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Narcan Kit
Narcan Kit (Megan Madison, Townsquare Media)
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Free Narcan Training for Families in Ocean & Monmouth Counties

JSAS Healthcare is continuing its Opioid Overdose Prevention Project with free Narcan (naloxone) kits and training for families in Ocean and Monmouth Counties.

The training is open to anyone who is at risk of an opioid overdose themselves or to people whose family membe

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Senator Chris Connors
NJ Senator Chris Connors (R-9) (Facebook)
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Shore lawmakers call for stiffer heroin penalties

Measures in the state Legislature that would significantly increase sentencing guidelines for heroin dealers get a renewed push from the shore.

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A New Ally in the Overdose Battle

The Ocean and Monmouth County Prosecutors' Offices have announced a new partnership in the fight to stem the rising tide of heroin and opiate overdose deaths.

From now on, hospitals within the Meridian, Barnabas, and CentraState systems will provide free refills for the naloxone (Narcan) kits police officers use to bring patients back from the brink of death

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Next O.C. Prosecutor’s Drug Forum for 6th Graders and Older

The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office fight against heroin continues with another drug forum next month, expected to be powerful enough to get younger audience members wanting to continue the discussion, according to Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Anthony V. Pierro. 

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Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little, photo by Tom Mongelli, TSM News
Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little, photo by Tom Mongelli, TSM News
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Toms River Police Chief Settles into new Role

The media was Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little's biggest fear when he was promoted from Captain to top cop of Ocean County's largest community a little over a year ago. 

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Jashon Jamiel Brinson
Jashon Jamiel Brinson (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Not Guilty Plea in Fatal Drug Overdose of Seaside Mayor’s Son

A Lakewood  man pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Ocean County Superior Court to charges in connection with the fatal heroin overdose death of the Seaside Heights Mayor's son, according to the Asbury Park Press.

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