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Robert Mucha (U.S. Immigrations & Customs Enforcement)
Robert Mucha (U.S. Immigrations & Customs Enforcement)
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Did Suspected Child Abuser Leave Victims in Lakewood?

A Newton 56-year-old arrested in July for kiddie porn later admitted luring a 15-year-old to Pennsylvania for sex and having erotic fantasies about child cannibalism, say federal investigators. Now they want to know if Robert Mucha's alleged victims include any children in Lakewood, where he spent time as a drum and bugle corps instructor several years ago.

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Former Penn State University president Graham Spanier (Justin K. Aller, Getty Images)
Former Penn State University president Graham Spanier (Justin K. Aller, Getty Images)
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Former Penn State President Says He Was Abused

Graham Spanier says he wouldn't have ignored child sexual-abuse complaints as Penn State's president because he was beaten repeatedly as a child.

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Flickr User USCPSC
Flickr User USCPSC
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Beer In Child’s Sippy Cup Lands Phoenix Mom In Jail

There seems to be head-scratching stories across the nation daily, but an incident in Phoenix takes it to a whole different level.

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Hearing Held In Child Sex Abuse Case Of Former Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky
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Jerry Sandusky’s Delay Request Denied

Jerry Sandusky's child sex-abuse trial remained on track to start next week after a Pennsylvania appeals court on Friday turned down his latest request for a delay.

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Jerry Sandusky
Jerry Sandusky (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Penn State Scandal Boosts Calls to NJ’s Hotline

New Jersey's child abuse hotline has seen an increase in calls in the wake of the Penn State sex scandal.

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What Do You Consider Excessive Punishment On Your Children?

According to a New Jersey court,

A slap on the face constitutes excessive corporal punishment if it’s hard enough to leave a handprint and bruising.

This is coming on the heels of a child welfare case in which a woman slapped her 8-yea

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April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month [AUDIO]

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the New Jersey Department of Children and Families is asking residents be extra aware and watch out for the signs of abused or exploited children.

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Is Using A Belt Child Abuse?

According to NJ.com, workers at a Vineland preschool called DYFS when a 4 year-old girl showed up with bruises and welts on her face and body after a severe belt lashing.  The mother, a 37 year old from Millville has been arrested.  Check out this quote from a source inside Cumb

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Jeff Swensen, Getty Images
Jeff Swensen, Getty Images
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Penn State Scandal Sparks Legislative Debates

The Penn State University child sex abuse scandal has prompted state lawmakers across the nation to take another look at laws designed to protect children and punish child predators.

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More Trouble For DYFS?

Yesterday we told you about a federal monitor report showing that while progress was being made in New Jersey's child welfare system, more could be done.  Today, a state DYFS worker has been accused of child endangerment.

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