Police would later piece together, the windy conditions of the channel likely pulled David out of his kayak, leaving him to suffer from hypothermia.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Here's a look at some of the stories that made headlines throughout Union County for the week of Dec. 2-8.
Clark Johnny K's, Formerly the Windsor Diner, Now Open Johnny K's opened on Wednesday, Dec. 5. The Clark landmark will still offer family dining, but in a totally renovated space, with upscale menu additions alongside Windsor signatures. Check out our photos of the new space. Shell Station on Raritan Road Robbed at Knife-Point Cranford Police are investigating a knife-point gas station robbery that occured at the Shell on Raritan Road on the Clark-Cranford border Tuesday night. Cops said the robber ran off with $700 after pulling out a silver pocket knife on a station attendant around 8 p.m., and ordering him to empty his register. Cranford Cranford Gas Station Robbed on Tuesday, Say Cops Cranford Police are investigating a knife-point gas…
Friday, December 7, 2012
The Cranford native, who set off from the end of Little Silver Point Road, had been missing since 2010.
Skeletal remains found in the Shrewsbury River have been identified as a Tinton Falls kayaker who had been missing since 2010, according to multiple news reports. The State Police said the remains have been identified, using dental records, as David Civile, 28. Police say a contractor making dock repairs on Little Silver Point Road in Little Silver on Nov. 28 found the remains. Civile launched his kayak onto the Shrewsbury River on November 17, 2010 off of Howard's Beach, a spit of sand towards the end of Little Silver Point Road. His kayak was found later that evening on an uninhabited island between Rumson and Sea Bright and for days, rescue teams searched the river for the 26-year old Tinton Falls resident who took off that warm …
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The family of David Civile, who was lost while kayaking the Shrewsbury River in 2010, has donated signs to help increase awareness of potential water sporting dangers.
The last place David Civile was known to be before he launched his kayak into the Shrewsbury River on November 17, 2010 was Howard's Beach, a little spit of sand towards the end of Little Silver Point Road. Civile's kayak was found later that evening on an uninhabited island between Rumson and Sea Bright and for days, rescue teams searched the river for the 26-year old Tinton Falls resident who took off that warm November day into the cold river, surrounded by strong winds. His body was never found. It seemed fitting, then, for Civile's family to donate signage to be posted at the Howard's Beach location, as well as at Santelli Park, to help increase awareness of the potential water sporting dangers posed by the Shrewsbury River. Civile's …