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Former Bay Head Police Chief Sentenced For Theft

A judge has sentenced former Bay Head Police Chief Charles Grace to three years in prison for stealing thousands of dollars from the town and the police union.

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South Jersey Doctor Sentenced For Fraud

A southern New Jersey doctor has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for charging Medicare for house calls she claimed were longer than they actually were.

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Jonathan Lafontaine (Passaic County Sheriff's Department)
Jonathan Lafontaine (Passaic County Sheriff's Department)
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Man Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal NJ Street Brawl

A northern New Jersey man accused of stabbing another man during a street brawl has pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons charges, claiming he acted in self-defense.

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NJ Health Agency Operator Denies Cheating Medicaid

The operator of a home health aide agency in Cranford, N.J., is denying charges she submitted phony bills to Medicaid and organizations serving Medicaid patients.

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Five Charged in String of NJ Carjackings

Five northern New Jersey men are facing federal charges for a string of armed carjackings and attempted carjackings in Essex County.

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Three Doctors Admit Taking Bribes From NJ Medical Lab

Federal prosecutors say three New Jersey doctors have admitted accepting tens of thousands of dollars in bribes from a medical lab to send their patients' blood samples to the company.

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Ex-NJ Mail Carrier Sentenced For Delivering Cocaine

A former New Jersey mail carrier who used her daily route to move cocaine shipments in falsely addressed packages has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison.

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Jersey City Man Charged With Fatally Stabbing Friend

Murder charges have been filed against a Jersey City man accused of fatally stabbing an acquaintance, the city's third slaying in the past six days.

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Daniel Rochat (Bergen County Prosecutor's Office)
Daniel Rochat (Bergen County Prosecutor's Office)
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Wood-Ridge Man Accused of Killing Elderly Widow

A northern New Jersey man has been indicted on felony murder and numerous charges in the death of an elderly widow whose body was found inside her burning home last year.

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Juan Stevens (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
Juan Stevens (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
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NJ Correction Officer Indicted over Sex Assaults

A state correction officer from Burlington County has been indicted on charges that he impersonated a law enforcement officer to sexually assault four women.

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