John Pork Missing, Man missing since last week found dead

John Pork Missing – The body of a guy who had been reported missing over the previous week was discovered in Toms River on Tuesday. The man had been reported missing over the previous week. The body of the victim was found at the location where she had been seen the last time by anyone.

A family friend who had offered to help in the search discovered the body of Beachwood resident John Applegate, who had been 32 years old, in a marshy region between Lakehurst Road and Route 37. A friend of the family had offered to assist in the search. According to a statement issued by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, this is the case. The dead body was discovered in that general region somewhere between Route 37 and Lakehurst Road.

According to the office’s statement, his body was transported to the Community Medical Center, which is located nearby, to have a post-mortem examination performed there. It was not evident what caused his death; all we knew was that he had passed away. Applegate, who was also known by the nickname “Bubby,” was last seen on March 23 in the region of town that is located between the Community Medical Center and the Garden State Parkway, which is not too far from where his body was discovered.

The Community Medical Center and the Garden State Parkway are both located in the same general vicinity. His dead body was discovered close to where the Community Medical Center is located.¬†Bradley D. Billhimer, the prosecutor for Ocean County, expressed his gratitude to the serious crime unit of his office, the Toms River Township Police Department, the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office, and the volunteers who assisted in the search for Applegate.

All of these entities helped in the investigation into the disappearance of Applegate. He also expressed gratitude to the several law enforcement agencies that coordinated their efforts to locate Applegate. We are grateful that you have placed your trust in us to present you with information about the neighborhood that can be relied upon, and we thank you for that. To demonstrate your gratitude for everything that we do, we ask that you please take into consideration providing support for NJ.com in the form of a freely paid membership.