As the debate continues on gun violence and how best to prevent it, one Garden State lawmaker is urging all Central New Jersey residents to turn in any automatic or semi-automatic weapons they may have lying around the house, during a special gun buy-back program being held at the end of this week.
Governor Chris Christie has created a bi-partisan task force to look at what causes gun violence including; mental health issues, addiction, gun laws, school safety and the level of violence in society.
Three New Yorkers suspected of roles in the nearly eight-year-old "Baby Bones" case in Monmouth County now await court proceedings, following indictments handed up today in Freehold. The discovery of a preteen's charred remains in 2005 in Upper Freehold captured national attention.
Under current New Jersey law, all burglary offenses are third-degree crimes, unless a burglar was armed with an explosive or deadly weapon or had inflicted or threatened to inflict bodily injury on any victims.
An ex-con set a car and a house ablaze in his lakeside neighborhood to lure firefighters, then opened fire on them, killing two, engaging in a shootout with police and committing suicide while several homes burned.
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