Transcript of news in brief, November 23

Manalapan Police The ministry has reported the following incidents that have recently occurred in the community:

On November 2, between 12:45 a.m. and 12:58 a.m., unidentified persons allegedly attempted to gain access to five vehicles in the Pheasant Way area of ​​a residential development near Kinney Road. One vehicle was seized, but no items were reported stolen. Four other vehicles were locked and not entered. Officer Jeannie Letts took the report.

At 1:08 a.m. on November 2, a Manalapan resident reported that an unknown person entered an unlocked vehicle that was parked in the driveway of a Dana Court home in a residential development near Gravel Hill Road. No items were reported missing from the vehicle. Patrolman Dennis O’Brien took the report.

On November 3 at 7:58 p.m., a Manalapan resident reported that a stranger was posing as an Amazon employee online and defrauded the victim of approximately $34,000 worth of
multiple bank accounts. Patroller Douglas Zike handled the report.

At 6:19 a.m. on November 5, a Manalapan resident reported that three men traveling in the dark
colored sedan removed the catalytic converter from a vehicle that was parked on Winged Foot Drive. The men wore gray sweatshirts, face masks and white gloves. The estimated cost of damage and value of stolen property is approximately $1,000. Patrolman Christopher Capuzzo handled the report.

On November 5 at 3:39 p.m., employees of PC Richard, 55 Route 9, reported that a customer was attempting to commit fraud. A 42-year-old man from Manchester was later arrested for possession of fraudulent government documents and identity theft. It was discovered that the man had a warrant issued for his arrest in Pennsylvania. He was transported to police headquarters, processed and transported to Monmouth County Jail in Freehold Township. Patrolman Everett McNulty was the arresting officer.

At 4 a.m. on November 6, unidentified individuals broke into the RX Express Pharmacy, 365 Route 9, and removed various items from the store. The value of the stolen items was not immediately known. Patroller Matthew Mattia took the report.

On November 6 at 1:20 p.m., a Brooklyn, NY resident reported that on November 5 at 2:50 p.m., an unknown person broke the window of a vehicle that was parked at the Englishtown Auction Sales, Wilson Avenue, and removed jewelry and cash worth approximately $65,000. Patroller Joseph DeFilippis took the report.

At 4 p.m. Nov. 8, a Colts Neck resident reported that between 7 p.m. Nov. 7 and 7 a.m. Nov. 8, an unknown person removed catalytic converters from vehicles that were parked at a business on Woodward Road. The stolen items are valued at approximately $6,600. Patrolman Cristopher Schou took the report.

Two students from the Freehold Township High School’s Animal and Botanical Science magnet program Georgia Silver and Jaden Bulkley have been selected as New Jersey delegates for the World Food Prize Foundation’s Global Youth Institute (GYI), according to a news article. on the Freehold Regional High School District website.

The event took place virtually from October 16-21. More than 240 high school students and their teachers from 10 countries were selected to attend the GYI, which was held in conjunction with the Norman E. Borlaug International Symposium.

To be considered for participation, students identify a country of interest and research a topic affecting the global food system, then propose an evidence-based solution to improve the lives of families in that country.

Students are selected to attend the conference by presenting their solutions at a regional youth institute or through a general selection process. During the symposium, high school students had the opportunity to interact with a diverse group of World Food Prize winners and internationally renowned leaders in the fields of nutrition, agriculture, technology and international development.

Students presented their original research papers and participated in discussions with leading experts in agricultural industries, technological innovation and international politics. For the first time in GYI’s history, student delegates have been allowed to share insights from their research in a collaborative report to be submitted to advisors at the UN Food Systems Summit, according to the GYI website. the FRHSD.

The New Jersey School The Public Relations Association (NJSPRA) has named Freehold Regional High School District the winner in three categories of the 2022 School Communications Award competition.

The Freehold Regional High School District received first place in the photography category, first place in the social media category and second place in the special interest posting category, according to a news article on the district’s website. .

The winning works were all created by Rebecca Policastro, District Communications and Projects Coordinator for the district.

The NJSPRA School Communication Awards were created to recognize New Jersey school communication professionals and the products they develop that go beyond delivering important messages to their various stakeholders.

The 2022 competition was the most competitive on record with 87 submissions from 40 school districts.

Submissions for the 2022 School Communication Awards were judged by a panel of 14 judges from nine states, including Rowan University professors and other industry experts across the country, according to the FRHSD website.

Center players will present several special events at the Center Playhouse, 35 South St., Freehold Borough, in December.

Center Players Cinema: Short Films Showcase and Filmmaker Q&A will premiere at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Dec. 3, according to a press release.

This special event will include a screening of 15 award-winning local film shorts
filmmakers Anthony Marinelli, Keith Armonaitis, Jeff Musillo, Michael Tota and Dave
McGrath, most of whom also did productions for Center Players.

A question-and-answer session will follow the screenings. All seats are $10 plus general admission. Tickets are available at or by calling 732-462-9093.

“It’s A Wonderful Life,” a live radio play, premieres at 2 p.m. on December 10.

The Classic Radio Road Show Company will present this staged radio play based on
the beloved film directed by Frank Capra. The show will be decorated with costumes,
sound effects, music and specially trained voice actors.

The special event will include a “It’s a Wonderful Life” quiz after the performance. All tickets are $20 and are available by calling 732-513-8234.

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