92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: November 15
Three of the four teens who escaped the Egg Harbor City youth detention center are back in custody, and the one still at large is a suspected killer. They were tracked down in Bridgeton, where Michael Huggins allegedly shot a man to death in 2016.
The leader of Associated Humane Societies in New Jersey faces eight civil and criminal animal-cruelty counts, related to allegedly deplorable conditions at AHS in Newark. Charges against Roseann Trezza followed months of investigations by health officials and NJSPCA.
In Toms River, police are hunting for a pair of suspects in hoodies who smashed through the door of a Shell gas station on Fischer Boulevard November 5, and stole cash and smokes. They ask anyone who recognizes them in surveillance images to reach the detective bureau.
Opioid-addicted pregnant women and new moms in Ocean, Atlantic, Burlington, Middlesex and nine more counties can receive expanded treatment through health services that today won $5,000,000 in new contracts from the New Jersey Department of Health. The agencies are based in Camden, Trenton, Paterson, Somerset and Glassboro.
The Howell Township woman behind the wheel of the car that killed a man cleaning his property on the side of Friendship Road in 2015 moves closer to trial for aggravated manslaughter. Investigators alleged that Kathleen Mackey was under the influence of prescription medications.