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Roxbury Medical Office Stung by 'No License' Charge Against Doctor

October 18, 2017

ROXBURY, NJ – A former doctor, whose license was stripped in 2004 after a drug possession conviction, was practicing medicine in Roxbury and his boss knew it, authorities said Tuesday.

The former doctor, Paramjit Singh, was charged with one count of third-degree practicing medicine without a license, said Warren County Prosecutor Richard Burke. Singh was one of the staff at Medical Care ...

One More Roxbury High School Grad Becomes a Mount Olive Policeman

MOUNT OLIVE, NJ - A Roxbury High School graduate and Roxbury first aid squad member has been hired as Mount Olive's newest police officer, one month after another Roxbury alumni followed the same route.

The new policeman, Matthew Anderson, graduated from Roxbury in 2008, said the Mount Olive Police Department in a statement. It said Anderson assumed full patrol duties today, ...

Roxbury Cops Nab Serial Con-Man After Foot Chase in Kenvil

ROXBURY, NJ – A serial criminal, who convinced a 78-year-old Kenvil woman to give him more than $30,000 for roof repairs she didn’t get, was arrested last week by Roxbury police following a dramatic foot chase, police said.

The man, Sonny Stanley, 43, of Gutenberg, was charged with obstruction of the administration of law, resisting arrest and theft by deception, police ...

Roxbury Grad Becomes Newest Mount Olive Police Officer

MOUNT OLIVE, NJ – Roxbury High School graduate Gregory Slinger became Mount Olive’s newest police officer this week, according to the Mount Olive Police Department.

Slinger was released from field training and assumed full patrol duties, said the department. Mount Olive Police Chief Stephen Beecher noted that all police academy graduates must complete the field training ...

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