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A conference in the case is scheduled for Monday before Superior Court Judge Linda Baxter at the Ocean County Justice Complex in Toms River.
If it goes off as planned, you can read about it in The Asbury Park Press and on That video is now the subject of a legal battle between an open-government activist from Franklin in Somerset County and the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.The activist, John Paff, requested a copy of the dash cam video.Wendy Tucker was driving home to Barnegat through Tuckerton the night of Jan.29, 2014 when she saw the flashing lights of a patrol car behind her, signaling her to pull over.The Asbury Park Press and will report on major developments.- Robert Pentz, 41, of Toms River, pleaded guilty in July to stealing about $140,000 from the facility he managed, filling his own pockets with the cash he was supposed to be stocking in automated teller machines.
His crime requires a prison term, but Pentz’s sentencing has been postponed quite a few times since he entered his guilty plea.
Ocean County prosecutors allege that the officer who first tried to pull over Tucker in Tuckerton unjustifiably sicced his dog, Gunner, on her in the Barnegat municipal lot after she was already in custody.
The prosecutors also allege that the officer, Tuckerton police Cpl.
But what should have been a routine motor-vehicle stop turned into something much more.
Tucker alleges that before she knew it, a police dog was attacking her.
The prosecutor’s appeal is on the docket this week when a panel of judges with the Appellate Division of Superior Court will hear arguments on the issue. The hearing will be held at Veterans Courthouse in Newark.