Friday, May 3, 2013
Those accused are innocent until proven guilty.
Information for the Galloway Township Police Blotter for the dates April 14-20, 2013 has been supplied by local law enforcement agencies. All persons named are presumed innocent unless proven guilty. The Galloway Township Police Department responded to 823 calls for service. Of these, 99 were emergency medical calls, 11 were fire calls, 10 were domestic violence calls and 16 were motor vehicle accidents. Officers made 30 arrests and issued 89 tickets, including three DWI. * David J. Angier, 21, of Galloway, was arrested on April 14 by Ofc. Glick for aggravated assault, obstruction, threats to a Law Enforcement Officer, and simple assault. * John D. Harvey Jr., 20, of Galloway, was arrested on April 14 by Ofc. Gary Brenner for hindering …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The captain of the Cape Hatteras went missing last Tuesday.
State Police have confirmed that a dead body that was found in Ocean City on Wednesday morning (May 1) was that of missing Sea Tow boat operator David McAuliffe. McAuliffe's body was found at the tide line of the beach at 25th Street in Ocean City by employees who were cleaning the beach Wednesday morning, at 6:07 a.m. McAuliffe, 34, of Egg Harbor Township, and his boat, the Cape Hatteras, went missing last Tuesday, April 23. The boat was recovered on Sunday and inspected on Monday, at which time it was discovered McAuliffe was no longer on board. The cause of McAuliffe's death is believed to be an accidental drowning, according to a preliminary autopsy, state police said. McAuliffe's body is currently at the Cape May County Medical …
Monday, April 29, 2013
David McAuliffe remains missing despite his boat, Cape Hatteras, being discovered.
A tow boat operator remains missing following the recovery and search of the Sea Tow boat that sank near Great Egg Harbor Inlet on April 23, Sea Tow Services International announced late Monday afternoon, April 29. David McAuliffe, 34, of Egg Harbor Township, remains missing after the Sea Tow boat Cape Hatteras was searched on Monday, according to Sea Tow Chief Administrative Officer Kristen Frohnhoefer. "This afternoon, Monday, April 29, the vessel has been recovered and searched. The location of Capt. Dave McAuliffe is still unknown," Frohnhoefer said in a statement. "We are saddened by this news and are asking for continued prayers for his family and friends, as well his Sea Tow family." The vessel was lifted on Sunday, and moved to …
Friday, April 26, 2013
David McAuliffe remains missing.
The missing Sea Tow boat belonging to David McAuliffe has been found, but McAuliffe remains missing, Sea Tow announced Friday morning, April 26. "At this time the vessel Cape Hatteras has been located. Recovery efforts are underway," Sea Tow Chief Administrative Officer Kristen Frohnhoefer announced Friday morning. "Tide, weather and underwater visibility are all factors in determining the length of the recovery process. We have no other details or information to share at this time. We ask that everyone please respect the privacy of the Capt. Dave’s family during this difficult time." The family reported to NBC 10 that the boat was found submerged in the Great Egg Harbor Inlet. On Thursday, Sea Tow CAO Kristen Froenhoefer reported the …
A portion of the roof was damaged in the overnight blaze.
A portion of the roof at the Mt. Fuji Japanese restaurant on Route 30 was damaged during an overnight fire, the Absecon Police Department said on Friday morning, April 26. Absecon Police and Fire departments reported to the scene at 1:26 a.m. to find a small portion of the roof along with the neon sign near the entrance engulfed in flames, police said. The fire was quickly extinguished, and no additional damage was done to the restaurant, police said. Mt. Fuji was closed, and no injuries were reported, police said. One lane of Route 30 was shut down for an hour. The cause of the fire is unknown and remains under investigation. Anyone with additional information is asked to call the Absecon Police Department at 609-641-0667.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Those accused are innocent until proven guilty.
Information for the Galloway Township Police Blotter for the dates April 7-13, 2013 has been supplied by local law enforcement agencies. All persons named are presumed innocent unless proven guilty. The Galloway Township Police Department responded to 1,005 calls for service. Of these, 88 were emergency medical calls, 13 were fire calls, 10 were domestic violence calls and 16 were motor vehicle accidents. Officers made 42 arrests and issued 90 tickets, including three DWI. * Karla M, Morris, 37, of Galloway, was arrested by Ofc. William Kline on April 7 for DWI, following a single vehicle accident. * Xzavier Lanten, 20, of Egg Harbor, was arrested by Ofc. Scott Winneberger on April 8 for hindering arrest. * Michael Dambra, 25, of Egg …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
David McAuliffe has been missing since Tuesday morning.
The Coast Guard has suspended its search for an Egg Harbor Township boater who went missing on Tuesday. The search was suspended just before 8:30 Wednesday night, April 24. David McAuliffe, 34, was reported missing around 10:45 Tuesday morning. He departed the Absecon Inlet aboard the 45-foot Sea Tow boat Cape Hatteras around 7:45 Tuesday morning by an emergency position indicating radio beacon near Great Egg Harbor. He didn't respond to phone or radio calls. The Coast Guard had been searching for both McAuliffe and his boat. The Coast Guard searched through the night on Tuesday for the Lacey High School graduate, and continued the search all day Wednesday. It covered 400 square miles and 65 combined asset hours, the Coast Guard officials …
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
David McAuliffe, 32, is identified as the missing tow boat operator.
The search continues for a a 32-year-old tow boat operator off the coast of Ocean City, the Coast Guard confirmed Wednesday afternoon, April 24. David McAuliffe, of Egg Harbor Township, went missing Tuesday morning, April 23, and the Coast Guard received a distress alert from an emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) near Great Egg Harbor. The search continued through the night on Tuesday. The search continued on Wednesday afternoon, but a decision on whether the search should continue will be made around sunset Wednesday evening, Coast Guard officials said. The 45-foot Sea Tow boat Cape Hatteras departed Absecon Inlet at approximately 7:45 a.m. with one person aboard and was en route to Great Egg Harbor, according to the boat'…
Monday, April 22, 2013
Hospitalized Boston Marathon bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has begun responding to law enforcement officials questions in writing, several outlets report.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Two were to be treated for head injuries.
Three men were hospitalized following a two-car accident on Chris Gaupp Drive and Route 30 on Saturday, April 20, Galloway Police said. Two of them were to be treated for head injuries, with the third suffering a minor injury to his right arm. Oscar Oyola, 27, of Galloway, was one of the two men to be treated for head injuries after a green Mustang he was a passenger in hit a gray Cadillac CTS, being driven by Franics J. Labree Jr., 54, of Atco, in the rear. Oyola was transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus, while Labree was transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center City Division for the same type of injuries, police said. The driver of the green Mustang, Daniel Oyola, 25, of Galloway, was taken to …