Prosecutors accuse a former New Jersey police dispatcher of selling prescription pain pills during breaks in her dispatcher shift.
Donna Frate, of Barnegat, was charged with a variety of drug offenses in an indictment handed up by a grand jury on Oct. 26. Three others were also charged.
The Asbury Park Press reports the 41-year-old is accused of dealing oxycodone during breaks in her shift as a police dispatcher in Stafford Township.
The indictment also charges 36-year-old Thomas Malone, 57 year-old Mark Jung, and 34-year-old Peter Frate.
Frate and her co-defendants were among 20 people arrested during an undercover narcotics investigation conducted by a unit of the Ocean County Prosecutor's office.
The Frates couldn't be reached for comment Thursday; their voicemail box was full. No attorney information was available.
They face a Nov. 14 arraignment.