Legislation that provides legal protection to people who violate the law while they are attempting to help a drug overdose victim, and those who administer overdose antidotes, has been signed into law.
Over 30 members of an alleged Atlantic City street gang are under arrest Tuesday after federal, state, and local officials conducted a series of investigations targeting one of the city's largest heroin distribution networks.
"We need to make people understand that this is a fight that we're going to try to win," so says Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato as the county continues to reduce the staggering number of overdose deaths that ended the year at 110 at last check.
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