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A 46-year-old Lanoka Harbor woman was caught in a township retirement community with more than 1,000 decks of heroin and 15 vials of crack cocaine, authorities said.

“As if there could possibly be one more reason to never, not ever, not even once take heroin, there’s yet one more: Pesticide.”

As we begin a new year, an old and all-too familiar problem continues to haunt many individuals and families – New Jersey’s heroin epidemic.

A Lakehurst man was charged with heroin possession and distribution after police found 122 doses of heroin in his Maple Street home after an investigation, police said.

New Jersey has among the highest rates of drug overdose deaths among young adult men and teens, according to a new report.

Much has been made of the deadly drug’s crawl into suburbia, but it isn’t until you take a closer look that this becomes completely clear.

Anthony “Nygee” Stevenson dealt soul food and heroin, authorities say. Now he’s going to prison.

A Monmouth County grand jury handed up an eight-count indictment Monday charging a suspended Middletown physician and his assistants with operating a prescription drug ring, announced Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.

A South Toms River man is being held on heroin distribution charges after Toms River police stopped the car he was driving and found more than 1,300 wax folds of heroin, police said.

Surveillance tactics led officers to 400 wax folds of heroin in a 2010 Honda Accord driven by an alleged drug distributor earlier this month, police said.