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December 2012 Archives

Drug ring bust nets 50 in heroin scheme

Accused drug criminals who work together sometimes face serious charges as a group, also. More than 50 people were apprehended for alleged drug crimes after officers in Monmouth County executed a search operation. That effort reportedly halted a drug distribution ring that was involved in the distribution of 10,000 bags of heroin each week, according to prosecutors.

Man faces 10 years in prison for $20 crime

A man from Jersey City could face as long as 10 years' prison time for a sandwich shop robbery that yielded a $20 haul, according to local authorities. The man, who was convicted of the 2011 robbery in early December, reportedly threatened workers at the store before making off with the cash in their tip jar. Locals are calling the conviction a victory for area small business owners, but others wonder whether the severe sentence really fits the size of the crime in this felony case.

NTSB seeks New Jersey-style mandatory DUI ignition interlock law

The five-member National Transportation Safety Board announced this week that it would like all states to pass DUI laws like the one in New Jersey. That is to say, New Jersey and 16 other states currently have laws requiring convicted DUI offenders -- even first-time drunk drivers -- to install ignition interlock devices on their cars.

Parents accused of beating school-aged boy

A 32-year-old woman and her husband are facing charges related to child abuse after reportedly beating their 6-year-old child to the point of bruising and scarring. Authorities report that the couple is mounting a criminal defense in connection with the case. The boy's mother, who was on the run for more than two months, has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child and child abuse, according to local law enforcement.

Spanish teacher faces sex abuse charges

A 31-year-old middle school Spanish teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting one of her students. The woman faces felony charges in connection with the incident, including first-degree aggravated sexual assault, second-degree sexual assault and endangering a child. She is also charged with an additional count of showing obscene material to a minor, according to local authorities.

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