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Hunterdon County grand jury hands up indictments March 13
A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on March 13. • Gayle P....   A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on March 13. • Gayle P. Ohnmacht, 48, of Lebanon was indicted on one count of raising a false public alarm, fourth degree. On or about Jan. 9 in Clinton Township, she allegedly knowingly called the 9-1-1 emergency telephone system without the need for 9-1-1 service. Bail was set at $5,000. • John P. Tiller, 40, of Glen Gardner was indicted on one count of theft, third degree, by failure to make required disposition of property received. On Jan. 9 in Raritan Township, he allegedly made a delivery on behalf of Flemington Supply to a client, taking the $2,000 cash-on-demand payment, then disappearing with the money and leaving the Flemington Supply truck in Newark. Bail was set at $20,000, with a 10 percent option. • Charles K. Davis, 25, of Phillipsburg and Johnathan C. Neceda, 24, of Bloomsbury were indicted on heroin-related charges. Neceda was indicted on a count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (heroin), third degree, in Bloomsbury on Nov. 25, 2013; and a count of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance (less than a half-ounce of heroin), third degree, on Oct. 3, 2013, in Bloomsbury. Both men were indicted on a count of conspiracy, third degree, between Oct. 3, 2013 and Jan. 10 in Bloomsbury. They allegedly agreed they would facilitate the distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, and possessed and distributed heroin, and/or exchanged the heroin for U.S. currency. Davis was also indicted on a count of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance (less than a half-ounce of heroin) in Bloomsbury on or around Jan. 10. Bail was set at $15,000 for each man. • Matthew Margavitz, 28, of Piscataway was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, third degree. On or around Jan. 5 in Clinton, he allegedly had heroin. • Richard D. Destefano, 38, of Whitehouse Station was indicted on a charge of unlawful taking of a means of conveyance, fourth degree. On or around Jan. 11 in Readington Township, he allegedly took, operated or controlled a Honda Accord without the owner’s consent. • Jessica L. Andrews, 26, of Port Murray was indicted on a count of theft, third degree; and a count of credit card theft, fourth degree. On or around Oct. 28, 2013 in Kingwood, she allegedly took a wallet containing $550 and an American Express credit card. Bail was set at $10,000. More Hunterdon County news: NJ.com/hunterdon • Facebook • Twitter
March 18 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2014/03/hunterdon_county_grand_jury_ha_7.html

Two arrested in Flemington on drunken driving charges
FLEMINGTON — Borough police report two arrests on charges of drunken driving. Kristen Elizabeth Dunlevy, 22, of Pipersville, Pa., was driving a Ford Explorer on south Route 202 on Feb. 8 at about 4 a.m. when she stopped in the middle of the Church Street Extension intersection and then continued south, drifting from lane to lane, police said. Patrolman...   FLEMINGTON — Borough police report two arrests on charges of drunken driving. Kristen Elizabeth Dunlevy, 22, of Pipersville, Pa., was driving a Ford Explorer on south Route 202 on Feb. 8 at about 4 a.m. when she stopped in the middle of the Church Street Extension intersection and then continued south, drifting from lane to lane, police said. Patrolman Brian McNally pulled her over on the Main Street circle on Route 12, tested her and charged her with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and making unsafe lane changes. Andres F. Cruz, 23, of Piscataway was charged with driving while intoxicated on Feb. 9 at 2:45 a.m. after police found him behind the wheel of his 2002 Toyota Celica on the snow-covered turf inside the Route 202-31 circle, police said. Patrolman Frank Emanuele charged him with driving under the influence, reckless driving and failure to stay in his lane. More Hunterdon County news: NJ.com/hunterdon • Facebook • Twitter
February 22 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2014/02/two_arrested_in_flemington_on.html

Piscataway driver, passenger face marijuana charges in Raritan Township
RARITAN TWP. — Alexia C. Ronkowitz, 19, of Piscataway and an underage passenger in the vehicle were charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana after a motor vehicle stop on Feb. 8. Ronkowitz was pulled over on Route 202 near Barley Sheaf Road at about 11:45 p.m. for allegedly failing to keep right. Ronkowitz was also... View full size   RARITAN TWP. — Alexia C. Ronkowitz, 19, of Piscataway and an underage passenger in the vehicle were charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana after a motor vehicle stop on Feb. 8. Ronkowitz was pulled over on Route 202 near Barley Sheaf Road at about 11:45 p.m. for allegedly failing to keep right. Ronkowitz was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and underage possession of an alcoholic beverage. She received summonses on charges of having an obstructed view and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle. The investigation and arrest were made by Detective Robert Landolina. More Hunterdon County news: NJ.com/hunterdon • Facebook • Twitter
February 18 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2014/02/piscataway_driver_passenger_fa.html

Clinton Police charge Piscataway man with heroin possession
CLINTON — A 28-year-old Piscataway man, Matthew Margavitz, was charged on Jan. 5 with possession of heroin, police said, At 4:20 p.m. the same day, Patrolman Timothy McGuire was dispatched for a vehicle idling for an extended length of time at a stop sign on Union Road at Route 173 when the patrolman found Margavitz asleep behind the steering... Town of Clinton Police Department Hunterdon County Democrat CLINTON — A 28-year-old Piscataway man, Matthew Margavitz, was charged on Jan. 5 with possession of heroin, police said, At 4:20 p.m. the same day, Patrolman Timothy McGuire was dispatched for a vehicle idling for an extended length of time at a stop sign on Union Road at Route 173 when the patrolman found Margavitz asleep behind the steering wheel, police said. The patrolman saw evidence that Margavitz had recently used an illegal drug and found the Margavitz was in possession of Heroin and a Hypodermic Syringe, police said. Margavitz was also charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe without a prescription, driving under the influence, delaying traffic, possession of a controlled substance in a motor vehicle, and having tinted windows, police said. He was later released, police said.
January 09 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2014/01/clinton_police_charge_piscataw.html

Hunterdon grand jury hands up indictments on Dec. 19
A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on Dec. 19. • Daniel Alte,...   A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on Dec. 19. • Daniel Alte, 29, last known to be from Flemington, was charged with two counts of drug possession, third degree. On Oct. 10 in Raritan Township he allegedly had cocaine and heroin. • George Baker, 57, of Morrisville, Pa. was charged with two counts of drug possession, third degree. On Sept. 24 in Lambertville he allegedly had PCP and heroin. • Jacqueline Homschek, 22, of Kunkletown, Pa., was charged with drug possession, third degree. On Sept. 28 in Raritan Township she allegedly had heroin. • Alice B Howard, 32, of New York City was charged with identity theft and theft by deception, third degree. Between Jan. 8 and 16 in Franklin Township and Fairfax, Va., she allegedly opened a false business account in the name of Vanessa Dell. She allegedly then obtained $28,515.83 cash by transferring funds from Dell’s other accounts and withdrawing it from the account she created. • Eric Crawford, 21, of Flemington and Brandon Beckford, 27, of Piscataway were charged with drug possession with intent to distribute, third degree and drug possession, third degree. On Oct. 1 in Readington Township they allegedly had heroin which they planned to sell. • Rashad Clark, 34, and Ilean Mack, 32, both of Irvington were charged with criminal attempt to obtain prescription drugs by fraud, third degree; forgery, third degree; conspiracy to utter a forged document, third degree; conspiracy to possess drugs, third degree; obstruction, fourth degree and resisting arrest, fourth degree. Police said that they were called to the Rite-Aid at the Whitehouse Mall on Sept. 6 at 4:30 p.m. with a report that a man was trying to get a fake prescription filled. Cpl. Chris Heycock said that Clark was leaving the pharmacy as he entered, and that the man then ran through the parking lot and tried to jump into a rental car being driven slowly through the lot by Mack. Heycock said that he stopped and arrested Clark and that Mack fled the scene. Detective Patrick Gooley saw the rental car headed southbound on Main Street in Whitehouse Station and stopped it near Pulaski Road. They were taken to the county jail, with bail set for each at a full $32,000. They have since been released. More Hunterdon County news: NJ.com/hunterdon • Facebook • Twitter
December 21 2013 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2013/12/hunterdon_grand_jury_hands_up_23.html

Hunterdon grand jury hands up indictments on Dec. 12
A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on Dec. 12. Aprilynn Chomen, 24,...   A Hunterdon County grand jury has decided that sufficient evidence exists for the prosecution to proceed with cases against the people listed below. The defense has not yet responded to the charges. The indictment is merely a formal charge. These defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. These indictments were returned on Dec. 12. Aprilynn Chomen, 24, of Oswego Ave., Middlesex and Vincent Cucchiaro, 24, of Edgeworth Street, Middlesex were charged with credit card theft, third degree; theft by deception, third degree; fraudulent use of a credit card, third degree and conspiracy to commit theft, third degree. On Oct. 3 in Tewksbury Township they allegedly came up with a plan and then stole a Visa card with the intent to use it or sell or transfer it. The same day they also allegedly charged a total of $960.87 at Walmart, 7-11 and Walgreens in Manville and Piscataway. Chomen was still in the county jail as of Dec. 9; Cucchiaro was not. Ryan Waterson, 21, of Branchburg was charged with drug possession, third degree. On Sept. 13 was in front of Peapack Galdstone Bank at the Whitehouse Mall at about 4:30 p.m. when he was stopped by Lt. Scott Crater. Crater said that he recognized signs that Waterson could be under the influence of drugs and said that a search of Waterson turned up heroin and several syringes. Mark Meiterman, 20, of Whitehouse Station was charged with drug possession, third degree. On Sept. 13 he allegedly had heroin in Readington Township. More Hunterdon County news: NJ.com/hunterdon • Facebook • Twitter
December 16 2013 - Source: http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2013/12/hunterdon_grand_jury_hands_up_22.html

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Endangered Runaway: EMELY GAMEZ-LOPEZ (NJ)
EMELY GAMEZ-LOPEZ, Age Now: 17, Missing: 05/13/2011. Missing From PISCATAWAY, NJ. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Piscataway Township Police Department (New Jersey) 1-732-562-1100.
August 02 2013 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=1185522&seqNum=1

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13-02171- Piscataway Township Board of Education v. Sanchez
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Happening April 08 2014 - Source: https://ecf.njb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?899578

Obituary: Richard A. 'Tiny' Wolfe, 71, of Port Murray
Richard A. “Tiny” Wolfe, 71, of Port Murray, died on Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Dover, with his loving family by his side. Born in Washington on May 15, 1942, Richard was the son of the late Stanley H. & Ruth Laudenbach Wolfe. Mr. Wolfe served as site manager for the Colorite Corporation of Piscataway. With the exception of two... Richard A. “Tiny” Wolfe, 71, of Port Murray, died on Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Dover, with his loving family by his side. Born in Washington on May 15, 1942, Richard was the son of the late Stanley H. & Ruth Laudenbach Wolfe. Mr. Wolfe served as site manager for the Colorite Corporation of Piscataway. With the exception of two years employment in Reno, Nev., from 2006 to 2008, “Tiny” and his wife Pat have lived in Port Murray for over 46 years where they raised their family. A talented musician, he belonged to Blue Ridge Drum & Bugle Corp of Hackettstown, The Avengers Drum & Bugle Corp, Kenvile, and former Garden Statesmen Drum and Bugle Corp. Mr. Wolfe also served as a Boy Scout Master, Troop 222, Mansfield Township. He is survived by his wife, Patricia F. Casselli Wolfe of Mansfield Township; three sons, Alan R. and wife Christine Wolfe, Michael C. Wolfe, both of Mansfield Township and Kevin S. and wife Stephanie Wolfe, Madison, Conn.; one brother, William Wolfe of Seabrook Island, S.C.; and one sister, Elizabeth Jenkins, Edgewater Park. Visitation and funeral services at the Cochran Funeral Home, 905 High St., Hackettstown, will be held on Wednesday, March 19, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM with services beginning promptly at 12:30 PM. Interment will be at Union Cemetery, Hackettstown. In lieu of flowers, the family request that you please consider donating to kidney research. Donation envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Condolences may be given at cochranfuneral.com.
Happening March 21 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/warrenreporter/index.ssf/2014/03/obituary_richard_a_tiny_wolfe.html

N.J. schools closing early ahead of foot of snow - Jan. 21
Dozens of school districts have announced plans to follow an early-dismissal schedule, according to a list posted online Watch video With as much as a foot of snow predicted to blanket the Garden State starting this afternoon, school districts are planning ahead – and closing early for the day. Dozens of school districts are using an early-dismissal schedule, according to lists posted by ABC 7, NJ 101.5 and NBC 4 New York. UPDATE: Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour developing over N.J. Many of the affected schools are in the central and southern parts of the state, where the snow is expected to be heaviest, according to forecasts by the National Weather Service. Here is a preliminary list of early closings, the list will be updated as more information becomes available: Absecon Barnegat Bedminster Belleville Bernards Township Bloomfield Bloomsbury Lists by county: • MIDDLESEX • MONMOUTH • MORRIS • UNION Bogota Boonton Bound Brook Brick Bridgewater-Raritan Byram Califon Chester Cliffside Park Clinton Colts Neck Cranford Dover East Amwell East Brunswick East Hanover East Orange Emerson Englewood Cliffs Fair Lawn Fairview Flemington-Raritan Franklin Township Freehold Township Garfield Garwood Hardyston Harrison Hawthorne Hazlet High Bridge Borough Highland Park Holmdel (Closed for today) Hopatcong Irvington Jackson Jefferson Kearny Lambertville Lebanon Township Leonia Lincoln Park Little Egg Harbor Township Little Ferry Livingston Long Hill Mahwah Manville Marlboro Manasquan Maywood Mendham Midland Park Millstone Township Milltown Montclair Montgomery Township Morris Hills Regional Morris Mountainside Mt. Arlington New Brunswick New Providence North Bergen North Caldwell Old Bridge Orange Palisades Park Paramus Pinelands Regional Piscataway Plainfield Pleasantville Randolph Ridgefield Ridgewood Rochelle Park Rockaway Township Saddle Brook Sayreville Scotch Plains-Fanwood Secaucus Somerset Hills South Amboy South Bound Brook South Brunswick South Hackensack South Orange-Maplewood South Plainfield Sparta Spring Lake Summit Tewksbury Union City Upper Freehold Regional Upper Saddle Brook Vineland Wanaque Washington Township Board of Education, Long Valley (Closed for today) Watchung Borough Watchung Hills Regional Weehawken West Amwell West Essex Regional West Morris Regional West New York West Orange Westfield Wharton Wyckoff Smaller learning centers, day cares and other schools are also closing early or shutting altogether today. RELATED COVERAGE • Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour developing over N.J. • What to expect as snowstorm bears down on N.J.
Happening January 22 2014 - Source: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2014/01/nj_schools_closing_early_ahead_of_foot_of_snow_-_jan_21.html

The 10 meanest traffic lights in New Jersey
Three Jersey City approaches on the top 10 list for red-light camera citations Ed Murray/The Star-Ledger  RELATED:Meanest red-light cameras in N.J. pumped out thousands of citations in 2013 Here are the 10 New Jersey intersections that have produced the most red-light camera citations in 2013 (through Oct. 31). 1. CHERRY HILL: Springdale Road East & Route 70 — 11,890 citations. 2. SPRINGFIELD: Maple Avenue North and Morris Avenue (Rt 82) — 7,713 citations. 3. NEWARK: Route 21 South and Market Street — 7,473 citations. 4. EDISON: Route 1 South & Plainfield Avenue — 6,979 citations. 5. JERSEY CITY: Jersey Avenue South & 18th Street — 6,813 citations. 6. JERSEY CITY: Merseles Street South & Montgomery Street — 6,573 citations. 7. JERSEY CITY: Newark Avenue East/ Route 7 Ramp & Route 9/ Wallis Avenue — 6,309 citations. 8. CHERRY HILL: Springdale Road West & Route 70 — 6,285 citations. 9. RAHWAY: Route 1 South/ Route 9/ Edgar Road & East Grand Avenue — 5,877 citations. 10. PISCATAWAY: New Brunswick Avenue South & Stelton Road — 5,649 citations. Rahway Source: Red-light camera vendors Redflex Traffic Systems and American Traffic Solutions FOLLOW THE STAR-LEDGER: TWITTER • FACEBOOK • GOOGLE+
Happening December 29 2013 - Source: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2013/12/the_10_meanest_traffic_lights_in_new_jersey.html

Man wanted in Phillipsburg killing was free on bail in drug case, court records say
He was released Aug. 16 from the Hunterdon County jail after posting the full bail amount, court records say. Have you seen this man? Salim R. Newton is wanted by Phillipsburg police on a homicide related to Wednesday night's killing of a 22-year-old woman in the 300 block of Spruce Alley. Courtesy Photo The man wanted in the shooting death of a Phillipsburg woman has been free on $15,000 bail after his arrest last month on a charge of distributing drugs, court records state.Salim R. Newton, whose last known address was in the 500 block of South Main Street in Phillipsburg, posted the full bail amount and was released Aug. 16 from the Hunterdon County jail, three days after he was charged with a single count of distributing heroin and cocaine, according to court records.A warrant was issued for his arrest this morning, hours after a 22-year-old town woman was found shot to death in the 300 block of Spruce Alley. The woman, who police are not naming until family is notified, was dead when police arrived, Phillipsburg police Chief James Faulborn said this morning.As of early this afternoon, police continued to search for the 26-year-old Newton, who faces murder and weapons charges. His bail was set this morning at $1 million by state Superior Court Judge Ann Bartlett, police and court records say.A former neighbor said Newton lived with the victim and her two young children at the South Main Street apartment for roughly a year until they moved out several months ago. The neighbor said the two were dating at the time they lived in the apartment but was unsure where they had moved or if they continued to live with one another.The man, who declined to give his name due to the violent nature of the crime, identified Newton through a photograph and said he only knew him by an alias: L.B. He recalled the victim as a nice woman and said he had pleasant conversations with her and her parents.'She was so sweet,' the neighbor said. 'Both her and her parents were so nice.'Newton, who has a previous address listed in Piscataway, N.J., was also charged in Middlesex County in 2010 with simple assault and contempt of court, records say. Those charges were later downgraded and disposed of in family court, according to court documents.Police ask anyone with information on Newton's whereabouts to call 908-454-1121. All calls will remain confidential.Newton is described as a black man, standing roughly 6 feet 2 inches and weighing 180 pounds. He may be driving an older model, full-size white SUV, according to police.
Happening September 20 2013 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/phillipsburg/index.ssf/2013/09/man_wanted_in_phillipburg_murd.html

Hackettstown resident Helen Rinko, 85, passes away
Helen Rinko, born in Brooklyn on March 14, was as spirited an Irish Rose as they come. She welcomed the Lord’s calling on May 8, 2013. Helen Rinko  Helen Rinko, born in Brooklyn on March 14, was as spirited an Irish Rose as they come. She welcomed the Lord’s calling on May 8, 2013. Predeceased by the love of her life, Andrew Rinko Sr., she continued to love him so. Also predeceased were her friend and sister, Shirley Vertucci, and her brothers John and Joe McGlynn. Blessed by her unconditional love are her devoted son and daughter-in-law, Andy and Connie Rinko; loving daughter, Cathy Rinko; and her “can-do-no-wrong” grandchildren, Sharon, Tara, Jon and Michael. Helen was truly genuine, kind, and selfless. Acts of kindness included seeking out sales so she could donate to the local food bank; and, when Helen lived in Arizona, she and Andy made picnic lunches every Sunday to share with the Indian children on the Navajo Reservation. In her true spirit, Helen’s final act of selflessness was to gift her body to the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Helen’s wishes were that she not be mourned, but instead that she continues to be a household name, that we laugh a lot, and that we enjoy every day of our lives to the fullest. Her last thoughts were of others: “Please do not shed tears for me; think of all the good times. I don’t know when my time will come, but I am writing this should you ever feel sad, know that I’ll be near.” To memorialize Helen’s lifetime of selfless acts and “pay it forward,” you can make a donation to the RWJ Medical School, 675 Hoes Lane, Room NB11, Piscataway, NJ 08854, payable to: RWJMS Anatomical Association. The family will hold a small memorial gathering in the near future to celebrate Helen.
Happening August 16 2013 - Source: http://www.nj.com/warrenreporter/index.ssf/2013/05/hackettstown_resident_helen_ri.html

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More than 20 members of Middlesex heroin ring indicted
More than 20 members of a heroin ring operating out of New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Piscataway and Edison were indicted Thursday, acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said.
April 03 2014 - Source: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/article/20140403/NJNEWS10/304030052/More-than-20-members-Middlesex-heroin-ring-indicted

20 members of alleged heroin ring indicted
More than 20 members of a heroin ring operating out of New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Piscataway and Edison were indicted Thursday, acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said.
April 03 2014 - Source: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/article/20140403/NJNEWS10/304030052/More-than-20-members-Middlesex-heroin-ring-indicted

Incumbent, newcomer vie for county sheriff spot
By STELLA MORRISON Staff Writer The two candidates for Middlesex County sheriff — incumbent Mildred Scott, a Democrat from Piscataway, and Republican Jose Martinez of Monroe — were asked to describe their experience in law enforcement and how they will address security issues in the county if elected on Nov. 5. read more
October 22 2013 - Source: http://ns.gmnews.com/news/2013-10-24/Front_Page/Incumbent_newcomer_vie_for_county_sheriff_spot.html

Legislating Low Prices: Cutting Costs or Care?
The United States spends far more on health care than any other country.
August 09 2013 - Source: http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2013/08/legislating-low-prices-cutting-costs-or-care

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