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Are You Handing Out Prescription Painkillers? [AUDIO]

A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds most people who abuse prescription painkillers are getting them for free from friends and relatives, not rogue doctors or the black market.

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Interactive Heroin Video Educates Ocean Co. Students [VIDEO/AUDIO]

The first in a series of interactive videos aimed at educating teenagers about the dangers of drugs has been released by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

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Drug to Counter Heroin Overdose Available to Public [AUDIO]

A drug that can reverse a heroin overdose is closer to being in the hands of Ocean County police officers, but law enforcement won't be the only ones with access to it.

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Dr. Kenneth Lavelle demonstrates how to administer Narcan
Dr. Kenneth Lavelle demonstrates how to administer Narcan
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Ocean County Police Begin Narcan Training

Police in Ocean County are beginning training on how to administer a drug that would reverses opiate overdoses.

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Father, Son Charged in Brick Township Heroin Raid

A defaced .357 magnum handgun, 56 rounds of ammunition and a big array of drugs land a Brick Township man in jail, and his father faces charges as well.

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Suspected Druggie Snared by The Urge

A Holmdel 57-year-old might have to blame his bladder for his arrest on drug charges in Monmouth's Ocean Township.

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Suspected Pusher from Wall Township Arrested after Four-Month Probe

An alleged drug dealer from Wall Township is incarcerated in Freehold, suspected of being a veritable one-stop get-high shop for kids and teens all over southern Monmouth.

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Laced Heroin Causing Fatal Overdoses in East

Authorities say more than 80 people have died this year due to an increase in heroin laced with a powerful prescription drug.

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Drug Kingpins Would Risk Long Sentences under Shore-Based Bill

Responding to New Jersey's rampant heroin abuse problem, state legislators from Ocean County re-introduce a measure that would extend the sentences likely for convicted major drug pushers.

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Parents Made Aware of Heroin’s Danger [AUDIO]

Monmouth County's heroin epidemic is being brought to the attention of parents and children through a series of seminars titled "Heroin Kills."

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