Asbury Park NJ Man Allegedly Caught with Liquid PCP after Violating Final Restraining Order

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Asbury Park NJ Man Allegedly Caught with Liquid PCP after Violating Final Restraining Order

Ocean Township NJ police recently arrested an Asbury Park man accused of violating a restraining order. The 32-year-old suspect was a passenger in a car that was pulled over around 10:18 a.m. in the vicinity of the Seaview Square Mall in Ocean Township, New Jersey. When the Ocean Township patrol officer ran a check on… Continue Reading

Oceanport NJ Man Allegedly Drove Under Influence of Drugs, Hit West Long Branch Officer

The Oceanport NJ man who crashed into a West Long Branch police officer’s vehicle was allegedly high on drugs. The scary accident occurred in early November 2015, shortly after a high school football game at Shore Regional High School in West Long Branch, NJ. The police officer who sustained injuries in the crash was directing… Continue Reading

Middletown Doctor Pleads Guilty to Distributing Oxycodone, Prescription Forgery

A Middletown doctor recently pleaded guilty to charges for distribution of oxycodone, as well as unlawful practice of medicine, after he was indicted for allegedly using another doctor’s name to write fraudulent prescriptions for the painkiller oxycodone. The doctor in question, 53-year-old Middletown resident Kenneth Lewandowski, operated a pain management practice in Red Bank before his license… Continue Reading

Ocean Twp. Arrests for Heroin Possession, Burglary

Ocean Township police made multiple arrests recently in two unrelated cases, one of which involved a Union Beach woman charged with heroin possession and other drug crimes, while the other involved a man accused of burglary at a local residence. Interestingly, although these crimes seem vastly different, their legal ramifications overlap in a number of… Continue Reading

Two Arrested in Long Branch, Accused of Dealing Heroin, Other Drugs

After an extensive investigation into narcotics distribution in Long Branch, Monmouth County authorities raided a local residence where they reportedly discovered over 4,000 bags of heroin, weapons, and other controlled dangerous substances. Two of the home’s occupants were subsequently charged with a myriad of serious drug and weapons offenses. According to acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni, members of… Continue Reading

Ocean Twp. Detectives Arrest Man on Drug and Weapons Charges

Detectives from the Ocean Township Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Bureau recently arrested a Manalapan man for a number of alleged drug and weapons offenses after stopping the driver of the vehicle he was traveling in for a traffic violation. Authorities charged 28-year-old Manalapan resident Brian Joseph with possession of heroin, possession of heroin with intent… Continue Reading

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