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Accused shore heroin, cocaine supplier convicted on multiple counts

The defendant accused of pumping massive amounts of heroin and cocaine to the notorious Britt-Young Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO), which blanketed Ocean and Monmouth Counties, might spend decades in prison when he is sentenced in August.

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Joseph Talafous (NJ Attorney Genral's Office)
Joseph Talafous (NJ Attorney Genral's Office)
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Toms River ex-lawyer indicted on theft charges

A disbarred lawyer from Toms River appears headed for trial on allegations that he defrauded five clients out of $1,528,022 over nearly 11 years.

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Ex-lawyer from Toms River faces trial for theft

A disbarred lawyer who practiced in Jersey City and lived in Toms River risks five to 10 years in prison for each of two counts related to the alleged theft of almost $100,000 from an aged client.

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(L-R) Michael Bowerman and Brandon Myles
(L-R) Michael Bowerman and Brandon Myles (Toms River Police)
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Toms River mugging suspects captured

A day after a 76-year-old woman was mugged in a parking lot in Toms River, two suspects end up in the Ocean County Jail.

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Jersey City drug suspect arrested in Manchester

Circling a Manchester parking lot and arousing suspicions of police leads to drug charges against a suspect from Jersey City.

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Aberdeen lawyer accused of hiding $800,000 from taxman

A lawyer from Aberdeen, who allegedly got hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickback cash from doctors, is now charged with trying to hide it all from the Internal Revenue Service.

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Lawyer Indicted in Monmouth County, Allegedly Dipped into Family Estates

A Jersey City-based lawyer faces a possible trial in Monmouth County for allegedly skimming more than $469,000 from  the estates of two family members.

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Holmdel Businessman Admits Rigging Company Water Bills

A Hudson County business owner who lives in Holmdel awaits a January 2015 sentencing date for helping to evade Jersey City municipal water bills amounting to more than $100,000.

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Martin Kiely
Martin Kiely (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Ex-Cop Charged with FEMA Fraud

A retired Hoboken police officer living in Highlands is accused of using a vacant house in the borough to collect almost $23,000 in federal aid connected to Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy.

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Contractors Accused of Looting Sandy-Damaged Home They Repaired

Three home-repair contractors from Hudson County are accused of helping themselves to major appliances in the Sandy-ravaged Brick Township home they were supposed to fix.

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