Atlantic City Child Rape Suspect Handed 9-Count Indictment
The Atlantic City suspect in a probe of juvenile sexual assaults, that allegedly occurred over a span of years, moves closer to trial, indicted today on nine counts by a grand jury.
Nearly 9,000 Atlantic City Streetlights Targeted for Brighter Replacements
Atlantic City officials, in collaboration with Atlantic City Electric and the NJBPU, plan to replace 8,638 fixtures with more intense and more efficient LED lights.
Serious Injuries for NY Man Hit by Car in Egg Harbor Township
A New York man, run down by a car Sunday night on the Black Horse Pike in EHT, remains hospitalized in Atlantic City with extensive injuries.
Knockout Death Means Manslaughter Charge for Mays Landing Man
The man accused of punching a bystander, who tried to stop him from allegedly attacking a woman in Hamilton Township last month, appears headed for trial in connection with his death.
Boyfriend Accused of Beating Egg Harbor Township Woman to Death
Investigators allege that Lashawn Smith took a hammer to Sarah Phillips repeatedly. She was pronounced dead shortly after police arrived.
EHT Shoplift Suspect Re-arrested for Threats, Witness Tampering
Less than a week after being cut loose to await a hearing for a shoplifting charge, the suspect from Atlantic City is re-arrested and charged with witness tampering and terroristic threats.
Pleasantville Cop Charged with Theft, Health Care Fraud
A stolen iPhone in Somers Point starts Atlantic County detectives on a trail that leads to eight charges against a Pleasantville police officer.
Probation for Ex-Galloway Rec Worker Who Took Camp Money
Jennifer DiLuzio will be required to repay the nearly $7,000 in camp registration fees that she collected and no longer be eligible for public-funded employment.
Atlantic City Death Leads to Manslaughter Charge for Camden Man
After clinging to life for nearly three weeks, an Atlantic City man dies of injuries that investigators believe were inflicted by a suspect from Camden.
Ex-Cape May Cop Sentenced for Embezzling $105K from PBA
Former Cape May police officer John Campbell serves six months home confinement and pays full restitution plus fines for pocketing $105,000 of his fellow officers' money in a four-year span.