A sobering reality: Narcan doesn't always reverse heroin overdoses. That warning from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office following the recent death of a Wall Township man who police were unable to revive with the opiate antidote.
The reality of the Jersey Shore's heroin epidemic hit home following the death Wednesday of a 50-year-old Wall Township man, who police were unable to revive with the Narcan (Naloxone) antidote, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
The Atlantic City 23-year-old who took a guilty plea to manslaughter and heroin distribution in the 2013 overdose death of a Barnegat man is sentenced to six years in prison. Authorities say it's the ninth prosecution of its kind in just over a year in Ocean County since implementation of New Jersey's Strict Liability Act.
A Manchester mother charged with hitting a parked car in her neighborhood and leaving the scene, is accused of driving drunk and having empty heroin bags while her five-and-seven-year-old children were unbelted in the back seat, according to Township police.
A Manchester motorcyclist is listed in stable condition after a Sunday crash in Toms River that sent him flying off his wheels and onto the pavement. However, when he recovers, he has drug charges to answer.
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