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New Drug Threat Five Times Deadlier Than Heroin [AUDIO]

There is a new drug parents and law enforcement is being warned about, which has the look of heroin, but with five times the potency.

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Drugs, Cash Seized in Barnegat Arrests (Barnegat PD)
Drugs, Cash Seized in Barnegat Arrests (Barnegat PD)
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Three Suspects Charged, Car and Cash Seized in Barnegat Drug Bust

Three Barnegat people are under arrest and a plethora of drugs seized along with $27,000 in cash in a July 2 raid by township police

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NJ Cops Told to Enforce the “Overdose Prevention Act”

A statewide directive has been issued to law enforcement to ensure that police and prosecutors throughout New Jersey are well-informed regarding the requirements of the “Overdose Prevention Act” and fully comply with those requirements. The directive comes from acting State Attorney General John Hoffman.

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Rasan S. McGee (L) and Kenneth W. Staunton (Ocean County Prosecutors Office)
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Suspected Heroin Dealers Charged in Two Ocean County ODs

Two alleged heroin dealers head for trial on charges related to separate overdose deaths in Ocean County this year.

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Two More Heroin Arrests in Ocean County

A woman from Brick Township and a Seaside Park man are the latest to face heroin-possession counts as Ocean County's drug war rages on.

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Drug Displays (Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
Drug Displays (Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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Ocean County’s War On Drugs Ramps Up [AUDIO]

Ocean County law enforcement officials have launched a multi-phase approach to battle a dramatic increase in heroin addiction and overdose deaths in its boarders.

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Two from Neptune Nabbed in Monmouth County Drug Bust

Two Neptune men await court processing following narcotics raids at their homes that investigators say yielded heroin, cocaine, prescription meds, steroids and more.

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Four Arrested, 30 Bricks of Heroin Seized in Toms River Raid

A raid on a room at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Toms River yields at least 30 bricks of heroin, $11,800 cash, and four suspects.

Shane Roberts, 28, and Sherita Brown-Roberts, 35, both of the same address in Brick Township, are being held in the Ocean County Jail in Toms River following the Thursday arrests.

Bail for Shane Roberts was set at $300,000, and bail for Sherita Brown-Roberts was set at $175,000.

Also charged are Christine Sudanom 31, of Lakewood, and Joan Sudano, 56, of Brick.

Toms River Police Chief Mike Mastronardy says that members of the department's Special Enforcement Team entered the room on the strength of an authorized warrant.

They report finding 1513 wax folds of heroin with a street value of roughly $15,000 and 16 grams of cocaine in addition to the cash.

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Drug Suspect Collared On The Run, Say Manchester Police

A wild chase that erupted during a traffic stop in Manchester leaves two Toms River men facing drug and obstruction charges.

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3 Adults, 3 Juveniles Face Multiple Drug Counts in Toms River

Three Brick Township adults and three juveniles face a lengthy list of drug charges following a no-knock raid at a house in Toms River.

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