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Animal cruelty counts for dog drowning

The Toms River man accused of leaving his dog to die in a pickup truck after it fell into the Toms River last March faces trial on two counts of animal cruelty and one count of criminal mischief.

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Boating safety begins on shore

The warmer weather means New Jersey’s waterways are getting crowded, and if history is any indication, there will be dozens of accidents on the water this summer, along with a handful of casualties.

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Boat Capsizes off Sea Bright

Four people are expected to be okay after a 20-foot boat capsized off Sea Bright Sunday afternoon, sending them into the chilly Shrewsbury River, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

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Trouble at Oyster Creek: No, not the nuclear plant – the creek

Oyster Creek's got troubles, and the nuclear plant has nothing to do with it. But underwater tidal action has everything to do with it.

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The pick up truck police say Andrew Meyer drove on to the Toms River is pulled out of the water.
The pick up truck police say Andrew Meyer drove on to the Toms River is pulled out of the water. (Ocean County Freeholders)
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Sunken pickup raised from Toms River, driver charged with animal cruelty

The driver of a pickup truck that sank in the Toms River after ice under it gave way March 1 has been charged with animal cruelty and the truck recovered.

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HH-65 Dolphin Coast Guard helicopter (US Coast Guard)
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Missing Jetskier Reappears, None the Worse for Wear

The 68-year-old jetskier who touched off a lengthy search late Tuesday in Stone Harbor shows up stranded in Great Sound in Cape May County.

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A crew member from Coast Guard Station Cape May throws a heaving line to another station Coast Guard member who is aboard a disabled 44-foot catamaran after the boat lost steering approximately six miles offshore from Cape May Inlet
A crew member from Coast Guard Station Cape May throws a heaving line to another station Coast Guard member who is aboard a disabled 44-foot catamaran after the boat lost steering approximately six miles offshore from Cape May Inlet. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class James Pappas)
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Catamaran Captain Rescued Six Miles Off Cape May

A catamaran adrift in churning seas off Cape May Inlet is rounded up with no injuries or incidents, and the captain's being credtied for prelaunch prep and quick thinking.

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U.S. Coast Guard photo by Fireman Michael Deugwillo
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Fireman Michael Deugwillo
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Coast Guard Rescues Stranded Boaters Off Cape May

The Coast Guard assists four people stranded on a disabled 44-foot sailboat about one mile offshore from Cape May Inlet Saturday.

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Shark Warning: Don't Believe The Hype (Facebook)
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Beware of Shark…No, Beware of Hoax

A warning about shark sightings off Belmar that gives the appearance of being issued by the U.S. Coast Guard is a fake.

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Heart Victim on Pleasure Cruise Rescued off Toms River Coast

A 66-year-old woman on an ocean voyage suddenly ends up in stable condition at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune after suffering a heart episode about 20 miles in the Atlantic off Toms River.

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