A Seaside Heights man, who because it turned out was driving below the affect, ended up crashing into the Pied Piper Swim College on Route 37 Saturday along with his automotive going within the deep finish of the pool.
Island Heights Police issued an announcement asserting the arrest of 52-year previous Robert Bjorklund who’s charged with DUI and a number of other motorcar violations.
Police arrived on scene round 5:17 pm and as soon as on scene discovered Bjorklund sitting outdoors of a silver Nissan that had not solely crashed into the constructing however ended up within the swimming pool.
The Island Heights First Assist Squad and the Island Heights Fireplace Firm then joined Police on scene to deal with the driving force and check out the structural injury triggered to the constructing.
Island Heights Police stated that after Bjorklund was cleared by the Island Heights First Assist Squad and refusing therapy, officers continued the investigation after which positioned the driving force below arrest.
Bjorklund was processed after which launched, per Johns Regulation, pending a future court docket date.
Island Heights Police Visitors Security Officer Zappola led the on-scene investigation and was assisted by Detective Curtis, Ptl. Bellomy and Ptl. Mellott.
“The Island Heights Police Division wish to lengthen our gratitude to the Toms River Police Division, Fireplace Division, First Assist and the Ocean County Sheriffs Division for his or her a lot wanted help.”