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  • Celebrity Stylist from Cherry Hill NJ Sued by Model for Hair Cutting Accident

    November 03, 2016

    A celebrity stylist from Camden County is currently facing a personal injury lawsuit stemming from a hair-cutting accident that reportedly injured a model. Martino Cartier is the owner of popular salons in Cherry Hill NJ and Sewell NJ. His Cherry Hill salon was prominently featured on a Bravo network reality TV series, leading to increased exposure for […]

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  • Camden NJ Murder Suspect Set for Extradition from Tennessee

    October 27, 2016

    A Camden NJ man accused of murdering an eight-year-old girl is still awaiting extradition back to New Jersey after being apprehended by law enforcement in Tennessee. The suspect, 18-year-old Tyhan Brown, allegedly shot and killed eight-year-old Gabrielle “Gabby” Hill Carter in August 2016. Carter was riding her bicycle in the Camden neighborhood around her family’s residence when […]

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  • FBI Cracks Down on Human Trafficking, 29 Suspects Arrested in New Jersey

    October 26, 2016

    Federal authorities recently arrested hundreds of people accused of human trafficking in the U.S., including 29 individuals in New Jersey. The underage human trafficking sting operation was spearheaded by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), with FBI agents coordinating with local law enforcement agencies and police departments around the country as they worked to capture pimps and […]

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  • SUV Strikes, Kills Pedestrian on Route 73 in Evesham Township, NJ

    October 18, 2016

    Law enforcement is investigating a fatal pedestrian accident on Route 70 in Evesham Township, NJ. The tragic accident occurred a short time after 6:30 a.m. in the Marlton area of Evesham Township, New Jersey. The victim, a 52-year-old Camden NJ woman, was attempting to cross the road in the area of Route 73 when a Ford Explorer […]

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  • Federal Study Finds That Prescription Drug Abuse Is on the Rise in the US

    September 28, 2016

    Prescription painkiller abuse by Americans is becoming more and more prevalent as doctors routinely prescribe the medication to patients. The rise in prescription drug abuse is particularly alarming when considering that more people in the U.S. used prescription painkillers than smoked cigarettes last year. A recent study conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services […]

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  • Man Pleads Guilty to Violently Killing Camden NJ Woman, Setting Fire to Body

    September 15, 2016

    The defendant in a Camden NJ homicide case is set to spend 30 years in state prison after pleading guilty to first degree murder charges. The suspect was 24 years old when he committed the brutal murder on February 8, 2013. According to Camden County prosecutors, the suspect attacked the 38-year-old victim at an abandoned house […]

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  • Camden County Police Investigate Overdoses on “Batman” Heroin in New Jersey

    September 14, 2016

    Heroin overdoses are on the rise throughout New Jersey. For example, Camden NJ law enforcement is investigating a recent rash of heroin overdoses related to heroin stamped with “Batman.” According to Camden New Jersey authorities, there have been more than 20 heroin OD victims in the past week who went to Cooper University Health Care in […]

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  • Police Search for Man Who Allegedly Robbed TD Bank in Gloucester Township, NJ

    September 13, 2016

    Police in Gloucester Township NJ are searching for a man accused of committing a bank robbery in the Blackwood area of the township. The bank robbery went down around 10:30 a.m. at the TD Bank located on College Drive in Gloucester Township, New Jersey. The suspect reportedly walked into the bank building, approached a bank teller, and […]

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  • US Surgeon General Comes to New Jersey to Discuss Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic

    September 01, 2016

    The US Surgeon General, Vivek H. Murthy, recently visited New Jersey to talk about the problem of prescription painkiller abuse that is causing countless emergency room visits and overdose deaths all across the country. Prescription opioid abuse is a particular problem in the Garden State, so it is fitting that Murthy came to NJ as part of […]

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  • Health Officials Worry about Rise in Overdose Deaths from Fake Xanax Laced with Fentanyl

    August 30, 2016

    With more and more people dying as a result of prescription drug overdoses, law enforcement officials and medical experts now have to worry about a new threat: fake Xanax pills. In recent months, emergency rooms across the United States, including Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania, have started to see an increasing number of patients who have […]

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