The man suspected of fueling the Britt-Young DTO drug network in Ocean and Monmouth Counties could spend anywhrere from 10 years to life in prison if he's convicted of the most serious of five federal charges.
Health experts, lawmakers and residents agree that New Jersey is in the throes of a heroin epidemic. In an effort to combat the problem, One state lawmaker who is also a practicing physician, is now helping a colleague spearhead an effort to require health insurers to cover pain medications designed to reduce addiction and abuse.
Sentencing is scheduled July 27 for the driver who Monday took responsibility for the death of an off-duty Watchung police officer from Brick, in a crash almost one year ago at a busy Jackson intersection.
Joseph Marsh, the Toms River 28-year-old who Monday admitted running down an 84-year-old man with his car in South Toms River in December 2013 might face significant time behind bars, under the plea deal he struck with prosecutors.
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