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Three stabbed during family dispute in Pleasantville

Three people were stabbed in a family dispute in Pleasantville early Saturday morning.One man is in custody, and a Class II officer is being credited with saving one victim’s life.K-9 Officer Matthew Laielli was in the Police Department parking lot at about 5 a.m., when someone approached him about a disturbance on Abbey Lane, Lt. … Read more Three stabbed during family dispute in Pleasantville

Medical emergency caused Galloway crash that impacted power

An Ocean County man had a medical emergency while driving, causing him to crash in Galloway Township, police said.Robert Flesche, 57, of Little Egg Harbor Township, was traveling north on Pomona Road on Thursday, when his Jeep left the road, and struck a utility pole on the west side of the road, Lt. Christopher McGinty … Read more Medical emergency caused Galloway crash that impacted power

Cumberland investigators search for who discarded dead puppies in Vineland

Investigators are looking for whoever discarded seven puppies on a Route 55 ramp in Vineland.A motorist called the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department at about 9:44a.m. Wednesday, to report that there were dead puppies at the southbound entrance ramp off Sherman Avenue, authorities said.Sheriff’s officers found seven multi-colored puppies dead.They were estimated to be three to … Read more Cumberland investigators search for who discarded dead puppies in Vineland

Man killed, two others wounded in Pleasantville shooting

A Pleasantville man was killed and two teens wounded in a shooting late Thursday afternoon.The shooting happened in the 100 block of Linden Avenue just before 3 p.m., BreakingAC had confirmed.The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating.Pleasantville police arrived to find Maurice Hampton, 26, dead, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner announced Friday.Autopsy results were expected … Read more Man killed, two others wounded in Pleasantville shooting

Callaway moves to have Smalls’ defamation suit moved to federal court

The local political operative being sued by Atlantic City’s mayor and his wife is trying to have the case moved to federal court.Marty Small and his wife, Atlantic City High School Principal La’Quetta Small, filed a defamation suit last month alleging Craig Callaway and unnamed others slandered them.“We believe it’s a First Amendment issue,” attorney … Read more Callaway moves to have Smalls’ defamation suit moved to federal court