Monmouth County Prosecutor: Shooting of 10-Year-Old Asbury Park Boy Caught on Videotape

March 14, 2018

FREEHOLD, NJ — Evidence shows that the suspect in the murder of a 10-year-old Asbury Park boy fired five times in a crowded room that included young children, according to Monmouth County Assistant Prosecutor Matthew Bogner during a detention hearing on March 13.

Video captured on a city surveillance camera shows Karon Council, 18 of Neptune Township firing the shots in a home in the 400 ...

Federal Judge Dismisses $10 Million Lawsuit Against Belmar by Harmon Brothers

BELMAR, NJ — A federal judge has dismissed a $10 million lawsuit filed against Belmar by the owners of a proposed outdoor bar whose liquor license transfer was rejected.

U.S. District Judge Peter Sheridan on February 26 dismissed without prejudice the complaint filed last April by brothers Timothy and Matthew Harmon, who were seeking damages resulting from what they claim was the ...

Judge: McAtasney Statements to Police in Belmar Can be Heard at Stern Murder Trial

FREEHOLD, NJ — Statements made to authorities by murder suspect Liam McAtasney at the Belmar Police Department shortly after the disappearance of Sarah Stern in December 2016 can be heard at his trial, according to the latest court ruling in the case.

Superior Court Judge Richard English ruled on February 22 that when the 20-year-old Neptune City man was interviewed during the early ...

Former Municipal Judge in Bradley Beach, Neptune City Pleads Guilty in Ticket-Fixing Scheme

FREEHOLD, NJ — A former municipal court judge, who sat on the bench in nearby Bradley Beach and Neptune City, has pleaded guilty to falsifying records in a ticket-fixing scheme that benefited the towns in which he served, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.

Richard Thompson, 62, of Middletown entered a guilty plea on February 2 to one count of fourth-degree ...

Jersey Shore’s ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Admits to Tax Evasion, Heading to Florida for Reunion Show

NEWARK, N.J. — Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore” reality television fame has admitted in court that he cheated on his income taxes and faces up to five years in prison.

Sorrentino, 36, pleaded guilty today, January 19, to one count of tax evasion, admitting that in 2011 he concealed his taxable income by making cash deposits into bank accounts ...

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