Investigation Carries on
Gina G. Scala
April 06, 2021
By Gina G. Scala
(Courtesy of Surf Town Law enforcement Department)
Surf Town and Ocean County regulation enforcement officials are continuing their investigation into the dying of a 66-calendar year-outdated borough girl who was pulled from cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean off North 14th Road just after dim April 4.
Mary G. Sabolik was pronounced lifeless at the scene around 10:45 p.m. right after getting evaluated by EMS staff and paramedics, Surf Metropolis Police Main Jack Casella explained Tuesday morning.
Sabolik walked absent from a dwelling in the borough, prompting a lacking/endangered human being call to law enforcement at somewhere around 9:30 p.m. Easter Sunday, according to borough law enforcement. Family users told Patrolman Sean Raimondi, who responded to the call, they believed Sabolik would have headed to the oceanfront beach front, regulation enforcement officers said.
On the beach, Raimondi followed footprints in the sand that led to the water’s edge, in accordance to the law enforcement report. Ship Bottom police and fire and water rescue ended up called to the scene, alongside with the Surf Metropolis fireplace and h2o rescue.
Sabolik was located in “the clean and it appeared she experienced been in the ocean,” according to the police report.
She was unresponsive when she was pulled to shore and not respiratory.
Surf Town EMS, Hackensack Meridian medics, the Ocean County Sheriff Criminal Investigation Unit and the county health-related examiner’s office all responded to the scene. —G.G.S.