Sheriff's officer admits stealing cocaine used for canine training

A lieutenant who was heading the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department canine unit has pleaded guilty to misusing more than a kilogram of cocaine designated for canine training.

John C. Adams, 40, of Toms River is required to serve three years in prison with two years of parole ineligibility under a guilty plea to official misconduct and theft entered Thursday, the county prosecutor’s office said.

Ocean County Sheriff’s Officer John Adams and his Bloodhound “Cooper” search the front yard of a home in Dover on June 11, 2004. (Matt Rainey | The Star-Ledger)

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Source: NJ.com Ocean

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