The theft happened on March 1st at the Verizon located at 481 Route 70 in Brick Township.
Over the last week, Brick Township police officers have responded to several locations, where people have been the victim of telephone financial scams.
Sandy survivors and supporters at the Visitation Relief Center joined thousands of volunteers throughout New Jersey in a day of service to mark the one year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy.
A man whose apartment apparently reeked of urine and feces was arrested after he threatened a complaining neighbor with a samurai sword.
Authorities say a southern New Jersey police officer is recovering from injuries suffered when he was dragged about 250 feet by a pickup truck driven by a man who later led officers on a high-speed chase through several towns.
Police arrested two suspects they say stole three air conditioning units worth $12,000 from a home that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
A New Jersey town hit hard by Superstorm Sandy is worried what the winter storm might do to its barrier island community.
Paul Appio and his family are celebrating a permanent return to their home in the Brick Township section of the barrier island over the Mantoloking Bridge.
Devastation doesn’t begin to cover the scene in the Brick Township section of the barrier island over the Mantoloking Bridge. It looks like a war zone; homes here lost the battle with Sandy.
Brick Township’s mandatory evacuation order for the mainland section will be lifted at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
Authorities in Brick Township, New Jersey have issued a mandatory evacuation for all residents who live in the low-lying, waterfront areas of the town due to a Nor’easter expected to hit the area this week.
Catholic Priest Arrested In New Jersey For Allegedly Having Inappropriate Sexual Contact With A Minor
Marukudiyil C. Velan, who goes by “Father Chris,” was arrested on allegations of inappropriate sexual contact with a Brick Township woman and her child.
Deep budget cuts are partly to blame for the slow cleanup following the blizzard that blanketed the Garden State this week, some municipal leaders said Thursday.