Andrew Ford, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Andrew Ford

The Asbury Park Press NJ

New Jersey, United States

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  • North Jersey News
  • USA TODAY
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  • 13News Now
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  • Florida Today

Recent articles by Andrew:

Police respond to fire in Marlboro Township

Authorities are responding to a reported fire at a home on School Road in Marlboro. → Read More

Five things to know about how NJ fails female police recruits

The USA Today Network – New Jersey got the state to pay attention to women police recruits → Read More

NJ police tests: Are you strong enough to be a NJ police officer?

Here are the five exercises aspiring cops have to do in NJ police academies → Read More

Authorities reportedly investigating fire on McBride Avenue in Neptune Township

Authorities are investigating a fire on in Neptune Township that reportedly involved a death. → Read More

Jersey Shore school closures after Monday storms

The swift moving storms caused power outages and prompted school closures → Read More

More than 325,000 left without power after Monday storms

Repairs could take days, the state reported. → Read More

Island Beach State Park is closed

If you were planning to head to the shore, look somewhere other than Island Beach State Park. The park is filled to capacity and was closed, according to a post on the park's Facebook page. The park is still open to people who already have passes to drive vehicles onto the beach. Andrew Ford: @AndrewFordNews; 732-643-4281; aford3@gannettnj.com Read or Share this story: → Read More

NJ 'dark money' law faces first lawsuit challenging requirement to name secret donors

A libertarian advocacy nonprofit has filed a challenge in federal court to the new 'dark money' law, saying it could erode 'foundational freedoms.' → Read More

Brick man admits to producing child porn with babies

Sebastien Attar, 35, pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday. → Read More

Police misconduct in NJ: State to track bad cops after report, but loopholes remain

The state Attorney General now requires prosecutors to question investigators about possible misconduct and track problems with witnesses. → Read More

Neptune cop admits using fake name to contact woman on Facebook

He was on duty and he wasn't reaching out to her for a law enforcement purpose. → Read More

NJ moving company owner pleads guilty to extorting hundreds of customers

They'd quote a low price, load up someone's belongings, then raise the price the day of the move. → Read More

NJ man accused of sharing child porn videos online

Some of the videos showed pre-pubescent children engaged in sexual acts with adults. → Read More

Can you do enough pushups to be an FBI agent?

The FBI is encouraging applications for special agents after too few applied in 2018. → Read More

NJ financier and former fire chief who ripped off first responders gets 15 years

The Middletown man was convicted of four crimes related to a $10 million Ponzi scheme → Read More

Chinese executive accused of shipping 500 kilos of drugs to the U.S.

He was accused of importing drugs similar to the deadly opioid fentanyl → Read More

NJ Hamas supporter: “I want to bomb Trump Tower," feds say

“I want to bomb Trump Tower" he said in an Instagram post. → Read More

Marlboro crash closes Newman Springs Road, teen on bike flown to hospital

A crash in Marlboro that reportedly involved a pedestrian prompted police to close Newman Springs Road near Route 79. → Read More

Parkway crash: Two hospitalized after Garden State Parkway collision near Lacey NJ

Two people were transported to a hospital with minor injuries after a two-car crash. → Read More

Crash blocks Route 70 in Brick

An overturned car prompted lane closures, according to 511nj.org → Read More