Police Blotter for April 24, 2014
Several dresser drawers in a bedroom were open and a jewelry box was dumped out on a bed.
Three month old emaciated boxer puppy in North Brunswick dies after rescue
Rest in peace Caramel. The three-month-old boxer was found in a filthy garage huddled in a corner of trash trying to stay warm.
Puppy starved in North Brunswick garage dies after being rescued
A 3-month-old puppy rescued by animal control officers Thursday has died. The puppy, known as Caramel, was found shivering and hiding in a garage after officers Brandon Metz and Joseph Reid responded to a report of a puppy not being properly cared for at a North Brunswick home.
Walk honors Spotswood grad killed in crash
Helping her late friend leave a "permanent handprint," Kelly Parks, a sophomore at Monmouth University in Long Branch and 2012 graduate of Spotswood High School, is hosting a scholarship walk on Sunday at the university in memory of Nicole Surace.
The Jersey Journal
Helmetta has a new full-time police director
MIDDLESEX COUNTY - Helmetta has hired the former police director from Clinton Township to be the borough's new full-time police director.