Husband of Montville, NJ ‘Real Housewife’ Teresa Giudice sentenced to jail

The husband of Montville’s “real housewife” Teresa Giudice on Monday started his 10-day sentence in the Morris County jail for driving with a suspended license stemming from a drunken driving conviction in Towaco.

Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice, 40, the husband of the star of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” was sentenced by a judge Wednesday to serve 10 days in jail, according to a document obtained by

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Point Pleasant, NJ police: Boy, 15 charged with DWI

POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ — A drunken teen took police on a brief foot chase after he crashed a stolen pickup truck into a local business as an officer tried to pull him over, according to police.

An off-duty police officer first noticed the 15-year-old boy driving the 1996 Dodge Ram Sport erratically in Point Pleasant shortly before 4 a.m. Sunday and followed the vehicle into the neighboring borough, according to Detective Patrick Petruzziello.

Police Officer Frank Finn caught up with the truck on Trenton Avenue, where the juvenile was driving without the vehicle’s headlights on, and attempted to stop the truck, when the juvenile took off, Petruzziello said.

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Owner Johnson disappointed with Edwards over DWI

Braylon Edwards

Braylon Edwards

Jets owner Woody Johnson told Braylon Edwards that the star wide receiver’s arrest for drunken driving Tuesday morning disappointed the team and himself.

“I just shared with him my feelings,’’ Johnson said yesterday. “I told him exactly what I’m telling you: ‘This is not acceptable, Braylon. I’m disappointed. You let yourself down. You let the team down.’ ’’


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Woman charged in underage drunk-driving death

Charges have been filed against a 22-year-old Johnston woman for allegedly providing alcohol to an underage friend who later died from drinking and driving.

Silvia Fouch was charged Sept. 24 with supplying alcohol to a minor resulting in death. If convicted, she faces up to 5 years in jail for the class D felony.

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