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Long Branch Man Convicted in 2013 Double Murders
FREEHOLD, NJ - A Monmouth County grand jury has found Carlos I. Menjivar, of Long Branch, GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS, for the 2013 double murder of a couple found dead in a Sairs Avenue apartment. The case was prosecuted by AP's Paul Alexander and Ian Brater.
Motive Still a Mystery Nearly a Year After Family Killed in Jersey Shore
Nearly a year after a teenager allegedly shot and killed his parents, sister and a family friend in New Jersey, few details have emerged to shed light on the crime. The four were slain on New Year's Eve in Long Branch. According to prosecutors, 16-year-old defendant Scott Kologi shot the victims mul
SHREWSBURY: CRIMES AND ARRESTS
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Shrewsbury Police Department for the period of December 1 to December 14, 2018. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
All The January 2019 Activities In Monmouth County Parks
RUMSON, NJ – Don't hibernate this January; head out to your county parks! It's never been easier thanks to all the great family-friendly activities the Monmouth County Park System has planned for January 2019. Here's the schedule:
Prior Convictions Net Extended Prison Term For Robbery
FREEHOLD – A Monmouth County jury convicted a Long Branch man of a 2017 liquor store robbery and he now faces an extended prison term due to his prior convictions, announced Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
Long Branch Police Probe Of Stabbing: Report
A woman checked herself into Monmouth Medical Center Sunday morning with a stab wound to the chest, Long Branch police told The Asbury Park Press. Police Chief Jason Roebuck told The Press that the stabbing is under investigation, and that the victim lost a decent amount of blood.
Long Branch-Eatontown: See 5 Local Homes For Sale
LONG BRANCH-EATONTOWN, NJ — On the hunt for a new house, and want to get a better feel for what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some assistance in your search? Never fear! To keep you in the game, we've got the latest batch of new listings nearby.
Deadline Given for Brickwall Tavern Hearing
LITTLE SILVER – The Planning Board has issued a February deadline to the developer of the proposed Brickwall Tavern, owner of the borough’s first and only liquor license. Progress has been stalled since July, when the project developers, Kelly 29, LLC, began pursuing an easement agreement with NJ Tr
Four $10K Mega Millions Tickets Sold in Essex, Hudson, Bergen and Monmouth Counties
James Carey, New Jersey Lottery acting executive director, announced that there were four third-tier prizewinning tickets sold for the Friday, Dec. 14th drawing that matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball drawn winning the $10,000 prize.
Ex-Middletown Fire Chief Vincent Falci Convicted For Ponzi Scheme
MIDDLETOWN, NJ — The former Middletown fire chief turned investment banker — who relied on his many contacts in the community to drum up business — was convicted Thursday, Dec. 13 of running a Ponzi scheme, and stealing more than $10 million in investor money.
The Top 10 Jersey Shore Schools with Drugs and Alcohol [LIST]
"The state Department of Education has cautioned that these numbers are reported by each district, so each jurisdiction is responsible for reporting its results fairly and accurately. But they are required by law to report them."
Long Branch Kologi family murders still shrouded in secrets a year later
LONG BRANCH - On New Year's Day nearly a year ago, a shocked Jersey Shore woke to news of a gruesome mass murder inside a home at 635 Wall St. In the intervening months, little has been added to the publicly known outline of what happened: three members of the Kologi family and a family friend were
Long Branch investigating Garrett Drive stabbing
LONG BRANCH – Police are trying to figure out what happened to an adult female who checked herself into Monmouth Medical Center early Sunday morning with a stab wound to the chest.
8-year-old 'Law & Order' actor from Matawan donates hundreds of toys
Ryan Buggle, who plays Noah Benson on 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,' made the donation to Hazlet's Toys For Tots outlet. Like a lot of kids his age, 8-year-old Ryan Buggle asked for toys this holiday season.
Nearly a year after 4 were slain at shore, motive a mystery
LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) - Nearly a year after a teenager allegedly shot and killed his parents, sister and a family friend, few details have emerged to shed light on the crime. The four were slain on New Year’s Eve in Long Branch. The teen’s brother and grandfather and another friend were in the hous
New Year’s Eve 2018 Guide: Exciting events in Red Bank, Monmouth County, the Jersey Shore, & beyond
Can you believe how quickly 2018 came and went? It’s unbelievable how time passes by, but we’re once again about to celebrate the onset of a new year – 2019! We’ve been quite busy of late scouring for some of the best and most exciting events that are happening not only in Red Bank, but Monmouth Cou
Neptune officials: No one hurt in Shark River Hills house fire
NEPTUNE – No one was injured in a fire that broke out in a secluded home yesterday in the Shark River Hills section, according to the Office of Emergency Management, or OEM. Neptune police officials said the fire was still under investigation as of 9 a.m. Sunday at when the Press called. Police did
Starbucks And A Sports Complex Approved: Brick Week In Review
BRICK, NJ — A sports complex and a Starbucks received approvals. The case against former superintendent Walter Uszenski approval to move forward, and a social media challenge and a national spate of bomb threats got people's attention locally.
2 injured, pet killed in Middletown house fire
Two people were injured and a pet has died after a fire tore through a residential building in Middletown on Saturday night, authorities said. The blaze erupted at 54 Friendship Court in the River Plaza section of town shortly after 7 p.m., according to the Middletown Township Fire Department.
Update On Members-Only Beach Club Coming To Asbury Park
The people behind a new development in Asbury Park that will include a members-only beach club have responded to criticism for possibly restricting access to the beach. Brian Cheripka, senior vice president of land development for iStar, issued the following statement regarding the company's present