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Jay R. Goldberg (NJDOC)
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Convicted Killer Sentenced for Attempted Hit on Prosecutor

After Jay R. Goldberg finishes serving up to 20 years for the death of his neighbor in Little Egg Harbor, he'll start serving up to 20 more for trying to rub out the man who put him away.

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Dad Accused of Leaving Toddler in Car during Drug Binge

A Brick Township man who allegedly left his three-year-old son alone in their car while shooting heroin in a gas station rest room Saturday awaits a hearing in Monmouth's Ocean Township.

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Toms River Mom Faces Drug, Child Endangerment Counts

A 34-year-old mother from Toms River is charged with heroin possession and endangering the welfare of a child, allegedly found unconscious in her car with her two-year-old son Saturday in Monmouth's Ocean Township.

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Braulio Cruz
Braulio Cruz (Ocean County Dept. of Corrections)
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Thwarted Burglary in Toms River

A Toms River 47-year-old is being credited with foiling a burglary at his own house and pinning the suspect to the ground until police arrived.

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Jay Goldberg
Jay Goldberg (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Convict Charged with Planning Murder of OC Prosecutor Who Sent Him Away

The man convicted in the gunshot death of his neighbor in Little Egg Harbor five years ago now goes back to court - charged with planning to kill the lawyer who prosecuted the case for Ocean County.

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Area Men Used Postal Service for Pot

 

Monmouth County law enforcement officials seize almost 20 pounds of marijuana and arrest four Colts Neck men Monday as part of a month-long investigation.

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Martin Kiely
Martin Kiely (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Ex-Cop Charged with FEMA Fraud

A retired Hoboken police officer living in Highlands is accused of using a vacant house in the borough to collect almost $23,000 in federal aid connected to Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy.

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Looting, Defecating in Deal Yeshiva

The Saturday burglary of the Deal Yeshiva School is only part of a more sordid episode described by Ocean Township police.

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NJNG Applies for Rate Cut

New Jersey Natural Gas customers would see monthly bills lowered by anywhere from two to more than four percent starting in October, if applications filed today are approved by the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU)

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(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young
(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Three Charged, Two Collared for Toms River Heroin Death

Two suspects are in custody and another is sought, all accused of enabling a 23-year-old woman to die of a heroin overdose in Toms River in February 2013.

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Patrol Officers Raheem Carter and Kyle Kane (Ocean Township PD)
Patrol Officers Raheem Carter and Kyle Kane (Ocean Township PD)
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Ocean Township Police Help With a Very Special Delivery

Two Police Officers from Monmouth's Ocean Township earn their stork pins after delivering a baby boy in back of a taxi cab.

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New Jersey American Water Asks Customers to Conserve

Start conserving water now to prevent summertime restrictions. That's the message New Jersey American Water is sending to Monmouth County customers by asking them to water their lawns every other day.

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