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Fatal Crash In Gloucester Co.; Suspect Arrested In SEPTA Officer Attack; NJ Dirty Beaches Reopen
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 07/28/17 4:29 am | updated: 07/28/17 4:29 am
Police in Gloucester County are now investigating a fatal crash that took place in Franklin Township on Thursday. The crash happened at around 6:30 pm on the 3100 block of Delsea Drive. Police say that a mini van crashed into a car at the location and one of the persons involved in the accident was pronounced dead at the scene. The other injured victim was taken to a local hospital. Police are still investigating into the crash to see what the cause was.

Police have now arrested the suspect who is wanted for reportedly attacking a SEPTA police officer on Monday night. 39-year-old Sorrel Groves attacked a SEPTA police officer after she was getting out of her car when responding to a call. The suspects face was caught on camera while the officer's body cam was filming. Police say that Groves is a career criminal, with arrests going back until 1997. He has now been charged with Aggravated Assault, Resisting Arrest, Defiant Trespass as well as other related offenses. The officer who was attacked by Groves has since been released from the hospital and is now recovering from her injuries. See the officer's body cam video footage below.

The fifteen beaches in New Jersey that had been closed due to bacteria issues have all now been reopened. The state EPA had found high levels of bacteria this past Wednesday, seven of them being in Atlantic City. Officials say that heavy rain resulted in runoff water containing many chemicals and bird droppings was responsible for the rise in bacteria. All of the beaches were reopened back on Thursday. Officials have stated they are going to continue testing the beaches to determine when the bacteria levels drop.


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