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Frank Harder of Glassboro gets 5 years for growing marijuana

Frank Harder of Glassboro gets 5 years for growing marijuana

Must serve at least 18 months before chance of parole

A Gloucester County man was sentenced to five years in state prison Friday for growing marijuana plants in his home using hydroponic equipment and grow lights.

Frank J. Harder III, 33, of Glassboro, must serve at least 18 months before he is eligible for parole under the sentence handed down by state Superior Court Judge Walter L. Marshall Jr. in Woodbury. Harder pleaded guilty on March 4 to a first-degree charge of maintaining or operating a marijuana production facility.

Harder was charged as the result of an investigation by the State Police Marijuana Eradication Squad. Troopers uncovered an indoor marijuana growing operations in three separate homes: Harder's home, the home of a husband and wife in Deptford, and the home of the wife's mother in Woodbury.

 

Donald Codey Jr., ex-Freehold Raceway GM, pleads guilty to crimes involving track

Donald Codey Jr., ex-Freehold Raceway GM, pleads guilty to crimes involving track

Helped patrons cash $1.3 million in bad checks, stole $3,045 in promotional vouchers

Donald R. Codey Jr., former president and general manager of Freehold Raceway Park, pleaded guilty Friday to stealin...

Antwan Horton of Irvington charged with Elizabeth murder

Antwan Horton of Irvington charged with Elizabeth murder

An intensive investigation by members of the Union County Homicide Task Force led to the arrest of a 29-year-old Irvington man earlier this morning and charged him for his role in a 2008 Elizabeth homi...

Angelo Richardson found guilty of Hillside burglary

Angelo Richardson found guilty of Hillside burglary

A Union County Jury earlier this week convicted a Newark man on three counts of burglary, theft and resisting arrest, announced Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.

Angelo Richardson, 53, was arrested on N...

New Jerseyans coming to like Christie

New Jerseyans coming to like Christie

Obama's rating falls to all-time low

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The majority of New Jerseyans now support Gov. Chris Christie but they are split on their support for President Obama as his a...

Police use billboard to warn visitors of unsafe Atlantic City

Police use billboard to warn visitors of unsafe Atlantic City
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

State and local officials with the Policeman's Benevolent Association unveiled a new billboard Wednesday, the first of its kind in New Jersey, warning visitors that rec...

N.J. bow hunting bill signed into law

N.J. bow hunting bill signed into law

Gov. Chris Christie Thursday signed bipartisan legislation that changes the perimeter for bow hunting around occupied buildings.

The law, which was bill S-1181/A-1683, lowers the allowable radius for b...

391 New Jersey police and fire departments to share $39.7 million in federal aid

391 New Jersey police and fire departments to share $39.7 million in federal aid

Money to go for new emergency radio network

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Three hundred and ninety-one New Jersey public safety agencies will share in $39.7 million in federal aid to help estab...

Roselle police seek help finding woman with Alzheimer’s

Roselle police seek help finding woman with Alzheimer’s

The Roselle Police Department is asking the public's assistance in locating a missing Alzheimer's patient. Engracia Bodilla, age 79, was reported missing to the Roselle Police Department by her famil...

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