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FORMER EHT FOOTBALL STANDOUT GETS AT LEAST A DECADE IN PRISON

A former Egg Harbor Township and Rutgers University football standout received a 12-year prison term on Friday for participating in a series of home burglaries and break ins to deal drugs.  Tejay Johnson delivered an apology in court before he was handed the long sentence.  Johnson and another man were both given the long prison sentences; additional sentencing for other suspects is forthcoming.

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