NEWARK – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs (the “Division”) today announced that a Mercer County woman and the horse rescue charity she founded have agreed to permanently cease soliciting contributions in New Jersey and pay civil penalties to resolve allegations they accepted more than $340,000 in contributions in violation of state charity laws.

Headlines for this week’s recap of the news include Charges brought in Route 80 Wrong Way Fatal Crash, One of New Jersey’s Largest Busts of THC/Marijuana Edibles and New Mall & Walmart Super Center on Schedule for October 2020.

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Acting Chief of Investigations Christoph Kimker, and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Patrick J. Callahan announce that Miguel Botero, age 28, of Dumont, New Jersey, has been charged in connection with a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred in Parsippany-Troy Hills on October 18, 2019.

WASHINGTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced preliminary 2019 year-end opioid statistics for New Jersey and reaffirmed his commitment to ending the opioid epidemic through a comprehensive, multi-pronged collaboration across several state departments and agencies.

More than 350 Morris County residents participated tonight in a "Community Rally Against Hate,’’ joining together with the Morris County Board of Freeholders, Morris County Sheriff and Prosecutor, the state Attorney General and religious leaders from across Morris County in a special forum held at the Gottesman RTW Academy in Randolph.

A yearlong investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics and Criminal Enterprise Unit targeting a large-scale marijuana and THC distribution network operating throughout Monmouth, Ocean, and Bergen counties.

The Morris County School of Technology invites high school students and their parents to attend upcoming Information Sessions to be held in January and February to learn about the county school district’s Share Time High School Programs. The sessions also include a chance to tour the facilities at each location.

Morris County residents are invited to a special “Community Rally Against Hate’’ on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 5 p.m. in Randolph, with a goal of standing united against hatred and bigotry that recently has targeted the Jewish community and other faiths in our state and nation.

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