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News Transcript News Briefs, Aug. 24

The Manalapan Police Department has reported the following incidents which recently occurred in the community:

On Aug. 3, a Manalapan resident reported that unknown individuals removed a package valued at approximately $28,000 from the porch of a West Parsonage Way residence on July 28. The package was left at the home by a delivery service. Patrolman Bart Mattaliano handled the report.

On Aug. 4 at 12:57 p.m., a Manalapan resident reported that sometime between July 11 and July 16, unknown individuals stole a catalytic converter valued at $2,700 from a vehicle that was parked at a Pension Road business. Patrolman Joseph DeFilippis handled the report.

On Aug. 6 at 12:52 p.m., a Millstone Township resident reported that unknown individuals stole a motorcycle valued at $8,000 from a Wilson Avenue business sometime between noon and 12:52 p.m. Patrolman Joseph DeFilippis took the report.

On Aug. 6 at 8:11 p.m., a Manalapan resident reported that a 2002 Toyota Tacoma, valued at approximately $10,000, was stolen from a Thomas Drive residence between noon and 8 p.m. Patrolman Jason Vigneault took the report.

On Aug. 6 at 10 p.m., a Manalapan resident reported that a mountain bicycle valued at $250 was stolen from a Hampton Court residence sometime during the past 10 days. Patrolman Christopher Schou took the report.

On Aug. 7 at 9:29 a.m., a Manalapan resident reported that unknown individuals defrauded the victim in the amount of $8,500. Patrolman Joseph DeFilippis handled the report.

On Aug. 9 at 9:30 p.m., an Englishtown resident reported that unknown individuals entered an unlocked vehicle that was parked at the Manalapan Recreation Center, Route 522, and removed items valued at $1,225. Patrolman Hunter Mauro took the report.

 

Freehold Township Police Department Detective Lt. Joseph Winowski has announced that law enforcement officials from Freehold Township will be cracking down on drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs as part of the annual end of summer “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” statewide campaign.

The campaign began on Aug. 19 and will continue through Sept. 5. During that time, local and state law enforcement officers will conduct saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints looking for motorists who may be driving while intoxicated, according to Winowski.

The national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” effort endeavors to raise awareness about the dangers of impaired driving through a combination of high visibility enforcement and public education.

Last year, 23% of all motor vehicle fatalities in New Jersey were alcohol-related. Nationally, 11,654 people died in 2020 in drunk driving crashes. The societal cost associated with these crashes is estimated to be $44 billion annually, according to information provided by Winowski.

 

A shared services agreement that involves police departments in Western Monmouth County and the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office has been amended to include an eighth police department.

On Aug. 17, members of the Township Committee in Freehold Township passed a resolution revising the renewal of the shared services agreement for the Western Monmouth Active Shooter Training Group. Freehold Township is the lead agency and provider in the agreement.

When the agreement was renewed in June, the Englishtown Police Department, which had previously been a participant, did not rejoin the agreement. According to the Aug. 17 resolution, Englishtown representatives subsequently decided to rejoin the group.

The Freehold Township Police Department is joined in the agreement by the police departments from Freehold Borough, Manalapan, Howell, Colts Neck, Allentown, Marlboro and Englishtown, and the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Department.

The agreement is effective from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023, after which it may be renewed by the participants.

The agreement allows for interagency standardization of active shooter response protocols and facilitating a rapid response and coordination in the event that officers from multiple agencies may be the first responders in neighboring communities for these types of incidents. This will be the fifth year the training group will be in effect.

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