There have been multiple deadly crashes on Route 9 in Old Bridge in recent weeks, including one that took the life of a pedestrian that police are still trying to identify.
Someone was shot inside a vehicle in broad daylight for the second time in less than a week here, and this time the victim is dead.
So far New Brunswick Fire Department (NBFD) officials have only said the cause of the fire is “Under investigation/Undetermined,” but a police press release said that they believe the fire “appears accidental.”
Rafelo Peralta, a 28-year-old resident of New Brunswick, was killed in a March 12 motor vehicle crash that also sent another motorist to the hospital.
Late last year, the New Brunswick City Council voted to approve a resolution for the New Brunswick Police Department’s continued participation in the US Department of Defense’s “1033 Program.”
City police continue to avoid answering basic questions about a slew of violent incidents in New Brunswick, even as they investigate yet another fatal shooting.
The Rutgers University Police Department requested help from other agencies after a driver allegedly fled from a crash on College Farm Road near Route 1 Tuesday night.