LONG BRANCH - An arrest has been made in the murder Sunday of a city man, said Charles Webster, spokesman for the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. The suspect is scheduled for a first appearance before Superior Court Judge Richard English at 1:30 p.m. today. Police found Hector Mejia unresponsive on a porch in the city shortly after 11:30 p.m. Sunday, authorities said. Paramedics pronounced him dead at 11:56 p.m.
FREEHOLD - Keith German, while still on the Asbury Park police force, extensively discussed a woman he is accused of stalking, and also divulged a wiretap investigation and results of a warrants check in a series of 15 phone calls with an alleged leader of the Bloods street gang.
FREEHOLD – Keith German, the former Asbury Park police officer who went on the lam while on trial with two alleged gang members, was returned to the Monmouth County Courthouse today, as the trial continues. German was brought to the courtroom of Superior Court Judge Joseph W. Oxley, where James Fair, 29, of Asbury Park, and Haneef Walker, 24, of Asbury Park, also are on trial. German gave a thumbs up to some women sitting in the courtroom before the judge came on the bench.
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Selecting a term
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