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FORMER RUTGERS FOOTBALL STAR ADMITS TO CRIME, GETS 15 YEARS

A  former Cape Atlantic League football star will be spending 15 years in prison for participating in home invasion and armed robberies near the campus of Rutgers University.  Tejay Johnson admitted to committing the crimes and he will have to serve 85 percent of his sentence.  Johnson and other football players and Rutgers students were caught up in the crime spree.

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