North Brunswick officers honored by Middlesex County 200 Club

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North Brunswick Police Officer Joseph Grasso, fourth from left, received an award from the Middlesex County 200 Club.PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT
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Pictured are Capt. Bob Brady of the Woodbridge Police Department, left to right, North Brunswick Police Officer Anthony Torres, Wayne Blanchard of the New Jersey State Police, North Brunswick Police Capt. Brian Hoiberg, North Brunswick Police Capt. Cory Harris and North Brunswick Police Director Kenneth McCormick. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT
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North Brunswick Police Officer Joseph Grasso, fourth from left, received an award from the Middlesex County 200 Club.PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT
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Pictured are Capt. Bob Brady of the Woodbridge Police Department, left to right, North Brunswick Police Officer Anthony Torres, Wayne Blanchard of the New Jersey State Police, North Brunswick Police Capt. Brian Hoiberg, North Brunswick Police Capt. Cory Harris and North Brunswick Police Director Kenneth McCormick. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT

The 200 Club Awards are given out annually to police officers from around the state. The Middlesex County 200 Club presented its awards on May 22 at The Pines Manor, including to North Brunswick Officer Joseph Grasso for his part in the rescue of two children and two adults during the Albury Way fire on Dec. 8, 2018, and to North Brunswick Officer Anthony Torres for his rescue of two women from a burning car on Route 130 on Oct. 24, 2018. The event was attended by more than 200 guests, including Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and New Jersey State PBA President Pat Colligan.