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14 guards indicted on misconduct charges at women's prison

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey grand jury has indicted 14 corrections officers on charges stemming from what authorities said was a brutal attack in 2021 on inmates at the state’s only prison for women. The grand jury handed up the indictments after a more than yearlong investigation into the events at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women, in the community of Clinton, Acting Attorney General Matt Platkin’s office said late Tuesday. Attorneys for the guards charged have said previously they planned to fight the allegations in court. The charges include charges conspiracy, official misconduct, tampering with public records and aggravated assault, Platkin said. The indictments are the latest development in a state criminal probe that resulted in significant fallout, including the departure of the state’s corrections commissioner and Gov. Phil Murphy’s declaration that he will close the prison.
CLINTON, NJ
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SEPTA train derails near Trenton Transit Center

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) - A SEPTA train derailed in Trenton. It happened near the Trenton Transit Center, just before 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. Service for the Trenton Line in this area is suspended in both directions. No word on any injuries or what caused the derailment. 
TRENTON, NJ
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Navy wants to screen SEAL candidates for drugs after trainee’s ‘Hell Week’ death: report

Navy officials have asked the Pentagon to approve blood tests for SEAL candidates – after the death of 24-year-old New Jersey native Kyle Mullen amid reports of rampant drug use among candidates in the elite unit. If approved, SEAL candidates would for the first time be required undergo blood tests to detect the presence of a broad range of performance enhancing drugs, including those that cannot be detected in standard urine tests, CNN reported Wednesday. The Defense Department has not yet ruled on the request, the network said. A senior naval special warfare officer told CNN on the condition of anonymity that there...
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Ohio Parents Accused Of Abusing Their Five Children And Killing One In Custody

An Ohio couple is accused of killing their 8-year-old son and abusing their other four children, Radar has learned.The parents, who are from Springfield Township, Ohio but were arrested in upstate New York, are accused of abuse during a 2016 incident. Court documents state that 51-year-old John Snyder II and Katherine Snyder, 51, were indicted on 26 counts, including aggravated murder, endangering children, and felonious assault."They weren't the nicest people, but you would never think that of someone," a former neighbor said of the couple.Court documents state that the couple's four adopted children and one biological child were severely malnourished....
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Rutgers vs. Ohio State Odds, Picks, Predictions (10/1/22)

No. 3 Ohio State opened its Big Ten schedule with a sweeping win over Wisconsin this past weekend. For Rutgers, which started 3-0 but lost handily to Iowa this past weekend, this game may be more about staying competitive than actually winning as the Buckeyes look to keep their playoff hopes on track.
COLUMBUS, OH
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Driver killed when SUV crashes in Middlesex County, cops say

A 56-year-old man was killed in a single vehicle crash in Middlesex County early Wednesday morning, authorities said. The man was driving an SUV west on Prospect Plains Road in Monroe in the area of Engelhard Drive when the vehicle veered off the road to the right before striking a curb and a fire hydrant, township police said.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ
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Two-day Cranberry Festival in Bordentown City set to commence this weekend ‘rain or shine’

BORDENTOWN – The Downtown Bordentown Association is all set to host the 32nd annual Cranberry Festival this weekend in Bordentown City. The two-day extravaganza that is a “rain or shine event” will run each day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and feature crafters, artists and vendors offering handmade, vintage and upcycled items, as well as a food court, beer garden and live music.
BORDENTOWN, NJ
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