Prosecutor renews call for information on 12th anniversary of four women found dead in EHT

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Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner marked the anniversary of four women being found dead in a ditch in Egg Harbor Township with a call for information.“Somebody knows something about this case,” Tyner said.Tuesday marked 12 years since Kim Raffo, Molly Dilts, Barbara Breidor and Tracy Roberts were found dead, their bodies lined up in a … Read moreProsecutor renews call for information on 12th anniversary of four women found dead in EHT

Atlantic City Thanksgiving breakfast offers help, love to those in need

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Breakfast and clothing will be offered to those in need Thanksgiving morning. Greatness in You Inc. will host its fourth annual Thanksgiving Breakfast at Clothing Give-a-Way starting at 8:30 a.m. “This is an opportunity to show love to those who are in need on Thanksgiving and to let them know they too are loved and … Read moreAtlantic City Thanksgiving breakfast offers help, love to those in need

Mullica police offer some deer advice for drivers

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Mullica Township police are using a near-miss one of their patrol cars had with a deer to teach people how to handle a similar situation. Drivers should take extra caution when driving in the dark, was first on the list in a Facebook post of the dashcam footage. Don’t swerve to avoid hitting a deer … Read moreMullica police offer some deer advice for drivers

Ocean City schools maintenance worker latest to plead in insurance fraud scheme

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An Ocean City schools maintenance worker is the latest to admit to health insurance fraud in a far-reaching multimillion dollar scheme. James Wildman, 44, of Marmora, made more than $650,000 as a recruiter who persuaded public workers to get expensive, medically unnecessary compounded medications that insurers then reimbursed for thousands of dollars per monthly supply, … Read moreOcean City schools maintenance worker latest to plead in insurance fraud scheme

Atlantic City’s surveillance center solving crimes beyond city’s borders

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Atlantic City’s police surveillance center is helping to solve crimes in other towns. After Sunil Edla was killed in front of his Ventnor home Friday night, his stolen SUV was found in the 1600 block of Sewell Avenue in Atlantic City. Using their access to cameras throughout the city, officers were able to track the … Read moreAtlantic City’s surveillance center solving crimes beyond city’s borders