Gun located during inmate litter duty
The New Jersey State Police are investigating a handgun that was found on the side of Interstate 195 on Tuesday afternoon. Sgt. Adam Grossman said an inmate bus was doing litter patrol in the area of mile marker 25 when the handgun was found. Grossman said when the gun was found State Troopers were notified and took the gun into custody. The investigation was continuing according to Grossman. In May troopers were conducting investigations in the same area in Jackson. Sgt. Grossman said he was unsure if the two incidents were related.
Driver apparently lost control traveling eastbound, ended up in westbound lanes, police said.
A 27-year-old Cranbury Township man died from injuries he suffered after being ejected from his motor vehicle in a 10:48 a.m. accident on I-195 at the Jackson/Howell Township border today. Carl Henninger was traveling eastbound in a Chevy Lumina when he apparently lost control, ran off the left side of the center median and struck another vehicle on the westbound side, State Police Spokesman Sgt. Adam Grossman said. Henninger was pronounced deceased at the scene, said Grossman. The driver of the vehicle struck by Henninger, Jennifer, Balka, 22, of Wall Township, was transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, with minor injuries, police said. No further information was available as to Balka's condition. Balka was …