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
Marlboro Police are searching for an autistic man who has been missing since late Tuesday night. Michael Karwan, described as a high-functioning autistic 19-year-old, left has house after an argument with his parents, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans…
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Marlboro Township Council President Frank LaRocca issued the following statement on facebook regard his township’s decision to assign armed police officers at the community’s schools on Januaray 3:
“If you saw an armed man walking towards a school would you call 911? Of course you would, and maybe you would do even more. We have had police in our schools since 1999. This move is simply to put full time police in each school until the assessment is complete on revamping our school security. This is not armed teachers or lunch ladies. These are trained police officers. There is a need for gun control. The assulat weapons have no place in our society at all. But until the school security is brought forward, the police will be in the schools.”
Marlboro High School, part of the Freehold Regional High School District, has had a School Resource Officer assigned to it since 1999, according to Mayor Jon Hornick.Posted: December 24th, 2012 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Connecticut Murders, Marlboro, Sandy Hook Elementary School | Tags: Frank LaRocca, Freehold Regional School District, Jon Hornick, Marlboro Police, Marlboro Schools | 3 Comments »