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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Two men were indicted Tuesday in the murder and dismemberment of 15-year-old Lower Township resident Nicole Angstadt in December.
An Atlantic City man who has been rejected for two previous appeals too his murder sentence is not entitled to a new hearing, an appellate panel ruled Tuesday.
The disciplinary action taken against a detective accused of providing inaccurate information to the grand jury in a murder case will remain confidential for now.
An Atlantic City man who declared his innocence during his first court appearance will have to wait to have his attorney make it official.
A man serving a 50-year prison sentence for murder will get a hearing to decide whether his lawyer was ineffective for not telling the prosecutor he was willing to take a 15-year plea deal.
Liviu Holca was a perfect example of a doctor feeding the growing opiate epidemic, according to the charges lodged against him in 2014.
Atlantic County could soon need a new prosecutor.
A North Hanover man was sentenced to prison Friday after pleading guilty in January for his role in a drug ring that sold heroin and methamphetamine in Ocean and Burlington counties.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – A Cape May County grand jury this week indicted three people in an alleged conspiracy to set up a prostitution ring in a Rio Grande motel.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court upended the conviction and death sentence of a black Georgia man Monday because prosecutors violated the Constitution by excluding African-Americans from the all-white jury that determined his fate.
A Brigantine police officer pleaded guilty Friday to using his job to sexually assault a child.
A Pleasantville man who pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted murder after shooting a man and a woman outside a convenience store in Pleasantville in 2014 was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Friday.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP -- Police are investigating a strong-arm robbery that occurred Sunday night at the Shelton Motel in Rio Grande.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE -- A Delaware man was indicted this week on charges of robbery, aggravated assault and theft for allegedly robbing a food-delivery driver last year in North Wildwood.
A Little Egg Harbor man has admitted to his role in a plot to steal and convert hundreds of blank U.S Postal Service money orders, U.S Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced on Tuesday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Bail bondsmen questioned who will be monitoring those freed on warrants under the state's new bail system.
Voters may have liked bail reform on the ballot, but they won’t like what it does to their wallets, Atlantic County’s executive said.
MAYS LANDING — The Pleasantville woman accused in a crash that killed three of her friends pleaded not guilty Monday morning.
Nikita Cross was a 35-year-old mother of two waitressing to earn her college degree.
By LYNDA COHEN, Staff Writer
MAYS LANDING — Two Atlantic City men accused in a videotaped attack that knocked a woman unconscious pleaded not guilty Friday.
A state appeals court this week refused to overturn a Millville man’s conviction for fatally shooting a Vineland resident after an argument over a woman.
A Linwood-based company meant to help senior citizens with their finances instead was helping to steal from them, the owner admitted Tuesday.
There have been tests for HIV and hepatitis, a lawsuit against the hospital and lots of speculation, but the case against a former Shore Medical Center pharmacist is complex, his attorney said Monday.
A man who was freed after the murder indictment against him was thrown out was in court again for the same crime Monday.