By Alex Thomas
November 3, 2012
“It’s hard to conceive of how long that could take. Seaside Heights and nearby towns are under martial law.”
“We know people are there, we’re keeping an eye on them, and they need to stay on their property.If they come off their property to come off the island, then they don’t get back on.It’ll be a while before anybody gets back on the island until we make it safe,” Toms River Police Chief Mike Mastronardy said.
“At this time martial law has not been enacted,” McLaughlin said in a telephone interview around 7:30 p.m. “It is not intended to be enacted.”