May 3: 5 non-COVID news items from across the tri-state area

Looking for some news that is not about COVID-19?  Here's a selection of news items from across the tri-state region.

News 12 Staff

May 3, 2020, 6:33 PM

Updated 1,476 days ago

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Looking for some news that is not about COVID-19?  Here's a selection of news items from across the tri-state region.
One person dead, another remains missing after boat capsizes off Point Lookout Officials say four people went into the water as waves hit the boat and overturned it.
Grave plot mix-up disturbs Suffern familyA Suffern family says they showed up to a loved one's grave to find the plot disturbed. They say the cemetery dug up the hole to make room for somebody else.
Officials: 2 teenagers struck by beach patrol vehicle in Ship Bottom:  The incident happened on the 26th Street beach just after 1 p.m. Reports claim the girls had been speaking with the driver moments before the accident.
Police: 51-year-old man found dead with gunshot wounds in Allerton:  News 12 is told the victim was found unconscious with wounds on his head and torso on Holland Avenue just before 3:30 p.m. Police say two men approached the victim and fired several rounds at him before taking off in an SUV.
28 people rescued from breakwater rocks in Bridgeport:  Officials say they got a call around 9:30 p.m. about a group of fisherman stranded as high tide came in. Authorities say it turned out to be a group of people from out of state who were not observing social distancing rules about limiting gatherings to a small number of people.
 


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