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NJSPCA COMMENTS IN DEATH OF “BOOSHU”

This morning, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato announced that on May 22, 2017, Nicholas Piccolino, 34, of Seaside Heights, pled guilty before Judge James M. Blaney, J.S.C., to one count of Cruelty to Animal 3rd degree for causing serious bodily injury and death to a 10 year-old female Bichon

SEASIDE HEIGHTS MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN DEATH OF “BOOSHU”

Press Questions? CONTACT: Al Della Fave Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office P.O. Box 2191 Toms River, NJ  08753 Phone: (732) 288-7616 Cellular: (732) 814-7347 Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced that Nicholas Piccolino, 34, of Seaside Heights, pled guilty yesterday (5/22) before Judge James M. Blaney, J.S.C., to one count of Cruelty to Animal 3rddegree for

Point Pleasant Beach Fatal Boat Accident

Press Questions? CONTACT: Al Della Fave Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office P.O. Box 2191 Toms River, NJ  08753 Phone: (732) 288-7616 Cellular: (732) 814-7347 On Sunday, May 21, 2017, at approximately 1255 p.m. Point Pleasant Beach PD was notified of a fatal vessel crash that occurred at the Point

OCPO HEROIN TREATMENT PROGRAM TO SEND THOSE FIGHTING ADDICTION TO REHAB GETS NEW NAME AND PD PARTICIPANT

Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced the “Heroin Addiction Response Program” (HARP) will now be known as “Blue Hart” (Blue Heroin Addiction Recovery & Treatment) Program.  Along with the new name comes the addition of another participating Ocean County police department.  After exhaustive preparations, Chief Thomas Dellane has successfully prepared