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Union, NJ man who pleaded guilty in fatal beating gets 22-year sentence overturned
Yves Marcellus, of Union, won his appeal and can withdraw his guilty plea in the July 2016 beating death of Matthew Murrell.
Elderly NJ man with lengthy rap sheet charged with robbery again
Criminal records going back three decades show Michael Swift, 70, has a pattern of getting in trouble for robberies.
NJ doctor made $130,000 off illegal cancer drug scheme
Jon Paul Dadaian made $130,500 over six years by ordering cancer medications and reselling them to unauthorized distributors.
Two charged with murder of Camden, NJ teen in botched robbery, officials say
Camden teen Yahmir Catoe was shot and killed Saturday, May 14 at Rev. Evers Park, prosecutors said.
Camden, NJ cop, 22, killed in tragic motorcycle accident
Daniel Adler, 22, was killed Thursday riding a motorcycle less than two months into his service as a full-time officer, according to reports.
Accused Buffalo shooter named NJ’s Lakewood, Toms River in anti-Semitic manifesto
The manifesto officials said was posted by Payton Gendron called the activities of Hasidic Jews "deplorable" and laments "Hasidic community growth and its impact" in New Jersey.
Victim bites back in Morristown, NJ sex assault, cops say
The victim of a sexual assault in Morristown, NJ bit down on her attacker's genitals to get free, according to an affidavit.
Married Trenton, NJ pharmacy owners face opioid distribution, tax evasion charges
Healthcare Pharmacy in Trenton, NJ distributed over 2.7 million oxycodone pills through 2017, including knowingly to street-level drug dealers, prosecutors said.
Bayonne, NJ man injured 2, popped 11 tires with deflation devices, cops say
Police described the devices as sharp, 4-prong metal objects designed to puncture tires, but two people were injured among the flats.
Detective’s testimony gets new trial for convicted child-molesting NJ skating rink owner
An appeals court ruling Tuesday found it improper for a detective to give "opinion testimony" at the trial of a Franklin man accused of sexually assaulting a minor, recording her without consent, and showing her pornography.