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Missing Woman Remembered in Seaside Park

On Wednesday, June 25, 2014, friends and family will gather in Seaside Park to remember Julia Madsen.

Madsen has been missing since 2009, when she went for a walk in Seaside Park and never returned

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Deborah L. Tadych
Deborah L. Tadych (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Brick Woman Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Homicide

A Brick Township woman pleaded guilty on Monday to a charge of Second Degree Vehicular Homicide in connection to a deadly crash in 2012.

Ocean County Prosecutors say 61-year-old Deborah L. Tadych was driving without headlights while traveling southbound in the northbound lane of Herbertsville Road on December 18, 2012, when she struck the car being driven by 65-year-old Susan Steeper of Brick

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Joshua Lott, Getty Images
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Organized Crime Crushing Retailers [AUDIO]

Retailers nationwide continue to lose about $30 billion a year due to organized crime operations, according to a new report from the National Retail Federation.

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Toms River Burglary Suspect Sought

Toms River Police are asking for your help in identifying a suspected burglar.

The man seen in this surveillance video is accused of using a pry bar to force open the back door of the Azteca Restaurant on Route 9 on March 23, 2014.  He then forced open the cash register and stole about $100 before fleeing on a bicycle.

Anyone with in

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Monmouth Brothers Charged in “Runner” Scheme

A pair of brothers from Monmouth County were the alleged ringleaders in a scheme to recruit accident victims as clients for attorneys, doctors and chiropractors.

50-year-old Anhuar Bandy and 53-year-old Karim Bandy, both of Colts Neck, are among 12 people listed in a 45-page indictment obtained by the State Attorney General's Office

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Suspected Credit Card Thief
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Lakewood Police Seek Suspect

Lakewood Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspected credit card thief.

The man shown in this surveillance image allegedly used a stolen credit card at several locations, including the New Hampshire Avenue CVS, between March 2nd and March 9th

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Rx Takeback Day Is This Saturday

It's the perfect time for spring cleaning, and that includes your medicine cabinet.

Law enforcement agencies across the country and around the Shore will participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014

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Lakewood car jacking suspect
Lakewood car jacking suspect (Lakewood Police)
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Police Seek Suspected Carjacker

Lakewood Police have released a sketch of the suspect in this month's carjacking.

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Two Men Charged in Break-In at Toms River Walmart

Two men are facing charges after they allegedly broke into a storage enclosure at the Toms River Walmart.

Police say 40-year-old Thomas A. Palmarini of Toms River and 56-year-old David G. Lemon of Bayville used a bolt cutter to break the lock on a gated enclosure used for storing commercial and automotive batteries

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Lawyer, Owner Charged in Senior Citizen Scheme

A prominent Atlantic County attorney and the owner of an in-home senior care company have been arrested for allegedly conspiring to steal the life savings of elderly clients, the Attorney General's office announced Thursday.

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