Ewing Police seeking assistance in locating missing elderly man

EWING: The Ewing Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the man pictured above. Robert Lumley, 72 years old, of Ewing was last seen on July 28, 2020 at 325 W. Upper Ferry Rd. in Ewing wearing khaki pants, a long sleeve shirt, with a blue shopping bag. Robert Lumley is described as a white male with grey hair and blue eyes. He is 110 lbs. and 5’11” in height. Lumley does have a history of psychiatric illness.

If you have any information in regards to Robert Lumley or his whereabouts, you are asked to please contact the Ewing Police Department at 609-882-1313. (Refer to NIC# M395865822).

Ewing Police looking for Driver in fatal crash

EWING TWP: On June 4, 2020 at 11:22 am (EST), a fatal motor vehicle crash occurred in front of 860 Lower Ferry Road. The Ewing Police Department is attempting to locate the driver of a dark colored, 2017 to 2019 Ford Escape who was last seen turning into the parking lot of 865 Lower Ferry Road, Woodbrook House, immediately after the crash occurred. Attached is a picture of the actual vehicle we are trying to locate. Please contact Detective Julia Caldwell at 609-882-1313 ext. 5682, Officer Robert Birchenough at ext. 5569, or the Confidential Police Tip Line 609-882-7530 with any information.

Trenton Store Deli owner dies of COVID-19

TRENTON NJ: Rodriguez Santana Owner of Prospect Deli died due to his battle with the Covid-19 virus, The Latino Merchant association of New Jersey said in a Facebook post “rest in peace, we join the pain of the family. Please let’s raise awareness and stay home this is not a game, let’s not wait until it’s too late to take the necessary precautions. May God protect us and we have to keep praying as it is the only thing that can save us 🙏🙏.

Ewing Police Break up“Rona House party” involving 47 people


Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri and Ewing Police Chief John P. Stemler III reported today that a 54-year-old Ewing Township man was issued two disorderly persons citations for hosting a party in his apartment Friday evening.

Ewing police were called to an apartment on Concord Avenue at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday morning, March 28, on a noise violation.  Upon entry, they observed 47 people having a party that included a DJ with speakers, alcohol and the smell of marijuana.   Police broke up the party and released everyone except for the tenant, who was issued disorderly persons citations for obstruction and violating an executive order.  Police noted that the apartment was 550 square feet with one bedroom and one bathroom.  Almost all of the people at the party were squeezed together inside, with a handful outside of the residence.

Prosecutor Onofri praised the response of the officers and the decision to disperse the partygoers rather than charge everyone in attendance.  “The goal was to break up the party and send everyone home.  Based on safety and resources, police made the right call to only issue citations to the host,” he said.

But the prosecutor also gave a stern reminder to the public to heed the Governor’s executive orders.  “These are mandates, not suggestions.  Mercer County and the entire state of New Jersey will not tolerate such irresponsible, criminal behavior, and violators will be prosecuted.  Not only are these actions illegal, but in a time where such reckless conduct could endanger family, loved ones, first responders and the community at large, they are also unethical.”