Red Bank police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the assailant in an attack that occurred shortly after midnight Sunday morning on Boat Club Court, between 10th Avenue Burrito and a mixed-used building on West Front Street.
Police Chief Darren tells redbankgreen that the victim, a 23-year-old Middletown man, suffered “significant” injuries in the assault, but police were not notified until long after it happened, and the victim went to a hospital with family members from home. Read More
By WIL FULTON
Hurricane-ravaged Sea Bright got a breath of life Saturday morning, when the scarcely occupied downtown area played host to hundreds of runners and onlookers taking part in the Keith D. Mcheffey Memorial Fun Run.
Ocean Avenue served as the track, while Woodys Ocean Grille sponsored an expansive food and beer tent to keep the celebration going long after even the slowest runner crossed the finish line.
It was all in an effort to pick up the pieces in the rebuilding town and to celebrate one mans cherished but tragically short life.
After five days of veterinary care for what was believed to be food poisoning, a mute swan was released back into the Navesink River at Maple Cove in Red Bank Sunday by site activist Cindy Burnham, who found the ailing animal there last week.
The homecoming was not without drama. After swimming around a bit, the swan headed toward two others, one of which proceeded to attack it. Several squawks and hisses later, Burnham was able to shoo the offending swan back into the water. (Photos by Stacie Fanelli. Click to enlarge)
A recent Red Bank Regional graduate who was accepted to Julliard‘s prestigious dance program was badly injured in an assault Sunday night, Red Bank police said.
Police are still pursuing the assailants who beat up Anthony Tiedeman, right, and sent him to the hospital with a broken jaw and eye, mouth and nose injuries, said Captain Darren McConnell.
The assault occurred after a party on Spring Street Sunday. RBR students graduated Friday, and McConnell said the party had “something to do with kids,” but wasn’t sure if it was a graduation party.
“I don’t know if it was all RBR kids, but primarily RBR kids,” involved in the beating, he said.
The incident occurred Monday morning in a parking lot at the Montgomery Terrace apartments on the West Side, according to a statement issued by department spokesman Captain Darren McConnell.
A second alleged assailant in an a vicious attack on a pedestrian in the early morning hours of May 2 has been arrested, Red Bank police say.
The arrest of a 15-year-old male, who was not identified because of his age, follows charges late last week against 19-year-old Jamiel Rock, who was busted with his mother, 52-year-old Loray Rock, on drug charges after a predawn raid on their Leighton Avenue residence last Friday.
In the raid, police found evidence linking him to the May 2 assault, they said.