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Fernando Madrigal
Fernando Madrigal (Ocean County Prosecutors Office)
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Perth Amboy Man Charged with Underage Sex Assault in South Toms River

The alleged sexual assault of two girls aged 11 and 14 in South Toms River leads investigators to a Perth Amboy 42-year-old who investigators say was known to both of them.

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Massive Shore Heroin Ring Exposed, Say Federal Agents

Fourteen suspects are rounded up and seven remain at large in what authorities say was a heroin and cocaine network that blanketed Ocean, Monmouth and Middlesex Counties.

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Steven M. Wisnowski, Ocean County Prosecutor's Office
Steven M. Wisnowski, Ocean County Prosecutor's Office
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“Tri-County Bank Robber” Suspect Faces Federal Judge

The Barnegat man suspected of seven bank holdups over three months in Ocean, Monmouth and Middlesex Counties enters his first federal court appearance in Newark today.

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Mariners Cove Motel Fire Ruled Accidental; Investigators Say Opiates Involved

The March 21 fire that gutted the Mariner Cove Motel in Point Pleasant and left four dead is ruled accidental.

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Suspect "Kevin Phillips"
Suspect "Kevin Phillips" (Brick Police)
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Con Suspect Sought by Brick Township Police

A character who apparently conned a woman out of most of her bank account is sought by Brick Township Police. They want to know if you recognize him.

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Toms River Man Wanted in Middlesex County Arrested

An expired inspection sticker has led to the arrest of a man wanted in Middlesex County on an outstanding bail warrant for hindering apprehension.

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(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young
(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Last of Three Suspects in Toms River Overdose Death Probe Nabbed

The case of a 2013 heroin overdose death in Toms River advances with the arrest of the last of three suspects, announced today by the office of Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato.

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(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young
(L-R) Pedro Valentin, Paul Robinson and Rufus Young (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Three Charged, Two Collared for Toms River Heroin Death

Two suspects are in custody and another is sought, all accused of enabling a 23-year-old woman to die of a heroin overdose in Toms River in February 2013.

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Waves from Superstorm Sandy pound the old Beach Patrol headquarters (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Superstorm Con Man Sentenced to Five Years

The Metuchen 33-year-old who admitted conning Superstorm Sandy victims and others out of some $55,000 for housing and cars he never delivered heads to prison for as many as five years.

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Metuchen Man Admits Conning Sandy Victims Out of $55,000

A Metuchen 33-year-old will likely spend three to five years in a state prison for conning Superstorm Sandy victims out of about $55,000.

In a Middlesex County courtroom, David Scott Ruddy admitted promising low-cost housing or cars to 13 victims, taking the money in advance, and leaving them twisting in the wind.

Ruddy, also known as David

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