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Investigation into stolen fireworks includes Atlantic City police

The theft of about $16,000 worth of fireworks from outside an Atlantic City business has led to an investigation involving city police — as the suspects. The Ducktown Tavern had a Pennsylvania fireworks company selling the now-legal wares from a tent on their lot about a week before Fourth of July, owner John Exadaktilos said. Then, after a great July 1 night for the Ducktown following the beach concert, Exadaktilos noticed the tent and storage
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Ventnor woman arrested in killing of mother, grandmother

A Ventnor woman has been arrested in the killing of her mother and grandmother, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner announced. Heather Barbera, 41, is charged with two counts of first degree murder after she allegedly beat the two women to death with a nightstick and then fled to New York City on a bus. Elaine Rosen, 87, and her daughter Michelle Gordon, 67, were found dead at approximately 10:25 a.m., on Sunday, July 8, inside a residence
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Atlantic City man indicted in sex assault that infected teen


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An Atlantic City man has been indicted in the assault of a teen that left her with a sexually transmitted disease. Santos Torres, 77, left the country the day after the allegations were first made in 2015. The then-16-year-old girl was in the hospital just diagnosed with herpes in September of 2015, when she told the nurse that Torres — a family friend — had been sexually inappropriate with her since she was 13. The

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Kauffman suicide note is part of evidence, judge rules

James Kauffman’s suicide note is an apparent “deathbed statement” and is pertinent to the case against his former co-defendants, a Superior Court judge has ruled. The six-page letter that includes details of events leading up to the killing of April Kauffman and its aftermath must be produced — without redaction — as part of discovery in the case, Superior Court Judge Bernard DeLury wrote in a 10-page ruling obtained by BreakingAC. FULL RULING: Suicide Letter Ruling

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Lakewood man charged with sexual abuse of a child

A Lakewood man was arrested this weekend in the sexual assault of a child. Agileo Ramirez, 31, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child, aggravated criminal sexual contact and sexual assault in the abuse that went on for the past two years, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato said Tuesday. The investigation began Friday, after suspicion about the abuse was reported to the Lakewood Police Department, Coronato said.  Ramirez was arrested Saturday, and is
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Search continues for missing swimmer in Atlantic City

A search continues for a still-unconfirmed missing swimmer, Atlantic City police said. Police and firefighters were called to the 500 block of the beach just after 9 p.m. for the report of a possible missing swimmer, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. Officers located a family who said they saw a man go into the ocean, but never saw him come back out. The U.S. Coast Guard and New Jersey State Police searched the ocean by boat
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Off-duty sheriff’s officer helps save man from ocean

An off-duty Atlantic County sheriff’s officer helped rescue a Philadelphia man from the ocean this weekend. Officer David Nguyen was in Atlantic City at about 2 p.m. Sunday when he saw a man slip and fall off the jetty at Vermont Avenue, Undersheriff Mike Petuskey said. Nguyen and a Mr. Ramon ran to the end of the jetty but couldn’t find the victim, according to the report. As they were looking a wave dropped them
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Atlantic City man arrested in stabbing

An Atlantic City man was arrested days after he allegedly stabbed another man during a fight. Bobby Barley, 57, was arrested over the weekend by Officers Val Loga and Jeffrey Hannon in the 1400 block of Memorial Avenue.  He had a knife concealed in his waistband at the time, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. Barley is accused of cutting a man’s forehead and stabbing him with a box cutter during a physical altercation just before noon Thursday,
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Atlantic City officer revives newborn baby

An Atlantic City officer revived a baby born at a home late Saturday, police said. Officers Robert Reynolds and George Mancuso were called to the 200 block of Atlantic Avenue just before 11 p.m. for a report of a woman who had just given birth, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. The officers arrived to find the 22-year-old woman in the bathroom with the baby still attached to his mother by the umbilical cord, Fair said. Reynolds
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Mother, daughter identified as Ventnor homicide victims

Two women found dead inside a Ventnor apartment have been identified as a mother and daughter. Elaine Rosen, 87, and her daughter, 67-year-old Michelle Gordon, were found dead at about 10:25 a.m. Sunday inside the eighth-floor apartment inside the Vassar Square Condominiums, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said. The two women were victims of apparent blunt-force trauma, Tyner said. Autopsies for both are scheduled for Tuesday. The joint investigation is continuing between the Atlantic County
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