous eye on the cable-TV reality show being shot across the street? (Click to enlarge)
Fire alarm, 50 Locust Avenue, Building 3, Red Bank, 7:32 a.m. Smoke reported…
First aid call to Salvation Army building, Red Bank, for 79-year-old male fall victim. That’s where the residents of the Chapin Hill at Red Bank nursing home were relocated late Saturday…