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Lakewood Man Charged with Sunday Pizzeria Break-In

A Lakewood 39-year-old is in the Ocean County Jail, accused of smashing his way into a township pizzeria and carting off three charity donation boxes containing cash Sunday morning.

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Brick Township Woman Sentenced to Five Years for Theft

The Brick Township woman who admitted siphoning money for more than three and a half years from the company that employed her can expect to spend five years in a New Jersey state prison.

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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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Pennsylvania Trucker Charged with Theft at Manchester Supermarket

Ever have that empty feeling in your gut when something you value disappears in an open area? It happened to a vendor at the Manchester Shop-Rite early Sunday, and police say a Pennsylvania man is responsible.

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Shore EMT Accused of Stealing from Patients

An emergency medical technician from Hazlet awaits trial, charged with stealing money from patients.

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Suspect in Aberdeen PNC Bank Holdup (Monmouth Co. Prosecutor's Office)
Suspect in Aberdeen PNC Bank Holdup (Monmouth Co. Prosecutor's Office)
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Dragnet Widens for Aberdeen Bank Heist Suspect

The search for the suspect who held up a bank in Aberdeen in broad daylight Monday intensifies with the release of his image captured on surveillance video.

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Powder, Pills Lead to Barnegat Busts

Parking lots in Barnegat get a higher level of police surveillance than several drug suspects apparently anticipated in the past week.

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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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Ex-Brokerage Exec from Manalapan Awaits Sentencing for Theft

The former Chief Financial Officer of a New York brokerage house who calls Manalapan home awaits sentencing for stealing about $1,000,000 from the company through false invoices.

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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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