Friday, November 16, 2012
The Camden resident was shot sometime late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office revealed the identity of a man it says was shot and killed in Red Bank sometime late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. According to First Assistant Prosecutor Rich Incremona, the victim was identified as Shapell Kendrick, a 32-year-old Camden resident. Kendrick's body was found in a single-family home at 97 W. Sunset Avenue by a family member before 9 a.m., authorities said Tuesday. Incremona said Kendrick died by gunshot and that the incident is being investigated as a homicide. Further details regarding the incident were not currently known. Incremona could not divulge if the proseuctor's office had and suspect leads but did confirm that no arrests have been made in connection with the …
Monday, September 10, 2012
Riyadh'Na Farrow was pronounced dead after police responded to 911 call from Montgomery Terrace
Authorities can not yet determine the cause of a Red Bank Regional senior's death early Monday morning, although foul play is not suspected. Riyadh'Na Farrow, 18, of Montgomery Terrace was pronounced dead after police responded to a 911 call reporting an unresponsive female at 1:30 a.m. Monday morning, Capt. Darren McConnell said Monday evening. McConnell said "there is no indication there was a homicide or foul play" and called rumors which swirled around Red Bank and Little Silver to the contrary "unsubstantiated." He added that investigators also have ruled out suicide as a cause of death. The captain said CPR was performed in an attempt to revive Farrow, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. "Tests are being conducted" to …
Friday, August 17, 2012
According to police, as many as five suspects broke into a Red Bank home early Friday morning armed with handguns and proceeded to rob the victims.
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Friday, August 17, 2012
Red Bank police are investigating an apparent armed home invasion committed by as many as five men that took place on Tower Hill Drive in the early morning hours Friday. According to a release from the department, two victims arrived at police headquarters reporting that five men, at least two of whom were carrying handguns, broke into their home in the first block of Tower Hill Drive at around 2 a.m. According to their statement, the 21-year-old male victim was struck in the head with a handgun while the 20-year-old female victim was pepper sprayed and threatened with a handgun. Following the invasion, the suspects searched the home for valuables, according to police, and left with a small safe, a watch and two cell phones. The safe …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The cost associated with putting on the $300,000 event was just too great for KaBoom without help from Red Bank.
Red Bank Chief Stephen McCarthy isn’t sure just when exactly it changed, when the borough’s annual fireworks show grew too large and in the process became too expensive. On Wednesday, the KaBoom! Fireworks committee announced that , a move that will likely forever change – for better or worse – what for years had been one of the country’s largest fireworks displays. When he started with the department more than 25 years ago, McCarthy said the fireworks were a more intimate affair. Families came to watch the show along the Navesink River and drove home right after, leaving the borough empty and largely how they had found it. Now, a quarter of a century later, the annual event – and all the problems that go along with stuffing that mass of …