HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–The Hamilton Township Police Department is seeking information on two different cases they are investigating.
The first investigation is for “Shots Fired” in the area of the 100 block of Norway Avenue. A residence was struck by gunfire, the residence was occupied at the time but no one was injured. The Hamilton Twp. PD Criminal Investigation Section is investigating. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Brian Davis at 609-689-5823 or the Hamilton Township Police Crime Tip Line at 609-581-4008
UPDATE PER HAMILTON PD MISSING PERSON LOCATED: 01/26/2020 – Missing Person – Paige Inman Located
The second request for information is for a missing person. Paige Inman a 26 year old female was reported going to the Dollar Store on S. Broad Street around 7 pm, on January 23, 2020 and never returned home. She is described as a white female, 5’10” tall, approximatelyi 200 pounds, blond hair with a purple streak. She has a tatoo under her left eye and large “gauge” piercings in both ears. Last seen wearing a gray knit winter hat, a white jacket, a long sleeve black T-shirt and gray leggings and boots.
Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Paige Inman Contact Detective Thomas Clugsten of the Criminal Investigations Section (609) 581-4027, email email@example.com The public can also leave a message on teh Hamilton Police Crime Tip Line at (609) 581-4008
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TRENTON NJ, (MERCER)–A serious accident involving a police vehicle occurred this afternoon at the intersections of Mulberry and Brunswick Avenue. Trenton Fire Department, Trenton EMS responded. Trenton Police are investigating.
ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)—Allentown High School wrestler Nick Golden reached his 100th career win milestone on Saturday January 25, 2020 at a quad meet in New Brunswick, NJ. Golden is the 5th Allentown High School wrestler to reach the 100-win milestone. The match was against Jazzarell Bull from New Brunswick with a fall at 1:32 of the first period to get the 100.
Nick, 17 years old is a senior and wrestling in the 170-pound weight class and began wrestling in the 5th grade. Currently Golden is 100-26 with 65 pins and so far this season 23-1 and is looking for a strong finish this season.
When asking Nick how he sees the rest of the season he says he is continuing to do the right thing with proper nutrition, wrestling club and spending time in the weight room. He is looking forward to the upcoming county, districts and regions in preparation for the state tournament in Atlantic City.
Next year Nick will wrestling at The College of New Jersey next year and has signed a commitment. Nick’s major at TCNJ will be math and looking for a career as an actuary working for an insurance company or major corporation in the future.
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Happy Chinese New Year! 新年快乐！and is celebrated this year on January 25, 2020. It is the Year of the Rat.
Students celebrated Robbinsville High School’s 8th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration. The events included: The Dragon Dance, Group Singing, Opening Ceremony, Taichi, Ping Pong Match, Yo Yo, Cai Wei group dance, WuShu. The event concluded with the Lion Dance and traditional Chinese foods.
Traditional foods included Beef Lo Mein, Sesame Chicken, Pork Fried Rice, Vegetable Rice, Noodles, General Tso’s Chicken, Dumplings, White Rice, and Fortune Cookies.
The event was hosted by the Robbinsville High School Chinese Club and Ping Pong Club under the direction of Mrs. Kanagawa