A big mistake is being paid back by the state. The state is preparing to distribute $173,778.90 to approximately 100 New Jersey police departments that purchased defective bulletproof vests from Second Chance Body Armor, Inc., a manufacturer that filed for bankruptcy in 2004 after the discovery that the vests’ protective armor failed and deteriorated over time, exposing police officers to potentially fatal injury.
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- PENN STATE MISSES OUT ON PLAYOFF, WILL PLAY IN ROSE BOWL
- REPORT: MAN AIRLIFTED SATURDAY NIGHT AFTER WRECK IN LOWER TWP.
- FOOTBALL: MILLVILLE WINS TITLE, SPIRIT LOSES IN FINAL MINUTE
- TWO BUSTED FOR PIMPING OUT CHILD IN SOUTH JERSEY
- INMATE AT SOUTHERN STATE AIRLIFTED TO HOSPITAL AFTER FIGHT
- ACE TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS MERGER BENEFITS
- MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE LAUNCH FREE MOBILE PHONE APP
- LARGEST CHRISTMAS PARADE IN THE COUNTY HAPPENS SATURDAY NIGHT
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- FEDS, STATE TO STUDY BACK BAY FLOODING FOR THREE YEARS