The first use of electroshock technology by Monmouth County law enforcement since conductive energy devices were approved in New Jersey ends a 12-hour pursuit and standoff involving an alleged scofflaw in Highlands.
Jackson Township police didn't release the identity of the shopper who bit a sergeant - twice - during a parking-lot fracas, but they did charge her with obstruction, resisting arrest and aggravated assault on an officer.
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