Wayde M. Delhagen, 25, of Wayside Road in Neptune Township, was sentenced on Monday to 364 days in the Monmouth County Correctional Institution and five years probation for one county of burglary and four counts of stalking, according to an announcement by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
Dalhagen had been locked up in Freehold since his arrest last June. He was released this week on time served and good behavior credits, according to a family member of one of his victims.
The shooting death of June Huhn in Long Branch on Friday has been ruled a suicide by the Middlesex County Regional Medical Examiner’s Office following an autopsy, according to Charles Webster, spokesperson for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
Lukas I. DeLorenzo, 35, of Neptune Township, was charged yesterday with fourth degree Sexual Contact for illegally groping two employees under the guise of training them in physical therapy, according to an announcement by Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
Investigators are trying to find the whereabouts of 25-year-old Stephanie Parze who was last seen at her residence in Freehold Township around 10 p.m. on Oct. 30, 2019. Got info? Call Det. Murphy at 732-431-7160 ext. 7032, or Det. Valentine of the @FreeholdTwpPD at 732-462-7908. pic.twitter.com/nCq3matYK5
Asbury Park: The Monmouth County #DWI Task force will conduct a checkpoint from 10p Fri – 2a Sat on Hwy 71. Task force members and Officers from the Asbury Park Police Dept will pull vehicles from the SB lanes into the Municipal parking lot to determine driver’s sobriety. #mcponjpic.twitter.com/SkgMOCLaTg
Officer Involved Shooting in one of the incidents.
Gun violence erupted on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning with two shootings that resulted in two reported deaths, according to a member of the law enforcement community.
The first incident, which involved an Asbury Park Police officer, occurred at around 10:30 p.m. at the area of 7th Ave and Webb St. The Attorney General’s Shooting Response Task Force is investigation this incident.
Sea Bright: The Monmouth County #DWI Task Force will conduct a checkpoint from 9p Fri – 1a Sat on Ocean Ave. Task force members & officers from the Sea Bright PD will pull vehicles from the NB lanes into the Sea Bright Boro parking lot to determine the driver’s sobriety. #mcponjpic.twitter.com/qWhYt2kkw2
The 16 year old boy arrested in connection with the shooting in Asbury Park following the 4th of July fireworks on Thursday night did not shoot the two women who were injured in the incident, according to a source within the law enforcement community. The shooter, “a second gun,” is still at large, the source told MMM.
A 16 year old male has been arrested for shooting two people on the Asbury Park boardwalk on Thursday evening following the 4th of July fireworks, according to an announcement by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
Two women suffered non-life-threatening injuries. A 55 year old female employee of a boardwalk business was transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center for treatment. A 25 year woman who was walking on the boardwalk sustained a minor injury and refused treatment at the scene.