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Catherine Derosa (Ocean Co. Dept. of Corrections)
Catherine Derosa (Ocean Co. Dept. of Corrections)
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Drug, hindering counts added to probation charge against Toms River woman

A woman sought for a probation violation, who allegedly hid her identity from Manchester police during a drug search Friday, lands in the Ocean County Jail in Toms River.

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Governor Chris Christie, Former Governor Jim McGreevey and Ocean County recovery client Rich Wilder, participate in a National Recovery Month press conference at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ heroin addict starting over with help from reentry program

Hooked on heroin as a teenager, Ocean County resident Rich Wilder spent years in and out of prison.

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Manchester: Dog bites cop during heroin chase, out-of-towners face opiate counts

A Manchester cop is attacked by a pit bull while chasing a suspected heroin dealer, and a Lakewood woman and an East Orange man are charged with opiate possession, in two episodes on the same day in the township.

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Karen Thompson (Ocean Co. Dept. of Corrections)
Karen Thompson (Ocean Co. Dept. of Corrections)
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Toms River woman accused of pushing heroin, opiates in Lacey

Bail is set at $200,000 for a Toms River woman who's suspected of being a pipeline for illicit drugs reaching Lacey Township and surrounding parts of southern Ocean County.

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Traffic stop in Ocean Township leads to three drug related arrests

A traffic stop on September 20 leads to three arrests after police in Ocean Township witnessed an alleged drug deal happening, where 50 bags of heroin were turned over to investigators.

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A panel (from left to right) Dr. Vikram Varma of Community Medical Center, Executive Director of the Partnership for a Drug Free New Jersey Angelo Valente, Ocean County Prosecutor Joe Coronato, Executive Assistant for the U.S. Attorney for the district of NJ Sabrina Comizzoli, and Newark DEA Special Agent in charge, Carl Kotowski speak on the dangers of drug addiction. (Vin Ebenau, Townsquare Media)
A panel (from left to right) Dr. Vikram Varma of Community Medical Center, Executive Director of the Partnership for a Drug Free New Jersey Angelo Valente, Ocean County Prosecutor Joe Coronato, Executive Assistant for the U.S. Attorney for the district of NJ Sabrina Comizzoli, and Newark DEA Special Agent in charge, Carl Kotowski speak on the dangers of drug addiction. (Vin Ebenau, Townsquare Media)
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Education: New Jersey’s strength against opioids and heroin

The heroin and opioid epidemic continues to grow not only in New Jersey, but across the nation. A team of panelists held a training session in Toms River this week to discuss how to curb the epidemic and instill more healthy alternatives.

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Convicted Britt-Young narcotics connection given 25 years

Demolition of the Britt-Young heroin and cocaine empire that plagued Ocean and Monmouth Counties in 2013 and 2014 reaches near completion, with the 25-year prison term handed to its Jersey City connection.

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Jason Venson (Monmouth Co. Prosecutor's Office)
Jason Venson (Monmouth Co. Prosecutor's Office)
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Eight charged, three on the run in Keansburg narcotics probe

Three of eight people suspected of using taverns in Keansburg to push narcotics remain fugitives, following disclosure of charges this past weekend by Monmouth County investigators.

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NJ’s bleak addiction outlook prompts regional review by MacArthur

Grim prospects for a turnaround in New Jersey's soaring heroin and opioid addiction bring shore and south Jersey officials on the frontlines into a joint assessment of conditions with Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3).

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Lacey couple busted on heroin charges

A Lacey couple has been arrested on heroin charges after police searched their Eagleswood Place home Wednesday night and found 514 folds, with a street value of about $5,000, according to Township Police Chief Michael C. DiBella.

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