MCPFE is reporting that the NJ Jersey State Police Bomb Unit is assisting the Marlboro PD with a suspicious device left on a bus.
Marlboro Mayor Jon Hornik confirmed that there is police activity involving a NJ Transit Bus on Route 9
Capt. Stephen Jones of the NJSP Public Affairs Unit told MMM that the Arson and Bomb Unit was wrapping up and preparing to leave the scene as of 10:05 a.m. Jones said that the Marlboro PD is leading the investigation.Posted: December 10th, 2015 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Marlboro, Monmouth County News, NJ State Police | Tags: Jon Hor, Marlboro, Marlboro Police, Monmouth County News, NJ State Police | Comments Off on NJ State Police Bomb Unit Assisting Marlboro Police with Route 9 Bus
In the wake of Friday’s night’s massacre in Paris — a series of coordinated attacks that reverberated across the globe — the New Jersey State Police say they are carefully monitoring the situation and have reminded troopers to be on alert. Sgt. Jeff Flynn, a spokesman for the agency, said Saturday that troopers are following events… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: November 14th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: New Jersey, NJ State Police, War on terror | Tags: Monmouth County News, New Jersey, NJ State Police, Paris, Paris terror, War on terror | Comments Off on ‘No credible threat’ against N.J., State Police say in wake of Paris attacks
The white male was 45-50 years old, 5’5″, 151 lbs with blue/green eyes. His salt and pepper hair was shaved from his head and he had a scruffy beard. His upper teeth were missing and he had no scars or tattoos. He was wearing black Speedo swim shorts, a blue t-shirt and black Nike sneakers when the body was recovered. A forensic artists rendering is posted to the left.
Anyone with information that can assist in helping to identify this deceased male, please call the New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit at 609-882-2000 ext. 2857 or Port Authority N.Y. & N.J. Police Department at 212-502-2514.
Posted: September 23rd, 2015 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: News, NJ State Police, Port Authority | Tags: NJ State Police, Port Authority of NY/NJ, Port Authority Police, Unidentified deceased male | Comments Off on Police seek public’s assistance in identifying deceased man found in Hudson River
TRENTON — Three citizens groups on Friday sued Gov. Chris Christie and his presidential campaign in an attempt to spare New Jersey taxpayers from picking up the the tab for the governor’s security expenses while he is on the 2016 campaign trail. The lawsuit, filed in state Superior Court in Mercer County, alleges that the Christie… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: August 21st, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, NJ State Police | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Chris Christie, Governor's Security Protection Detail, NJ State Police | Comments Off on Groups sue Christie, say N.J. taxpayers shouldn’t pay for 2016 security costs
SEA GIRT-On Monday, in the blistering heat, the 156th New Jersey State Police Recruit Class began the six-month journey to becoming a New Jersey State Trooper. “The road to becoming a Jersey Trooper will not be an easy one, but those who remain will form bonds and relationships with classmates that will last a lifetime,” The… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: August 18th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News, NJ State Police | Tags: 156th New Jersey State Police Recruit Class, Monmouth County News, New Jersey State Police, New Jersey State Police Academy, Sea Girt | Comments Off on 156th New Jersey State Trooper Recruit Class Begins Training in Sea Girt
Both victims transported via Medvac helicopter to Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune where they are in critical but stable condition. Reports that one of the victims had died last night are inaccurate.
The search for the shooter who fled into a wooded area is continuing . The State Police are asking that anyone who witnessed the incident or who has any information to contact NJSP Detectives at 732-441-4550.Posted: August 4th, 2015 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Holmdel, Monmouth County News, NJ State Police | Tags: Holmdel, Monmouth County News, New Jersey State Police, PNC Arts Center Shooting | 3 Comments »
All of New Jersey State Police officers will be equipped with body cameras by early next year, recording their interactions with the public. UPDATE: Body cams coming to a cop near you as N.J. pledges millions to equip officers Gov. Christie’s administration plans to allocate $1.5 million of the State Police’s existing budget to outfit the… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: July 29th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: New Jersey, News, NJ State Police | Tags: Body Cameras, NJ State Police, Police body cameras | Comments Off on Body cameras will soon be worn by 1,000 N.J. state troopers
Assemblyman Dave Rible, R-Monmouth and Ocean, stood up for the New Jersey State Police’s response to rioting gate crashers at Sunday night’s Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium.
Responding to ACLU of NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer’s call for the Attorney General to investigate the appropriate use of force at the event, Rible issued the following statement:
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“It is irresponsible to call for an investigation into law enforcement officers who were simply doing the job they were asked to do, which was to break up an already ongoing riot and protect innocent bystanders,” Assemblyman Rible said. “We need to stop continuously placing the blame on our law enforcement and instead come together to show our support for those who were sworn in to protect and serve the public.”
Assemblyman Rible continued, “While there are certainly bad characters in every profession, we must not denigrate all of our law enforcement officers. In our increasingly dangerous world, we should not be undermining our officers’ ability to properly protect us and themselves. Instead, we need to target the bad actors who created this dangerous situation in the first place.”