Jackson PD’s Safety Citations reward protection-minded children
During autumn, Jackson Township police will reward children who use safety gear in cars or at play.
Former South Jersey fire chief sentenced for child porn distribution
The former chief of the Audobon Park Volunteer Firefighters is sentenced for using a firehouse computer to download and share child pornography.
Speeding leads more than 100 violations in Route 539 safety initiative
Ocean County Route 539 safety initiative yields no fatalities in a three-week span, but includes 109 speeding tickets among 268 drivers stopped.
Toms River officials join emerging opiate manufacturer litigation
The township with Ocean County's leading number of narcotic overdose deaths joins a lawsuit aimed at pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Manalapan check-kiting suspect’s bank fraud case begins
A Manalapan check-kiting suspect is accused of orchestrating a $530,000 bank-fraud scheme.
Accused of 6 heroin deals with narc, indicted on 29 counts
A suspected heroin dealer from Asbury Park awaits possible trial on a 29-count indictment, alleged to have transacted business with an undercover detective six times in two months.
Medford pharmacist convicted for narcotics distribution
A Medford pharmacist, found guilty of pushing oxycodone for several years, risks lengthy prison time and hefty fines.
Can you help Brick Township police crack credit card theft case?
A woman who allegedly spent up a storm on someone else's credit card is sought by Brick Township police.
GSP Exit 91 in Brick – new ramps opening up, roadwork winds down
The painstaking overhaul of this bustling highway interchange is nearly done.
Man shot dead by Brick police used handgun before confrontation, investigators say
Three women and three children huddled in a locked bedroom in Brick to ward off the gun-brandishing man shot by township police, according to Ocean County investigators.
Suspect in July Browns Mills stabbing death charged with murder
Chief suspect in a July stabbing death in Burlington County faces a murder charge.
AC firefighter, two others face up to 10 years for health care fraud
Three defendants admit defrauding the state public worker health benefit system for $50,000,000.