Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Cops: public should not approach suspect in stabbing, robbery case
Brick police released a sketch of a man who is suspected of pulling a woman out of her car, then stabbing and robbing her Monday night. Police were called to 150 Brick Boulevard around 10 p.m. Monday, where they found a woman in her car who told them a man who appeared intoxicated had pulled her out of her vehicle, held a knife to her throat and eventually stabbed her in her side. The man robbed her of the contents of her pocketbook during the incident, she told police. Brick and other local police departments, including K-9 units and a State Police helicopter, searched for hours but could not find the man, who the victim said fled toward the area of Lions Head Office Park on foot. Sgt. Henry Drew said Wednesday that the suspect should be …
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Male suffered puncture wounds to abdomen.
A person was treated and released from Ocean Medical Center early this morning following an alleged stabbing at the Mansion Nightclub, Brick police said. The alleged attacker, who escaped, is described as a heavy set, Hispanic male with long hair, according to Brick Police Sergeant Ed Waldhelm. The incident occurred inside the nightclub, which is located in the Brick Plaza shopping center, at approximately 2 a.m., police said. The victim suffered non-life threatening puncture wounds to the abdomen, said Waldhelm. Brick Police Detective Thomas Cooney is the investigating officer.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The section will stretch from the Mantoloking Bridge to the Toms River border
A portion of the barrier island from Mantoloking Bridge south to the Toms River border will re-open beginning Thursday at 7 a.m., according to the Brick Township Office of Emergency Management. The area was especially hit hard by Hurricane Sandy in late October, destroying homes, eroding beaches and leaving piles of sand in the streets. The department, which made the announcement late Wednesday, has asked that contractors and homeowners be aware of the parking and driving conditions in the area. Residents and contractors will be required to leave at 4 p.m., police said. The department warned people not to not park in front of any debris piles and make every effort to park vehicles in driveways and/or off the streets. Lanes of travel on …