Off-Duty Lakewood EMS Member Stops to Help Accident Victim, Gets Motorcycle Helmet Stolen

An off-duty Lakewood EMS member had her motorcycle helmet stolen from her while assisting at a crash scene in Neptune, TLS has learned.

On Thursday at approximately 9:20 pm, Neptune police officers responded to a serious crash involving an overturned vehicle at the intersection of RT 33 and Schoolhouse Road (near the Jumping Brook Plaza).

While emergency services were responding, several motorists who witnessed the crash left their vehicles to assist the crash victims.

One of the Good Samaritans was an off-duty EMT from Lakewood who was riding a motorcycle and placed her helmet next to the bike before running over to provide medical aid. When she returned to the bike, her helmet was missing.

The helmet is described as a Scorpion T520 which is matte black/grey with a purple visor and Bluetooth communication device, valued at over $500.

Anyone with information in regards to this theft should contact Sgt. Blewitt at (732) 988-8000 ext. 762 or [email protected]. You can also submit an anonymous tip online at


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  1. we do not say “good samaritan” because they caused our ancestors much harm and were actually not good at all, they lived among us and hurt us,

    and hey, if they were so good how can it be that there aren’t any “good samaritans” left in the world? where are their children? grandchildren? where are all those real “good” samaritans?

    get the point?

    • Even worse, the term comes from the Christian bible and involves a maaseh that is specifically meant to show Jews (as opposed to a “good Samaritan”) in a bad light. It is an anti-Semitic term.

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