The Top 10: a rundown of the most-read stories on Fort Lee Patch for the month of September.
Friends of Daniel Fernandez, a 16-year-old who was killed after sticking his head out of a roof hatch on a party bus and hitting an overpass as the vehicle drove on Interstate 95 in Fort Lee, created a Facebook group to share memories and messages about the teen. A 16-year-old boy from Sayreville riding on a bus full of teenagers heading to a Sweet 16 was killed after he stuck his head out of a roof hatch on the bus and hit an overpass as the vehicle drove on Interstate 95 southbound, near the George Washington Bridge, an official said. The wake and funeral for the 16-year-old boy killed in a tragic party bus accident on I-95 in Fort Lee was scheduled for Labor Day, according to a flier posted on the St. Francis Preparatory School website…
Police Officer Michael P. Bialoblocki, a 13-year veteran of the Fort Lee Police Department, is the “Chief’s Award” recipient for September, police announced.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, September 21, 2012
The following article was submitted to Patch for publication by the Fort Lee Police Department: Police Officer Michael P. Bialoblocki, a member of the Fort Lee Police Department since 1999, has been selected to receive the Chief’s Award for the month of September. The recipients of this award are chosen by Fort Lee Police Chief Thomas O. Ripoli for their distinguished service to the Fort Lee Police Department as well as to the citizens of Fort Lee. P.O. Bialoblocki graduated from South Amboy High School in South Amboy, NJ in 1994; P.O. Bialoblocki enlisted in the United States Air Force as a member of the Security Force Squadron. P.O. Bialoblocki was deployed three separate times to Saudi Arabia in support of the Joint Task Force in …