Ex-Atlantic City police officer sues Boy Scouts to open sex abuse files

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A former Atlantic City police officer is suing the Boy Scouts of America claiming he was sexually abused as a child, and demanding that the organization open its files showing how deep such abuses went.Richard Halvorson, 47, claims he was assaulted around the ages of 10 and 11 by Angelo “Skip” Dellomo, while a member … Read moreEx-Atlantic City police officer sues Boy Scouts to open sex abuse files

Atlantic City officer saves overdose victim with CPR

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An Atlantic City police officer breathing life into a man after Narcan didn’t help reverse an overdose.Officer Nicholas Grasso responded to an overdose call Friday in an apartment on the first block of South Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, Sgt. Kevin Fair said.Witnesses directed him to a second-floor bathroom where a 28-year-old Medford man was … Read moreAtlantic City officer saves overdose victim with CPR

Alleged killer’s phone had directions from Hamilton dump site to his home, records say

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The man accused of killing an Egg Harbor Township woman in 2014 used GPS directions to get home from the place where he dumped her body, according to an affidavit obtained by BreakingAC. Data from Timothy Wright’s cell phone revealed turn-by-turn navigation from the Hamilton Township roadside where Joyce Vanderhoff’s body was found to Wright’s … Read moreAlleged killer’s phone had directions from Hamilton dump site to his home, records say

Hamilton police trying to identify woman in theft

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Hamilton Township police are looking for the public’s help in identifying a woman related to a theft.Police released a picture of a woman holding a child, with the face covered to protect the minor’s identity.The woman is wanted in an investigation into an iPhone theft, police said.Anyone who recognizes her is asked to call Detective … Read moreHamilton police trying to identify woman in theft