Normally police arrest people when they get caught with drugs. But Dixon Police want drug addicts to turn themselves in and give them amnesty.
Five township residents and one Toms River man were arrested Friday in a drug bust, township police said.
- June 22, 2015
More than 600 people died of heroin-related overdoses in New Jersey in 2014 – doubling the amount of deaths from the drug since 2011, according to the state Medical Examiner’s Office.
- June 15, 2015
Thirty-two people were arrested, including a police officer and public works employee, in the takedown of two independent drug trafficking organizations operating out of Monmouth and Ocean counties, the State Police announced Wednesday.
- June 10, 2015
New Jersey has struck a deal with a California-based pharmaceutical company to receive rebates on Naloxone, the highly successful drug that reverses the effects of a heroin overdose almost instantly.
- June 5, 2015
Brandi Spaulding, a Marion Harding graduate who is working on her doctoral degree in addiction psychology at Ohio State, saw the potential to connect recovering addicts to resources using technology they were already carrying around in their pockets.
- June 4, 2015
Health experts, lawmakers and residents agree that New Jersey is in the throes of a heroin epidemic. In an effort to combat the problem, One state lawmaker who is also a practicing physician, is now helping a colleague spearhead an effort to require health insurers to cover pain medications designed to reduce addiction and abuse.
- June 2, 2015
Nine more people have been arrested and four others are wanted on arrest warrants in connection with an ongoing investigation into a massive ring responsible for bringing more than a kilogram of heroin per week into Ocean County, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato said Thursday. Those arrested include Toms River man, three people from Seaside…
- May 29, 2015
A Monmouth County father tells about the years he spent battling heroin addiction.
- May 27, 2015
Heroin does not discriminate. It doesn’t matter if you are male or female, short or tall, rich or poor, young or old. Once in your veins, the person who you always loved and cared for becomes a stranger.
- April 13, 2015