Chief Assistant Prosecutor Brad Seabury Presented at Opioid Program in Victory Gardens

On Saturday, April 28, 2018 Chief Assistant Prosecutor Brad Seabury presented at a program dedicated to combatting the Opioid and Heroin Epidemic. This three hour event was hosted by Mayor David Holeman Jr. of Victory Gardens, Mayor James P. Dodd of Dover and the Dover Municipal Alliance Committee at the Garden Chapel on Washington Avenue. Seabury was joined at this event by various other community organizations including the Morris County Sheriff’s Office, Morris Center for Addiction Recovery Education & Success (CARES), and New Jersey State Police. The program was very well received, as a good showing of the local community came out with the hope of learning about the Epidemic in Morris County, what they can do to combat it. Approximately 25 of the attendees were even trained in administering Narcan, an antidote to opiates, by Alton Robinson and Nicola Innis of Morris CARES.

Chief Assistant Prosecutor Brad Seabury Presented at Opioid Program in Victory Gardens

Chief Assistant Prosecutor Brad Seabury Presented at Opioid Program in Victory Gardens
From left to right: Garden Chapel Parishioner Mark Geradi, Mayor Dave Holeman, Jr. of Victory Gardens, Mayor James Dodd of Dover, Deputy Chief Anthony Smith of Dover PD, Sheriff James Gannon, CAP Brad Seabury, Garden Chapel Pastor Tim Hart, Councilman Ismael Lorenzo of Victory Gardens, Pastor Hector Quinones of the Garden Chapel, and Alderman James Visioli of Dover.

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