Stephanie Loder, The Asbury Park Press NJ

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The Asbury Park Press NJ

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Narcan saves 45 lives in Monmouth County

The heroin overdose antidote Narcan has been deployed 50 times by law enforcement officers in Monmouth County since it was first made available on June 5. Five people have died despite the effort, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office reported Friday. → Read More

Lanoka Harbor firemen make ill boy’s wish come true

Volunteers made a wish come true this week for a child with a rare congenital disorder by making him an honorary life member of Lanoka Harbor Fire Company Station 61 → Read More

Hazlet Route 36 sobriety checkpoint set Friday night

Township police and the Monmouth County DWI Task force will conduct a checkpoint Friday night to Saturday morning on Route 36 to detect drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs. → Read More

Firefighters battling flames at Paper Moon in Ocean

The Paper Moon is located at 290 Norwood Avenue in the Morgan Center. → Read More

Woman, two children hit by vehicle in Red Bank

At least two people, one reported to be a child, are being rushed to the hospital after being hit by a vehicle, police said Thursday night. → Read More

Relatives of terror victims react to Obama speech

Family and friends of Ocean County and Monmouth County residents who perished offer mixed reactions. → Read More

Ocean County attorney admits role in Facebook scheme

Fred Todd, 61, of Lakewood, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joel A. Pisano. → Read More

Woman hits two trees in Little Egg Harbor crash

A motorist crashed a vehicle into two trees located a half mile apart before coming to a stop on the front lawn of a home during the weekend, police said Monday. → Read More

Ex-cop charged in threats to kill Aberdeen police chief

Christian R. Witzig of the 400 block of Main Street was charged Thursday with stalking and threats to kill against police Chief John Powers, according to court documents. → Read More

Howell K-9 Jago sniffs out marijuana at vehicle stop

The trained nose of a narcotics sniffing canine led officers this week to find 120 grams of marijuana during a vehicle stop, police said Friday → Read More

Elderly Lakewood man stabbed by elderly housemate

Police say a man stabbed his housemate multiple times Thursday night and is in custody. → Read More

Howell K-9 leads cops to 500 bags of heroin

A Howell police canine is credited with discovering hundreds of bags of heroin in a vehicle, police said Thursday. → Read More

Heroin in underpants leads to Howell arrest

A Hazlet man who police say had heroin in his underpants was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous susbtance, according to court documents Wednesday. → Read More

Woman shot in Eatontown, car shot in Lakewood

Authorities here confirmed a shooting that was reported at about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Brick man on parole charged in gas station stabbing

A 24-year-old Ocean County man out of prison on parole for burglary, theft and drug convictions has been charged in connection with the knifepoint robbery and stabbing at K and D Gulf on Burnt Tavern Road, police said Tuesday. → Read More

Labor Day weekend traffic builds on Parkway

Traffic heading to the Jersey Shore is causing a 7-mile delay for motorists on the Garden State Parkway in local and express lanes heading south. → Read More

Decomposed Lakewood body found in vacant house

Investigators are on the scene where a decomposed dead body has been found inside a residence. → Read More

Hazlet pair stole from elderly man in car repair scam

Police are asking the public to help them identify two men they say scammed an elderly man this week out of $100 by falsely promising to repair his vehicle. → Read More

Brick stranger sought in theft, entering St. Dominic

Township police are asking the public for help in identifying a man who this week entered St. Dominic’s School without authorization and pretended to ask about enrolling his children. → Read More

Sandy Hook drowning

A swimmer was rescued Tuesday amid rip currents Tuesday and taken to the hospital, authorities said. → Read More