EWING , NJ: Two cars collided at the intersection of North Olden Ave and Pennington Road Saturday afternoon. One person was transported by Ewing Emergency medical services to The hospital with unknown extent of injuries, one vehicle also struck a traffic light post.
Ewing, Nj The Prospect Heights Volunteer fire department escorted Santa around the departments district area Sunday evening as residents and children ran out of their homes to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus. West Trenton volunteer fire department is scheduled to have operation Santa on Friday the 18th at 5 P.m. with COVID-19 restrictions in place.
EWING TOWNSHIP ( Mercer ) Thursday, Ewing Police Officer Melvin Jumper received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) of New Jersey TOP COP award for the highest number of DUI arrests in Mercer County, which has helped save and protect countless lives. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the yearly breakfast held in June, honoring officers throughout the state was cancelled. Thursday, in Bridgewater Township, Officer Jumper was presented with a plaque by M.A.D.D. An email sent to the Ewing police department by M.A.D.D. states:
“On behalf of Mothers Against Drunk Driving New Jersey, the families we serve, and our many volunteers and supporters, we would like to congratulate Officer Melvin Jumper on receiving the TOP COP Award for the 2020 Annual M.A.D.D. New Jersey Law Enforcement Recognition. We are looking forward to having you and the winning Officer in your command attending our limited Award Presentation.”
The Ewing Police Department congratulates Officer Jumper on the prestigious award.
EWING TWP ( MERCER) Two vehicles collided at the intersection of Pennington Road and Carlton Ave near the entrance of the College of New Jersey sending one car into a traffic light. Two driver refused medical attention. NJDOT was on the scene working to restore the traffic lights.
EWING TWP (MERCER) Ewing Ems and Capital Health paramedics responded to the intersection of Prospect Ave and North Olden Ave after receiving multiple calls for a male struck by a car with head trauma, shortly after 7:20 Pm Wednesday. Ewing Ems and Paramedics transported the male to the hospital with a trauma alert. Ewing Police are investigating the incident as a hit & run accident.
*Possible road closures in the area of the scene*
Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemler announces the opportunity to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, October 24, 2020.
The goal is to help local residents to rid their medicine cabinets of unused and easily abused opioid painkillers, in addition to any other unneeded prescription medications.
Mercer County residents can easily drop off unused and expired prescription pills, by bringing them to the parking lot across from the Mercer County Administration Building at 640 South Broad Street in Trenton, between 10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
The disposal event will also collect vape pens and other e-cigarette devices, however ONLY after all batteries have been removed prior by the individual. Syringes, sharp instruments, liquid medications, or solutions cannot be accepted. Participants in the drop-off are asked to follow social distancing rules.
“The fall season is a good time to gather up any unused or expired prescriptions from your medicine cabinet, especially dangerous opioid painkillers,” said Sheriff Kemler. “Addiction or accidental use can too easily begin right from your own medicine cabinet,” added Kemler.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible method for disposing of unneeded and expired prescription pills. The program is conducted by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
For more information, contact the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office Programs Section at 609-278-7159.
EWING TWP: Ewing Police are investigating a serious single-vehicle crash that left one individual in extremely critical condition on Parkway Ave near the Preferred Care at Mercer (Care one at Ewing) Wednesday afternoon.
Developing story, stay tuned.
UPDATE: An autopsy was performed and Ms. Davis’ death has been ruled a homicide. The victim suffered a gunshot wound by a metal air gun pellet that struck internal organs and caused massive internal bleeding. The investigation is ongoing and additional charges are being reviewed.
EWING TWP: The Mercer County Homicide Task Force and the Ewing Police Department are investigating the death of a Pennsylvania woman that occurred on Glen Stewart Drive in Ewing Township.
At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 1, 2020, Ewing police were alerted to a deceased female in a home on Glen Stewart Drive. Upon arrival, they located the victim, identified as Ashley Davis, 32, of Levittown, Pennsylvania, in the basement. There were visible wounds to Ms. Davis’ body and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
During the execution of a search warrant at the home, two long BB guns and a short BB gun were located in the same room as the victim’s body. Numerous used bags of suspected heroin with various stamps were also discovered during the search. The victim’s boyfriend, Aaron Adams, 38, who resides at the Glen Stewart home, has been charged with certain persons not to possess a weapon. He is in the custody of the Mercer County Department of Corrections.
The cause and manner of death of Ms. Davis’ death are pending an autopsy. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mercer County Homicide Task Force at (609) 989-6406 or email@example.com.
EWING TWP NJ: A van crashed into the entrance of Family Dollar store on North Olden Ave and Princeton Ave sometime during the morning hours. The store remains closed at this time. What caused the crash is unclear.
TCNJ ISSUED A MESSAGE TO ALL STUDENTS
Kathryn A. Foster
Over the last several weeks, the coronavirus has made its way to our region, which I know is a concern to many. As of this writing, there are no presumptive or confirmed cases of COVID-19 on our campus and the college continues to take a number of precautionary measures to keep our community healthy. Nonetheless, given the progression of the disease, it seems highly likely that it will continue to spread and the number of cases will climb.
The College of New Jersey will join with several other institutions in adopting the practice of social distancing being advocated by public health officials. Beginning the Monday following Spring Break (March 23), and continuing for a period of two weeks, TCNJ will conduct all classes online. While the campus will remain open, students are strongly encouraged to stay home. Students who choose to return will practice social distancing and also take their classes online. Anyone who has been in contact with someone carrying COVID-19 or is exhibiting symptoms, should self-isolate and notify their doctor or Student Health Services immediately.
During this time, the college will limit large and high-density gatherings; events, including athletic events, will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and may be modified, postponed, or canceled as needed to promote health and safety. Campus resources will remain available to faculty, staff, and students. We will communicate additional changes as necessary.
Campus leaders are in the process of finalizing protocols for this plan. Interim Provost William Keep will follow up in the next 24 hours with specifics. Faculty and staff will receive information about expectations for employees in that message. Staff supervisors will determine situations where employees may telecommute from home.