Somerville: Blue Mass Celebration at Immaculate Conception School Honors Police

April 21, 2018

SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Immaculate Conception School hosted a “Blue Mass” Friday morning at Immaculate Conception R.C. Church to honor the men and women of law enforcement.

The mass was attended by all students and staff in the K-8th grade school, with more than 100 members of law enforcement, including Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

The annual mass was also ...

Police Investigate Bias Incident in Montgomery, Seek Help from Public

MONTGOMERY, NJ - Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson and township Police Director/Capt. Thomas Wain are asking the public for help in the investigation of what is being considered a bias crime.

Detectives assigned to the investigation released that the following information based on the preliminary and ongoing investigation, which continues to evolve as investigators interview ...

Somerset County Sheriff's Officer Completes FBI Leadership Training



SOMERVILLE, NJ - Capt. Steve SanAntonio of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office has received a “Trilogy Award” for completing an executive development leadership program held at the John H. Stamler Police Academy in Scotch Plains.

The week-long session hosted by the Union County Sheriff’s Department featured two instructors, retired Chief Dean Crisp ...

School Officials Charged with Theft, Conspiracy, Money Laundering and Burglary

pNEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two administrators in the award-winning Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools have been arrested and charged with crimes related to their handling of funds dedicated to the schools.

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Police Chief Scott Cartmell of the Piscataway Police Department announced on Friday that the Middlesex County Vocational & ...

Hillsborough Police Blotter

Please note that all information is supplied by the Hillsborough Police Department and that those who were arrested and charged are presumed innocent until final disposition by municipal court:

Feb. 27, 2018: Christina Femia, 47, Hillsborough, was arrested for DWI after being stopped in her vehicle on Amwell Road. She was issued an additional summons for speeding. She was processed and ...

Somerville HS Students Design Commemorative Coin for Police Unity Tour


SOMERVILLE, NJ – Three proud Somerville High School seniors have something tangible to show for their participation in a competitive project in Linda Conklin’s communications design class.

Emily Hickson, Gillian Belkin and Junior Ramirez combined their artistic talents to design a limited edition commemorative Challenge Coin that combines a variety of elements reflective ...

Hillsborough Police Join UDrive. UText. UPay. Crackdown


HILLSBOROUGH, NJ -- Law enforcement officers from Somerset County, including Hillsborough, will join a statewide effort cracking down on distracted drivers during the month of April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. enforcement campaign.

Beginning April 1st and running through April 21st, the high-visibility law enforcement initiative will target motorists who engage ...

Hillsborough: Police Academy Offers Personal Safety Program for High School Seniors

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - High school seniors in Somerset County can learn how to make their lives safer by attending a free community program titled “Personal Safety for High School Seniors.”

The program will cover topics such as victimization, predators, situational awareness, personal safety tips, identifying potential safety issues, dealing with a physical confrontation, being a good ...

Hillsborough Fire Damages Home; No Injuries

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - A mid-afternoon fire at 5 Meadowbrook Drive damaged a second-floor bedroom and bathroom, according to police.

The home was deemed uninhabitable afterwards. There were no injuries and the homeowner, 57-yearold Wayne Baruch was not home at the time of the fire.

When firefighters arrived at 3:35 p.m., smoke was pouring from the second floor.

The fire does not appear to be ...

DARE Police Graduates Ready to Make Friends, Impact Lives in the Classroom

BRIDGEWATER, NJ  - Street-hardened police officers accustomed to traffic stops, petty crime, arresting bad guys and calming frazzled nerves came together two weeks ago in Somerset County to hone a new skill.

Side-by-side, the 25 officers were tested by a rigorous curriculum that challenged them to become role models and teachers in an ongoing national effort to counteract negative ...

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