Week in Review: Justice for Jennifer

This week in West Deptford, 10 years of anguish for a family ends in a murder sentencing, West Deptford officials shake up some positions, a Woodbury woman is killed and more.

Brian Mertz Gets 50 Years in Slaying of Jennifer Whipkey

Ten years after she was murdered in West Deptford, Jennifer Whipkey gets a measure of justice as her killer is sentenced. Click here for our photos from the emotional sentencing.

Deptford Police Officer James Stuart Charged in Shooting

A Saturday morning shooting in Deptford left a man in critical condition with a bullet to the head and the shooter, a Deptford cop, in custody on related charges.

Calls for Bipartisan Unity Crumble in Minutes at Reorg

West Deptford’s committee starts the year much in the same way it ended 2012—divided on party lines.

UPDATE: Authorities: Missing Woodbury Woman Was Murdered

Sabrina Bullock’s body was found one day after she was reported missing. A neighbor is charged in the 41-year-old’s death.

Felon Charged in Woodbury Woman's Slaying Has Lengthy Criminal History

Harry Neher, the man accused of killing Sabrina Bullock, has a criminal record dating back a decade.

Kintzing Not Reappointed to Planning Board

Two longtime planning board reps won’t return in 2013 as Mayor Raymond Chintall said he wanted fresh ideas from the body.

Tyler Kaminski is hitting the mats hard for the Eagles, as the wrestling team hopes to improve on its slow start.

Execution of Search Warrant Leads to Marijuana Charges for Two Men

A monthlong investigation by West Deptford Police results in two township men getting arrested.

Lee Makes Voice Heard Early On with School Board

West Deptford’s newest school board members jump into the action. Also see: Kline Hopes Job Experience Helps Makes Him Asset to School Board.

These are just a few of the many stories West Deptford Patch brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive for the full list.

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