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***Missing female has been located***
The East Brunswick Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing female. Stephanie Harkavy was last seen by her family Tuesday, April 16, 2019 just after midnight. When her family awoke on the morning of the 16th, Ms. Harkavy was gone but her vehicle, purse and cellphone were still at her house. Ms. Harkavy frequents Great Oak Park and the East Brunswick Library.
Ms. Harkavy is a 23 year old white female, 5-03, 130 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing black leggings and possibly black shoes.
Anyone with information is asked to please contact the East Brunswick Police Department at 732-390-6900. Anonymous confidential tips are accepted by dialing 732-4EBTIPS (328477) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Please support the Woodbridge Township Professional Firefighters Association in raising funds for Ryan through the purchase of a RYANSTRONG wristband for $2.
Ryan Terebetsky is a 7-year-old, 2nd grade student at Pennsylvania Avenue School #27 in Colonia. At the age of 18 months, Ryan was diagnosed with Autism. Ryan loves school and made the Honor Roll for the 2nd marking period.
Recently, Ryan's health took a turn as he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He is currently undergoing treatment to fight this cancer.
To show you're #RyanStrong and purchase your wristband, please contact any of the following:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!
#RyanStrong #OneToughKid #NobodyFightsAlone ... See MoreSee Less
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Today we remember Foreman Kevin Apuzzio of the East Franklin Fire Department who gave his life at the young age of 21 in the Line of Duty while attempting to rescue a trapped civilian at a structure fire. We will never forget his ultimate sacrifice. You can read more about his sacrifice here: www.firefighterclosecalls.com/go-in-get-her-remembering-firefighter-kevin-apuzzio-rip/ ... See MoreSee Less
Help find this pups owners! Like & share!***OWNER FOUND***
Lost dog found at approximately 1:50 pm on April 4, 2019 in the area of Old Bridge Turnpike and Arthur Street in East Brunswick. The dog will be transported to the Woodbridge Animal Shelter. Owner(s) may call 732-390-6901 for recovery information. ... See MoreSee Less
owner has been found
Congratulations to Sergeant Hoover on your retirement!
Press Release from East Brunswick Police Department
"Sergeant Craig Hoover is a 19 year member of the East Brunswick Police Department assigned to the Patrol Division as a Patrol Supervisor. During his service with East Brunswick, Sergeant Hoover has served in both the Patrol and Administrative Divisions, serving as Lead Firearms Instructor and Community Policing/Crime Prevention Officer. Sergeant Hoover initially completed his law enforcement training at Ocean County Police Academy and began serving as a Special Police Officer– Class II until in May of 2001, when he was sworn in as a full-time Patrolman assigned to the Patrol Division. In November of 2005, Sergeant Hoover was transferred to the Police Training Facility as Lead Instructor tasked with departmental training and qualifications. As a result, he was received training as a Firearms Instructor and holds a variety of other training related certifications. Sergeant Hoover has been a member of the East Brunswick SWAT Team, Middlesex County Special Operations Response Team and the East Brunswick Water Recovery/Rescue Team.
In 2012, Sergeant Hoover was transferred to the Community Policing Unit where he was responsible for overseeing numerous community programs, internships, assisting with recruitment and background investigations, as well as special projects for the department. Sergeant Hoover has served as the liaison officer for numerous department programs to include: Internship Coordinator, Chaplain Liaison, Human Relations Council, Municipal Alliance and Neighborhood Watch Programs. Sergeant Hoover is the recipient of the Life Saving Award, a Unit Citation for responding to the 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks, and several Letters of Commendation. He also is a recent recipient of the New Jersey Attorney Generals Award for Outstanding Community Policing, Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – Middlesex County Volunteer of the Year, and has been recognized by the East Brunswick Elks and Knights of Columbus for his commitment to the community. Sergeant Hoover is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps and Army National Guard and is a graduate of American Public University where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Administration of Justice graduating with high honors.
The East Brunswick Police Department would like to thank Sergeant Hoover for his years dedicated service and wish him good luck as he starts his retirement." ... See MoreSee Less
Today is autism awareness day. For other firefighters, Autism Speaks has a great resource for all first responders. Please share & become aware. www.autismspeaks.org/information-fire-fighters ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company updated their profile picture.
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Illinois State Police Trooper Gerald Ellis died in the line of duty after being struck by a wrong way driver. His actions saved the lives of others behind him. He served in the military and is survived by a wife and two children. This is the third ISP trooper killed in a crash since the start of the year, including one who was killed on Thursday. Our thoughts and prayers are with the ISP. #thinblueline #thinredline #firstresponders ... See MoreSee Less
Rest In Peace
God bless his brave soul...🌷🌷🌷🌷 Prayers for family & friends🙏🙏🙏🙏
So very sorry my prayers are with y’all