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Ronald Teschner, the man accused of killing Jacqueline Terrulli and hiding her body after setting her Ocean Township mansion on fire in September, had several outbursts in court during a hearing Thursday including one that could be taken as a threat at the prosecutor on the case.

Neptune Police say they had no choice but to shoot a dog that attacked at them as they were rescuing someone from a house fire.

As expected Governor Murphy has signed a measure into law that gives unauthorized immigrants the right to get driver's licenses.

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