Thursday, March 21, 2013
Christopher Gramiccioni, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor, ordered into active duty and shipping out by fall
The interim head of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office has been ordered into active military duty and will ship out to Afghanistan by fall, officials said Thursday. Christopher Gramiccioni, acting Monmouth County Prosecutor and a Navy Reservist, has been ordered to report for duty in August for combat zone orientation and training. He ships out for a 9-month tour to an undisclosed area in Afghanistan in September, Gramiccioni said. Gramiccioni, a Judge Advocate General Corps officer in the Naval Reserves, got word of his deployment in January. He is assigned to detainee operations as part of the effort to withdraw U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan at the end stages of a war that has so far lasted more than 11 years. Most foreign …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Indicted on one charge by Monmouth County Grand Jury
Jeramie C. Nedza, 31, of East 5th St. was indicted by a Monmouth County Grand Jury on one count of third degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance. According to the indictment on or about April 17 was found to be in possession of heroin in the township.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Gramiccioni sworn in Sunday, takes over for former Prosecutor Peter Warshaw Jr.
Christopher Gramiccioni has been named acting Monmouth County prosecutor, officials said Tuesday. The appointment was made by the Office of the Attorney General. Gramiccioni, a Wall Township resident, was sworn in to the position Sunday by state Superior Court Judge Thomas F. Scully, Gramiccioni said in an interview Tuesday. Gramiccioni, 40, joined the Prosecutor’s Office in February 2011 and held the position of first assistant to former Prosecutor Peter Warshaw Jr., who last week was named to a judgeship by a vote of the state Senate. Gramiccioni's promotion leads a shuffle within the office. Richard E. Incremona becomes first assistant Monmouth County prosecutor. Incremona, a career prosecutor, was sworn in Monday. He was one of two …