TOMS RIVER — The death of a man who was dropped off at Community Medical Center Wednesday night after he was shot multiple times is under investigation by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.
Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer said Jimmy Mosley, 36, of South Toms River, was brought to the hospital on Route 37 in a private vehicle around 10:15 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The vehicle that had transported Mosley left after a passenger got out, according to Billhimer.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing, according to the prosecutor, who said there is no danger to the public.
Billhimer asked anyone with information about the shooting to call the Prosecutor's Office at 732-929-2027 ext. 2476 or Toms River police at 732-349-0150 ext. 1297.
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NJ freedom trucker convoy on March 5 — What Bill Spadea saw
It was a chilly Saturday night and a rainy Sunday morning but that did not dampen the enthusiasm of the hundreds of vehicles participating in the New Jersey Freedom Convoy on March 5-6, 2022. Here are some pics of the event, from the crowds lining the overpasses and roadways, to the trucks to the line of vehicles heading south.
Best coffee places recommended in Central Jersey
Best coffee shops & cafes near NJ beaches
When it comes to food, New Jersey is known for many things such as pizza and pork roll. Don't count us out when it comes to coffee.
With all the hustle and bustle involved in the average New Jersey resident's day, coffee is essential. It doesn't matter whether you're living in the cities of North Jersey or the vacation spots at the shore.
In fact, as the former owner of two Jersey shore coffee houses, Coffee Dot Comedy in Sea Isle City and the Daily Grind in Ocean Grove, I know firsthand how much people at the Jersey shore love their coffee.
With respect to that, I asked my social media following where the best coffee houses at the Jersey Shore were, especially since my two places no longer exist.
Below is what they came up with. (And see this other article
for their coffee shop and cafe recommendations for Central Jersey.)