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South Brunswick Twp Police Department
Tuesday August 28th, 2018 :: 12:05 p.m. EDT


Police look to ID male looking into homes and cars / Mosquito Spray Notification

Police look to ID male looking into homes and cars

South Brunswick Police are looking for the public's assistance in identifying a male who was peering into residences and vehicles on Major Road.  On Saturday August 11th at 6:35am a black male can be seen on surveillance footage parking in the driveway of a residence on Major Road.  The suspect exits his vehicle and begins to look into the window of a parked car in the driveway.  The suspect can later be seen on surveillance footage at a neighbor’s residence on Major Road.  In that incident the suspect looks into a rear slider door window and then walks around the residence to the front door and checks to see if it was unlocked.    

Suspect Info – Thin black male wearing a grey hat, black jacket, white shirt, blue jeans, and black shoes.

Suspect Vehicle – Newer model tan/or silver colored Honda CRV.

See the attached pictures of the suspect and suspect vehicle for further details.

Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call Detective Dennis Yuhasz (732) 329-4000 ext. 7485. 
Mosquito Spray Notice

The Middlesex County Mosquito Commission has informed the Township that they will be spraying insecticides for the control of adult mosquito populations in the Monmouth Junction area on -

Wednesday August 29, 2018 6:30pm to 11:59pm
Rain Date: Thursday August 30, 2018

In order to reduce the number of nuisance and vector mosquitoes in the specified area(s), the following adult mosquito control products will be applied from the ground by truck, handheld equipment, and/or by aircraft, using low volume (LV) or ultra-low volume (ULV) techniques: Sumithrin/Prallethrin (Duet®), Deltamethrin (Deltagard®), Malathion (Fyfanon® ULV Mosquito), Etofenprox (Zenivex® E4 RTU).

The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and Rutgers University have approved and recommended these mosquito control products for residential mosquito control and consider them to pose no unreasonable health risk when applied according to label directions. However, residents, if they wish, can take the following steps to reduce exposure:
  • Pay attention to notices about spraying found through newspapers, websites, automated telephone messages or notices distributed by municipal, county or state agencies.
  • Plan your activities to limit time spent outside during times of possible insecticide treatments.
  • Move your pets, their food, and water dishes inside during ULV application. Also bring clothing and children’s toys inside.
  • Stay away from application equipment, whether in use or not.
  • Whenever possible, remain indoors with windows closed and with window air conditioners on non-vent (closed to the outside air) and window fans turned off during spraying.
  • Avoid direct contact with surfaces that are still wet from pesticide spraying. Do not allow children to play in areas that have been sprayed until they have completely dried (approximately one hour).
  • If you must remain outdoors, avoid eye and skin contact with the spray. If you get spray in your eyes or on your skin, immediately flush and rinse with water.

The Commission has notified municipal officials, health officers and police of these plans. Neither the USEPA nor NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) requires relocating or taking special precautions during spraying with this product. All applications will be according to product labeling.

If residents wish further information, they can contact their local health department or call the National Pesticide Information Center 1.800.858.7378 or visit their website at the following link:

The Commission (732-549-0665) operates a message machine 24 hours a day/7 days a week for individuals who cannot call during our working hours, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

Please Note: Treatments for adult mosquitos will be done on streets on a limited and localized basis within the specified area(s). Treatment time for a specific street is not possible (Rain date-mostly next day). If the conditions are not ideal, the treatment will not be conducted.
For more information visit Middlesex County Mosquito Commission at

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South Brunswick Twp Police Department
540 Ridge Rd
South Brunswick Township, NJ 08852

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 732-329-4646

Detective Dennis Yuhasz

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