An extended burglary spree means six years in prison for Phillip W. Campos of Vineland. The 49-year-old was sentenced today in Ocean County Superior Court in Toms River for several 2012 lootings in Atlantic City and Absecon.
New Jersey's online gambling industry experienced its first monthly revenue decline in April. It's not a big deal, according to experts, but they say online operators could benefit from a number of changes.
A convicted felon from Atlantic City who admitted being the enforcer of heroin trade in public housing complexes in the city faces as much as 50 years in prison at his sentencing, scheduled for July 22.
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