Under New Jersey law, leaving a loaded firearm unsecured so that it ends up in a minor's hands is a disorderly-persons charge. Legislation that arose after a Toms River six-year-old was shot by his four-year-old friend is halfway to criminalizing it.
As college students spread out across the area for Winter break, there were many lecture halls filled with final exam takers this past week. But one class at Ocean County College had a different kind of exam - to help a local charity.
35-year-old Anthony Senatore of Toms River faces three years in prison after pleading guilty to leaving unsecured loaded weapons in his house that his 4-year-old son used to fatally shoot his 6-year-old freind last year...
The father of the four-year-old Toms River boy, who fatally shot his six-year-old friend last month while they were playing outside, was expected in court today, but according to his attorney, he will likely not be there.
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