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Lightning Eyed as Possible Cause of Natural Gas Fire in Toms River

Investigations aren't complete, but New Jersey Natural Gas officials conjecture that lightning during sporadic rain squalls Sunday might have contributed to the flames that began spouting from their regulating station in downtown Toms River.

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Long Branch Landscaper Charged with Sandy Gouging

Operators of a Long Branch landscaping company face post-Sandy gouging charges filed by the office of acting New Jersey Attorney General John J. Hoffman.

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Gerald Snyder (Howell Police)
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Howell Burglary Suspect No Longer One Step Ahead of Law

The man said to have outrun law enforcement after a home burglary last Saturday is now in custody.

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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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Monmouth Brothers Charged in “Runner” Scheme

A pair of brothers from Monmouth County were the alleged ringleaders in a scheme to recruit accident victims as clients for attorneys, doctors and chiropractors.

50-year-old Anhuar Bandy and 53-year-old Karim Bandy, both of Colts Neck, are among 12 people listed in a 45-page indictment obtained by the State Attorney General's Office

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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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Monmouth County Courthouse (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
Monmouth County Courthouse (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Neptune Township Man Held in St. Patrick’s Day Shooting Probe

A Neptune Township 21-year-old risks spending nearly as much time in prison as he's lived so far, if convicted and sentenced for attempted murder related to a shooting there last St. Patrick's Day.

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Site of fatal pedestrian accident/google maps
Site of fatal pedestrian accident/google maps
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Boy Killed by Car in Keansburg

An 11-year-old boy has died after being hit by a car in Keansburg, according to police. The accident happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday at Forest and Park Avenues.

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Admitted Wife-Killer Given 27 Years in Prison

The Eatontown husband who confessed to killing his estranged wife in 2011, burying her remains in a shallow grave near the Parkway in Aberdeen, and leaving two sons motherless, can expect to spend up to 27 years behind bars.

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Keyport Robbery Suspect/photo courtesy of the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office
Keyport Robbery Suspect/photo courtesy of the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office
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Keyport Gas Station Holdup Suspect Nabbed

Surveillance video leads investigators probing an armed robbery at a Keyport service station to a suspect in nearby Matawan.

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