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3 Indicted in 2002 “Baby Bones” Case

FREEHOLD, NJ — Three New York City residents have been indicted on charges stemming from the 2002 death of a 9-year-old girl whose remains were found in central New Jersey three years later.

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Paterson Man Pleads Not Guilty in Ex-Girlfriend’s Death

PATERSON, N.J. — Prosecutors say a northern New Jersey man who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death a day after he was freed from a halfway house has pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons charges.

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Kyle Ogletree, 29, of Camden (Photo/ NJ's Office of the Attorney General)
Kyle Ogletree, 29, of Camden (Photo/ NJ's Office of the Attorney General)
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Bailed-Out Camden Drug Kingpin Arrested for Allegedly Selling Handgun

A high-ranking Bloods member was indicted today for allegedly selling a handgun and ammunition while he was free on bail in connection with a previous indictment accusing him of heading a narcotics network in Camden.

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Autumn Pasquale (File photo/ Clayon PD)
Autumn Pasquale (File photo/ Clayon PD)
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Media Denied Access in Autumn Pasquale Murder Case

A judge has denied news organizations access to court hearings in the case of two teenage brothers accused of killing 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale.

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NJ Pharmacist Nabbed for Fraudulent Prescriptions of Diet Drug

A New Jersey pharmacist is under arrest for allegedly creating fraudulent prescriptions  to obtain a weight-loss drug known to have a high potential for abuse.  State Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced the arrest today of 62 year old Joseph Chiodo Jr. of Morganville.

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Gavin Swiatek (NJ Office of Attorney General)
Gavin Swiatek (NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Ex-Rutgers Instructor Pleads Guilty in Child Porn Case

A former Rutgers instructor has admitted to using his office computer to share videos of child pornography over the Internet, according to NJ's Attorney General Jeff Chiesa. 

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Joshua Polanco, 21, of Camden (Photo courtesy of NJ Office of Attorney General)
Joshua Polanco, 21, of Camden (Photo courtesy of NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Camden Man Indicted, Is Accused in Armed Robbery, Police Shootout

A Camden man has been indicted in connection with the armed robbery of a Chinese restaurant that ended in a gun battle with officers in 2011.

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Tony Mack talks to reporters outside his Trenton home following FBI search of the home. (WPVI TV)
Tony Mack talks to reporters outside his Trenton home following FBI search of the home. (WPVI TV)
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Trenton Mayor Tony Mack Indicted in Extortion, Bribery Case

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's legal woes deepened today with an eight-count indictment handed up by a federal grand jury detailing extortion, bribery, mail and wire fraud counts.

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Camden Toddler Decapitation Update: Toxicology Tests Back for Mom

Toxicology tests show a New Jersey woman who decapitated her 2-year-old son and then killed herself in August had smoked PCP-laced marijuana.

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From left to right: Christopher Montana, Fernando Barrese (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
From left to right: Christopher Montana, Fernando Barrese (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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NJ Chiropractors Plead Guilty to Kickbacks

More than a year since their arrests, two North Jersey chiropractors pleaded guilty this week to accepting cash payments for patient referrals.

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