AC Man Sought In Sexual Attack On Juvenile

Police are searching for an Atlantic City in connection with a sexual assault on a juvenile. 36 year old
Martin Casiano-Roque hasn’t been seen for three weeks and investigators think he fled the state. He’s Hispanic, 5’1″, thin build with black hair. Authorities aren’t talking specifics about his case but ask anyone who knows of his whereabouts to call the State Police Fugitive Unit Tip line at 1-800-437-7839.

Crash in Egg Harbor Township

One man was injured after a vehicle crash involving an overturned vehicle occurred in the West Atlantic City section of Egg Harbor Township Tuesday night. The Press of Atlantic City reporting Just after 7:30 p.m., police responded to the area of the Black Horse Pike and Genoa Avenue for a reported motor vehicle crash. One man, Jake Matlock apparently failed to maintain his lane causing the crash…he suffered minor injuries.

State Police Searching for AC Man in Sexual Assault Case

State Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man wanted for aggravated sexual assault of a juvenile. Martin Casiano-Roque is 36 and from Atlantic City,
Police said he may have fled Atlantic City, where he was last seen three weeks ago.
Officers asked that anyone with information about Casiano-Roque call 1-800-437-7839. or call Det. Dan Choe, with the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, at 609-909-7200.

Dunston Chosen To Fill Second Ward Seat On AC Council

In Atlantic City, LaToya Dunston was chosen by City Council on Tuesday night to fill the Second Ward seat left vacant when Marty Small took over as mayor. She was one of three people offered up for council to consider by the Atlantic City Democratic Committee. Dunston is a founder of the Xclusive Drill Team aimed at engaging children in the city. She tells Breaking AC that her only focus will be on doing what’s best for the city.

Fire Destroys Lower Township Home

A hom in Lower Township was destroyed by fire late Tuesday morning. Investigators say it happened at around 11am on the 2700 block of Bay Drive. Due to quickly spreading flames, the Press of Atlantic City reports neighbors weer told to evacauate due to potential propane or natural gas dangers. There were no injuries reported. An investigation into the cause continues.

Cape May County Issues Code Blue

The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management is issuing a “CODE BLUE” advisory from 6 p.m. Nov. 12, 2019 until 6 a.m. Nov. 13, 2019. As is the case in Atlantic County, “Code Blue” conditions are in effect when the temperature reaches 25 degrees Fahrenheit, with clear skies, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, with precipitation. The hope with the advisory is that homeless people will seek proper shelter during the cold weather.

Teen Charged In Trio Of Burglaries

A 15-year-old Galloway Township teen is charged in a series of break ins after being caught by the owner of one business. Police say early Sunday morning, the owner of Giovanni’s II Pizzeria on East Collins Road spotted the boy burglarizing his business, but the teen took off. The Press of Atlantic City reports surveillance footage helped determine where the boy ran to and they tracked him to his home. That same teen is also being implicated in two other incidents, both at Collins Convenience store earlier this month. It’s located in the same shopping center as the pizzeria.

Doc Goooden to Compete in AC Celebrity Boxing Match

Former Mets and Yankees pitcher Dwight “Doc” Gooden has agreed to compete in a celebrity boxing match in Atlantic City against lesser-know internet star Catfish Cooley. The fight will happen March 7th at the Showboat Hotel in Atlantic City. For Gooden, the fight is an attempt to rehab his public image after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine this summer.

Equipment Transport To Impact Traffic Between Pleasantville And EHT Wednesday AM

On Wednesday, November 13, between 5 AM and 6 AM, a construction company will be transporting an oversized piece of equipment from Pleasantville to Egg Harbor Township beginning at Franklin Boulevard, traveling down Washington Avenue to Fire Road and ending at Atlantic Avenue. Travel on these roadways will not be permitted during this time. Police will be on site. Motorists should seek alternate routes and plan travel time accordingly.

Code Blue Alert In Atlantic County

Atlantic County is advising the public of a Code Blue Alert effective at 6 PM on Tuesday, November 12 through Thursday morning, November 14. A Code Blue Alert is required to be issued within 24 to 48 hours of weather conditions that may meet the following criteria based upon National Weather Service forecasts: Temperatures will reach 25 degrees Fahrenheit or lower without precipitation or 32 degrees Fahrenheit or lower with precipitation.