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(Woolley-Boglioli Funeral Home/Townssquare Media NJ)
(Woolley-Boglioli Funeral Home/Townssquare Media NJ)
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Long Branch massacre survivor loses family, soulmate to ‘senseless violence’

Mary Ann Schulz was the oldest victim in the shooting that authorities say was carried out by 16-year-old Scott Kologi.

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(L-R) Preston Taylor, Sarah Stern, Liam McAtasney
Liam McAtasney, Sarah Stern and Preston Taylor. (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Lawyer says friend made up ‘horror film’ story about killing Sarah Stern

Monmouth County prosecutors say the 20-year-old Neptune City man killed 19-year-old Sarah Stern on Dec. 2, 2016, during a robbery.

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Monmouth County Prosecutor Chrisopher Gramiccioni at a press conference
Monmouth County Prosecutor Chrisopher Gramiccioni at a press conference (Monmouth County Prosecutor's OFffice)
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Long Branch massacre: Teen’s court appearance remains closed to public

A cursory retention hearing takes place on Wednesday followed by a probable cause hearing on Friday.

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Shooting Tragedy in Long Branch
Scott, Linda and Steven Kologi in a photo posted by Linda in September 2016 on her Facebook page.
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Autism not a defense in Long Branch family murder case, expert says

Media outlets have reported that the 16-year-old charged with killing four people was a special needs student who was on the autism spectrum, which would not be enough of a defense.

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Louis Hochman
Louis Hochman
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Long Branch massacre — Hundreds honor 4 shot dead on NYE

"They were just wonderful people. There's not enough words in the world to sum up how great they were," Shannon Nutley said of the Kologi family.

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(NJ Department of Corrections)
(NJ Department of Corrections)
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NJ man who raped woman he thought was virgin teen says crime not that ‘depraved’

Danny Flores, 25, admitted raping a then-25-year-old woman on the evening of July 15, 2014, after she had left study session at Starbucks.

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Shooting Tragedy in Long Branch
Scott, Linda and Steven Kologi in a photo posted by Linda in September 2016 on her Facebook page.
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Long Branch teen ‘riddled’ family with shots at close range, prosecutor says

New details released in the New Year's Eve slaying of the Kologi family.

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Ahmad Khan Rahimi
Ahmad Khan Rahimi (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)
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How NJ is trying to prevent terror attacks in 2018

Homeland Security officials in New Jersey are working around the clock to prevent a new attack.

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(Linda Kologi via Facebook)
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Jersey Shore family massacre: ‘Good’ people, private struggles, inexplicable end

Here is what we know so far about the New Year's Eve quadruple homicide in Long Branch

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(Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
(Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Asbury Park man stabbed to death on New Year’s Eve — Have you seen this man?

This was one of at least two homicides that ended the year in Monmouth County.

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