Life is about earning a second chance when you've done wrong, but is there a limit to how many second chances you get? In the Final Part of our Series on Jail Life, a repeat drug offender at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution insists this time is for real.
Does bail reform help or hurt more people, particularly drug offenders? On Day Four of our series about Jail Life at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Sheriff Shaun Golden explains how bail reform has thrown a wrench in the rehab process.
As the drug epidemic wreaking havoc at the Jersey Shore continues to get worse year after year, in inmate at the Monmouth County Correctional Institute talks with us about what got him hooked on Day Two of our series on Incarcerated Life.
If you've never been incarcerated, then you likely don't know, but if you have been, then you know all too well what happens inside a jail or a prison. We explore that on Day One of an Exclusive WOBM News series inside the Monmouth County Correctional Institution.
A Brick Township man is charged with possessing child porn following his arrest by township police and Ocean County Prosecutors who also teamed up with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the investigation.
Serving 300,000 New Jerseyans annually, Catholic Charities provides assistance to residents seeking counseling for behavioral health or addiction, or who may be facing homelessness, food insecurity, or lack of access to proper clothing.
We are hearing more and more everyday about the increasing heroin epidemic here at the Jersey Shore. The problem is no longer relegated to inner cities, or even local towns with a bad rap like Asbury Park. No, this problem is widespread, and it's targeting our friends, our families, our neighbors, an…