New Jersey 101.5 News — Flash Briefing for October 19 (Afternoon)
On Sept. 20, a crossbow hunter in Readington shot and killed a family dog, mistaking the animal for a coyote. The killing has prompted state Sen. Ray Lesniak, D-Union, to introduce a measure to be called “Tonka’s Law” that is aimed at preventing such a situation in the future.
Two teenagers were hit, one fatally, on Tuesday afternoon and city police are looking for the driver.
Toms River Police said Antonella Marino was located safe by a police agency in an undisclosed location in Ohio. She was with Jeffery Trauttman, 19, of Jackson. No other details about her discovery were released by police.
Municipalities have the right to restrict or prohibit the posting of campaign signs on public property, especially if they can obstruct a driver’s vision. But when there’s so many of them, is it worth the hassle?