Off-duty cop admits he lied, was drunk when he killed woman crossing the street

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An off-duty Long Branch police officer admitted Tuesday that he was driving drunk when he fatally struck a woman as she crossed the street in September. Detective Jake Pascucci acknowledged that he had at least a blood-alcohol level of .08, the state’s legal limit for drivers, when he hit Karen Borkowski, 66, as she crossed Ocean…

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