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April 21, 2019

Delaware Wildlife Police Arrest Hunter for Unplugged Gun

DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: April 8-14 Reminder for the week: Start the boating season off right by wearing your lifejacket DOVER (April 18, 2019) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between April 8-14 made 2,451 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 63 citations. Officers responded to... Read more →

Officer Down: Minnesota Conservation Officer Gene Wynn Jr.

Eugene Wynn Minnesota Conservation Officer Eugene Wynn, age 43 drowned in Cross Lake after being thrown from a boat at approximately 7:45 pm. He and a Pine County sheriff's deputy were responding to a report of a possible body floating in the lake. They had just left the boat launch when they were both thrown out of the boat into the frigid waters. Deputies on the shore attempted to reach them in a rowboat but Officer Wynn slipped below the surface and did not resurface.... Read more →

State Trooper Charged with Child Porn, Allegedly Conspired with Gloucester City Mom

view complaint TRENTON –A New Jersey state trooper has been arrested for allegedly engaging in a sexually explicit email exchange with an adult woman about a prepubescent girl, during which the trooper and the woman allegedly exchanged sexually explicit photos, including a photo of the young girl. Trooper Jeffrey Reitz, 47, of Williamstown, N.J., was arrested on a charge of third-degree possession of child pornography. Reitz was held in custody pending a first appearance in court. Reitz, who is assigned to the Commercial Carrier Safety... Read more →

Officer Down: Sheriff Justin DeRosier Killed; 1 Suspect Killed, 2 Arrested

Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office, Washington End of Watch Sunday, April 14, 2019 Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier was shot and killed in the 100 block of Fallert Road after responding to investigate reports of a disabled motor home shortly after 10:00 pm. After arriving at the scene, he contacted dispatchers with emergency traffic and stated he was being fired at. Members of the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office and the Kalama Police Department responded to the scene and were able to pull him... Read more →

Three Shot, Two Dead in Camden City

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (April 21, 2019)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a shooting that occurred in the city on April 21, 2019, that left two dead and one injured. Camden County Police responded to ShotSpotter activation in the area of the 2900 block of Pierce Street at approximately 12:37 a.m. When officers arrived, they located two females inside of a vehicle and a male laying on the ground on Pierce Street. All three were unresponsive and suffering... Read more →

Delaware fourth graders ‘Make a Splash’

and learn about protecting water resources DOVER (April 17, 2019) – More than 780 fourth-grade students from eight elementary schools participated in the April 16 “Make a Splash” festival, an event that educates students on the diversity of estuary life and the importance of Delaware’s water resources. The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control-sponsored festival is held annually at the St. Jones Reserve, a component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve, and the Delaware Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs’ John Dickinson Plantation... Read more →

NJBIA Concerned Over BPU Approval of $300 Million in Ratepayer Subsidies for Nuclear Industry

NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor issued the following statement regarding the Board of Public Utilities' action today approving Zero Emission Certificates (ZECs) to subsidize the nuclear power industry. "The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is concerned about the impacts of the Board of Public Utilities' action today approving the full allocation of Zero Emission Certificates to the State's three nuclear generating plants. "NJBIA does support our nuclear power industry, as well as the development of other energy sources - but not... Read more →

Cannabis Advocates Turn Up Heat on Sweeney

By Jay Lassiter (Trenton) — As you may know, April 20th (aka 4/20) was the unofficial holiday for cannabis users. So if you smell something skunky this weekend, you know why. But cannabis activists in New Jersey were in no mood to celebrate yesterday when they staged a “die in” at the Trenton state house. Their goal: to represent all the dead medical cannabis users in NJ who are no longer with us. So on a day when PSEG demand (and received) a $300,000,000 tax... Read more →

NJ Students Named to the Honors List at FDU's Metropolitan Campus

MADISON, NJ (04/18/2019)-- Students at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan Campus, located in Teaneck, NJ have been named to the Honors List for the Fall 2018 semester. Terron Williams of Camden, NJ (08103) Ti'Niejah Lee of Glassboro, NJ (08028) Lyka Mae San Jose of Mays Landing, NJ (08330) Ray White of Pennsauken, NJ (08110) Brett Hauser of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054) Maryellen Van Atter of Turnersville, NJ (08012) Jordyn Fussell of Cherry Hill, NJ (08034) Janeirys Velazquez of Minotola, NJ (08341) Aston Austin of Pemberton, NJ... Read more →

Brooklawn 3rd Annual Welcome Spring Event May 11

Join us May 11 for a fun afternoon as we welcome Spring in Brooklawn! The day will include a paper shred event from 12-3 pm. There will be food trucks, spring craft vendors, kids activities including a bounce house, Community groups & organizations will be on hand. Participate in a make & take your own herb garden with Tiffany Soska (sessions at 1 & 2 pm) Attendees have the opportunity to win great door prizes courtesy of area businesses and much more. Be sure to... Read more →

Delaware Valley University Welcomes New Jersey Aggies

DOYLESTOWN, PA (04/18/2019)-- Delaware Valley University is proud to announce that the following new students have enrolled for the fall 2019 semester. The University looks forward to welcoming the new Aggies to campus this fall! *This list is as of April 11, 2019, and does not include the full incoming class. Samantha Adams, of Browns Mills, NJ (08015). Daniel Arone, of Westampton, NJ (08060). Alexandria Balian, of Pittsgrove, NJ (08318). Danielle Bowman, of Juliustown, NJ (08042). Madeline Capewell, of Pemberton, NJ (08068). Catherine Couse, of... Read more →

Coast Guard celebrates Flag Day alongside American Samoa leaders

PAGO PAGO, American Samoa — On Wednesday, those in American Samoa celebrated the 119th Flag Day commemorating the day they officially became a U.S. territory. Rear Adm. Kevin Lunday, commander Coast Guard 14th District, Command Master Chief Lori Fields, and Capt. Mike Long, commander Coast Guard Sector Honolulu, were on hand to participate and share in the festival events. "From the day in 1900 when the U.S. Navy first established a naval base here, to when these islands became a U.S. territory the same year,... Read more →

Heeee’s Baaack:

Bill Clinton Peddles Gun Control on a Wish and a Lie FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2019 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Proving there is no statute of limitations on political opportunism, this week former President Bill Clinton used the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the tragic school shooting in Littleton, Colo. to pen an op-ed pushing the modern gun control agenda. In doing so, Clinton adopted several of the tired falsehoods that have become attendant to this debate. In recalling a White House conference on school violence that... Read more →


Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 5 No. 44(April 21, 2019) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe, age 18. Dave has been drawing since he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to be a cartoonist at the age of 8. He’s been distributing his comics in school since 3rd grade. (click image to enlarge) published gloucestercitynews.net | April 21, 2019 Read more →