Day: December 26, 2022

Investigation Continues Into The Death Of Woman Found On Side Of Route 1 In West Windsor On Christmas

December 26, 2022

WEST WINDSOR, NJ (MERCER)–West Windsor Police reported that on December 25, 2022 at 5:23 p.m., West Windsor Patrol Units responded to the area of 3466 US Route 1 North (an unoccupied former car dealership) on multiple reports of a possible deceased person.  Upon Patrol’s arrival, they located an unknown white female believed to be possibly in her 40’s lying deceased in the shoulder of US Route 1 North. 

The West Windsor Police Department Detective Bureau and Administration arrived at the scene thereafter.  The West Windsor Police Department Detective Bureau took over the investigation in conjunction with members of the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Homicide Task Force.  The Middlesex Regional Medical Examiner’s Office removed the deceased female.  

The Manner and Cause of Death are still being determined.  No identity will be released at this time pending next of kin notification and the ongoing investigation.  The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Task Force and the WWPD are jointly continuing the investigation.  Anyone with information can contact the Mercer County Homicide Task Force at (609) 989-6406 or in addition Det. Abade at (609) 799-1222, our Anonymous Tipline at (609) 799-0452, or email at  

Others responding were, West Windsor Township Division of Fire & Emergency Services, Captial Health Paramedics, Princeton Junction Fire Company.

Last night’s story here:

Two Alarm Fire In The Jeep Store, Ocean Township

December 26, 2022

Photos, video and story by: Ryan Mack, Jersey Shore Fire Response

OCEAN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–Around 9:15 p.m., police and firefighters were sent to 810 Route 35 The Jeep Store – Seaview Auto Corporation for a smoke condition with an active alarm. Police arrived on the scene in the area and confirmed the smoke condition. Further investigation led to the confirmation of a working structure fire at the Jeep Store back service area. A full first alarm was called. First due engine company stretched a hose line to the B side where police were reporting heavy smoke from. An extra 2.5-inch hose line was also pulled off the engine. Crews made a quick knock of the fire inside. Asbury Park Fire Department Tower 89 went to the roof for ventilation. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time and is currently under investigation by the Monmouth County Fire Marshal’s Office.