Brick Police Launch Eyes In The Water

Courtesy of Brick Police

BRICK – Brick Township Police will have their eyes on the road, in the sky and in the water this summer, as they recently launched their new boat to conduct patrols on the bay, river and lagoons from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The 25-foot defender class safe boat, which was obtained by the U.S. Coast Guard’s Sandy Hook Station and financed by using drug seizure funds, will enforce boating regulations and cite boat operators who are not operating their vessels properly.

The project was headed by Patrolman Daniel Fogarty, who is also a reservist in the United States Coast Guard.

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