Game Wardens Now Equipped with Narcan in Ocean County

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TOMS RIVER-Colonel Mark Chicketano, Chief of the Division of Fish & Wildlife Law Enforcement Bureau, today accepted their first supply of Naloxone from the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office. These first round of kits were paid for from OCPO drug forfeiture funds and now add the Fish & Wildlife Officers to the Ocean County Law Enforcement community carrying the life saving antidote.

Pictured left to right: Officer Shannon Martiak, Lt. Lisa LaCroix, Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato, Colonel Mark Chicketano, Ocean County Chief of Detectives Glenn Miller.


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