The vehicle struck the same spot hit in a 2017 crash, which neighbors cited in raising safety concerns about a massive development plan for the location.
The accident occurred on Route 35 near the Avenue at the Common, the prosecutor’s office said. (Google Maps. Click to enlarge.)
By JOHN T. WARD
A Shrewsbury resident died following an accident on Route 35 in the borough Monday night, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Officer reported Wednesday.
The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for August, 2020. This information is unedited; see below for additional information.
Theft: On 08/07/2020 in the area of West St it was reported a gray BMX bicycle was stolen from the front yard of a residence. Ptl. Froilan Hernandez.
Separately, a police pursuit of a vehicle believed stolen in Rumson was terminated early Monday morning, according to Chief Darren McConnell.
The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for July, 2020. This information is unedited; see below for additional information.
Theft: On 07/06/2020 two unknown males were seen entering a garage in the area of W. Westside Ave. The males proceeded to take a bicycle described as a “Specialized” woman’s bike with teal writing valued at approximately $600.00 and were last seen going towards Leighton Ave. Ptl. Tanner Shea.
The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for June, 2020. This information is unedited; see below for additional information.
Theft: Two Bicycles were reported stolen from the rear of a yard in the area of Peter’s Pl on 06/01/2020. The bikes are described as 1 black and 1 pink beach cruiser, valued at $200.00 each. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.
Criminal Mischief: On 06/02/2020 it was reported graffiti was spray painted on the rear of a building in the area of Monmouth St. Ptl. Taylor Doremus.
[CORRECTION: The original version of this article mistakenly reported that pedestrian-activated flashing signals would be installed at two locations in Red Bank. Only the crosswalk at West Front Street and English Plaza will get that type of signal; the intersection of Broad Street and Pinckney Road will get “in-street pedestrian crossing signs,” according to the resolution.]
By JOHN T. WARD
Pedestrian-safety improvements would be installed at two Red Bank crosswalks, including one where a pedestrian suffered fatal injuries when struck by a truck four years ago, if approved by the borough council Wednesday night.
A report that a tour bus, attempting to turn around on Shrewsbury Avenue, backed into a utility pole could not be immediately confirmed. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
By JOHN T. WARD
A pickup truck wound up on its side and missing a wheel, but no serious injuries occurred in a two-vehicle accident on Maple Avenue at Irving Place at about 2:45 p.m. Friday, said Red Bank police Chief Darren McConnell. Details were not immediately available. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Pfc. Jamie R. Riley, 21, of Fair Haven, right, was one of two Army soldiers soldiers who died in a crash involving two military vehicles during a training exercise in New Mexico January 22.
Fair Haven residents also paid tribute, gathering on Harding Road as the cortege headed to Tower Hill Presbyterian Church, where services were held. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery was to follow.
Last week, Governor Phil Murphy ordered flags be lowered to half-staff in honor of Riley, who joined the Army a year ago and served as a cavalry scout. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Volunteer firefighters from Little Silver and Red Bank were on the scene, working to separate the vehicles, which had a light pole pinned between them. Police were investigating the cause of the accident. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)