>Earlier today the Monmouth County Democrats held their annual “mini-convention” at Carpenter’s Hall in Red Bank, unfortunately I couldn’t be in attendance because of my work schedule but based on the outcome, I didn’t miss any surprises.
Daily Archives: April 9, 2011
>Crime Scene Middletown: POLICE REPORT THE ARREST OF A JUVENILE FOR MARIJUANA POSSESSION AND THREE OTHERS ON WARRANTS
>PREPARED BY DETECTIVE LIEUTENANT STEPHEN DOLLINGER
On April 7, 2011 at approximately 9:15 pm police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Knollwood Drive.
The juvenile was transported to police headquarters where he was charged with Possession of under 50 grams of marijuana and was released to his mother.
The Middletown police also arrested the following subjects on warrants:
April 5, 2011: Patrick McGee, age 24, from Shore Drive in Highlands, NJ, arrested by Police Officer Lisa Vreeland on a Contempt of court warrant. McGee was released after posting $500.00 bail.
April 5, 2011: Nicholas Ballard, age 21, from Birchwood Lane in Middletown, arrested by Police Officer Lisa Vreeland on a Contempt of court warrant. Ballard was released after posting $1500.00 bail.
April 6, 2011: Johnny Cooke, age 44, from Broadway Avenue in Bayonne, NJ, arrested by Patrolman James Beirne on a Contempt of court warrant issued by the Jersey City Municipal Court. Cooke was released after posting $280.00 bail.
>President Obama’s Weekly Address 4/9/11: President Obama on the Budget Compromise to Avoid a Government Shutdown
>After weeks of negotiations, President Obama and leaders from both the Democratic and Republican parties in Congress found common ground in an agreement about the United States’ budget. This means the government will remain open to serve the public, including small businesses who need need loans to grow, families who’ve applied for mortgages and others who are visiting national parks and museums. It also means that hundreds of thousands of Americans – including brave men and women in uniform – will get paychecks on time.
In his Weekly Address, the President discusses the importance of the bipartisan budget agreement that represents both a significant investment in the United States’ future – and the largest annual spending cut in our history.