NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–The Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) is investigating an act of criminal sexual contact reported on April 15 at approximately 9:20 p.m.

The incident occurred inside the women's bathroom on the second floor of the Alexander Library located on College Avenue near Senior Street.

According to the RUPD, the suspect entered the second floor women’s bathroom, exposed himself, and inappropriately touched a female victim.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The City of New Brunswick announced that a store called "Key Food Marketplace" would replace the vacant site of the former Fresh Grocer at the lower level of the Wellness Plaza in downtown New Brunswick.

The property's landlord, the New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA), voted on April 24 to grant a 2o-year lease to a store operator working with the Staten-Island-based Key Food Stores Co-operative, Inc.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Two men were shot in downtown New Brunswick, shortly before last call at the Glo Ultra Lounge in the early morning hours of April 22.

All available police units responded to the disturbance, which quickly escalated into a shooting that spilled out onto the block of Paterson Street that also is home to Perle, a nightclub owned by the same people who run Glo.

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JERSEY CITY, NJ—On April 25, New Brunswick's Leroy Davila will be making his long awaited return to the boxing ring against an opponent who goes by the name of Dylan Price.

For the last few years, Leroy “Lucious” Davila has been a standout boxer in the amateur ranks and has done nothing but dominate in the NJ Golden Gloves tournaments and in the National Boxing Championships.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On April 15, the New Jersey Transit Police Department (NJTPD) apprehended a suspect who was wanted in connection with a scheme to steal luggage from unsuspecting travelers at the New Brunswick train station on Albany Street.

The NJTPD identified one of the robbery suspects as Robert Carter Jr. of New Brunswick.  Jennifer M. Nelson, the Senior Public Information Officer for NJ Transit, said that their detective had already had a warrant out for Carter’s arrest.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—An Assistant Superintendent in the City of Paterson will be the next New Brunswick Schools Superintendent, according to several sources.

Earlier this year, rumors swirled in both the Silk City and the Hub City that Aubrey Johnson was a finalist for the position being vacated by New Brunswick Superintendent Richard Kaplan. 

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