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NEW JERSEY CONSIDERING LAW TO BAN TEXTING AND WALKING

A New Jersey assemblywoman has introduced legislation that would make it illegal to send and receive text messages or to otherwise use a handheld device while in a crosswalk or walking along a public street.

LAB TECH CHARGED WITH FAKING RESULT IN DRUG CASE

NEARLY 8,000 NEW JERSEY CRIMINAL CASES IN JEOPARDY

New Jersey state police say a lab technician falsified the results in a drug case last December, causing nearly 8,000 drug convictions in New Jersey to come into question. The technician, Kamalkant Shah, was apparently observed by investigators writing test results for a substance that he never tested, a process known as "dry labbing." Shah was relieved of his duties on December 10, and has remained suspended without pay ever since, though it is believed that he has officially retired. He has not been charged with a crime.

LAB TECH CHARGED WITH FAKING RESULT IN DRUG CASE

NEARLY 8,000 NEW JERSEY CRIMINAL CASES IN JEOPARDY

New Jersey state police say a lab technician falsified the results in a drug case last December, causing nearly 8,000 drug convictions in New Jersey to come into question. The technician, Kamalkant Shah, was apparently observed by investigators writing test results for a substance that he never tested, a process known as "dry labbing." Shah was relieved of his duties on December 10, and has remained suspended without pay ever since, though it is believed that he has officially retired. He has not been charged with a crime.

WATER CONTAMINATION CONCERN IN NEW JERSEY

In light of national scandal involving high levels of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, officials across the country, including New Jersey, have found it prudent to determine whether similar problems exist in their states. In January, 2016, New Jersey state officials were put on notice of concerns about the toxicity levels in drinking water at a dozen systems across the state. They include the Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority; the Raritan, Logan and Pennsgrove systems of New Jersey American; the Montclair Water Bureau; Greenwich Township; Garfield Water Department; Rahway Water Department; Brick Township; Paulsboro Water Department; Orange Water Department; and South Orange Water Department.

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CRIME BOSS SENTENCED

New York resident Matthew Madonna, allegedly one of the ruling bosses of the Lucchese crime family, was sentenced earlier this month to five years in the New Jersey state prison facility in Trenton, after pleading guilty to running an illegal gambling operation. Madonna was formally charged with violation of the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute. According to law enforcement officials, the gambling operation was mostly online and involved bets exceeding $ 2 billion.

GOVERNOR CHRISTIE SAYS OUT-OF-STATE GUNS PREVALENT IN NEW JERSEY

REPORT SHOWS MANY GUNS COME INTO NEW JERSEY

In a 75 page report released earlier this month, a "blue ribbon" panel appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie found that, while violent crime has declined since Christie took office in 2010, guns coming into New Jersey from other states continue to play "a significant role" in violent crime in the state. The report comes on the heels of Christie's public assertion that New Jersey gun laws may be too strict and may impinge on some 2nd Amendment rights.

FBI REPORT SAYS NEW JERSEY CRIME RATE DIPPED IN 2014

FBI REPORT SHOWS MOST NEW JERSEY CRIME DOWN IN 2014

Good news for New Jersey residents-most types of violent crimes continue to decline, say federal officials.

Police Misconduct in New Jersey - Officer Indicted on Stalking & Harassment Charges

As social media grows, with new platforms for communication springing up yearly, social media stalking also grows in numbers. Stalking of any kind is not limited to civilians - an Ocean County grand jury has indicted Brick Township police officer Justin Delaney on official misconduct charges for allegedly harassing a former girlfriend via Instagram and Facebook between November 2012 and May 2013.

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