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Matthew Wolny
Matthew Wolny (Monmouth County Prosecutors Office)
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Child Porn Suspect Accused of Getting Images at Ocean County YMCA

New and troubling allegations surface in connection with the Jackson man charged with child pornography distribution. Matthew Wolny allegedly used a camera hidden in a gym bag at the Ocean County YMCA in Toms River where he maintained membership.

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Victoria Geremonte (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
Victoria Geremonte (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Former Employee of Lakewood Firm Charged with Theft

A former employee of a Lakewood oil tank removal company faces trial, accused of skimming more than $75,000 over the course of three and a half years until June 2012.

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Hurricane Sandy
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Use of Sandy Funds Turns Into Political Battle in Brick Township [AUDIO]

Is Superstorm Sandy being used as a political football in Brick Township?

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Partying at F Cove in Brick
Partying at F Cove in Brick (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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The Party’s Over at F-Cove [AUDIO]

Do not expect to see wild boat parties or DJs blasting music from barges in two man-made lagoons in Ocean County anymore.

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Brick Cop Recovering From Pickup Dragging

Authorities say a southern New Jersey police officer is recovering from injuries suffered when he was dragged about 250 feet by a pickup truck driven by a man who later led officers on a high-speed chase through several towns.

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Brick Twp. Man Acquitted in Fatal Boat Crash Trial

A southern New Jersey man has been cleared of all charges stemming from a 2008 New Jersey boat crash that killed one person and injured four.

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Home destroyed in Brick by Sandy
Home destroyed by Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Brick Township Launches Hazards Mitigation Surveys [AUDIO]

An Ocean County community is hiring three engineering firms to conduct in-depth surveys of Superstorm Sandy home damage to come up with a natural hazards mitigation plan.

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Jury Deliberations Start in Fatal NJ Boat Crash Trial

Jury deliberations have started in the trial of a man accused of a 2008 New Jersey boat crash that killed one person and injured four.

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Trial Ending in Deadly NJ Boat Crash

Closing arguments are underway at the trial of a man accused of a 2008 New Jersey boat crash that killed one person and injured four.

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Camp Osborne in Brick
Camp Osborne in Brick where 104 homes burned at the end of the hurricane. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Winter Storm Means More Costs For Shore Towns [POLL/AUDIO]

The winter storm could not come at a worse time for municipalities still financially hurting from a Superstorm and two Nor'easters.

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