Special Agent Albert J. Carino

Special Agent Albert J. Carino

New Jersey Department of the Treasury - Office of Criminal Investigation, New Jersey

End of Watch Wednesday, August 4, 1982

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Albert J. Carino

Special Agent Albert Carino was killed when his department vehicle was hit head-on by a eighteen-wheeler on Egg Harbor Road in Hammonton. A 42-year-old driver of a car ran a stop sign and hit the rear bumper of Agent Carino's car causing it to spin out of control and into the path of the truck. The suspect fled the scene but was later arrested and charged in connection with the incident.

Agent Carino had served with the New Jersey Department of the Treasury for 16 years and was assigned to cigarette tax investigations. He is survived by his wife and seven children. He was a well-known youth basketball coach in the state and was the founder and first coach of the Southern Campus Rutgers University basketball team.


  • Age 65
  • Tour 16 years
  • Badge 14

Incident Details

  • Cause Vehicular assault
  • Weapon Automobile
  • Offender Arrested


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You are remembered each day as visitors and Special Agents alike pass a plaque dedicated to your memory & marking the Anniversary of your death in our Office of Criminal Investigation - Central offices. Your badge, #14 was officially retired by Order of the SAC. Which started a format that no badge# would ever be re-issued. While I never met or worked with you, your reputation for professionalism & dedication to duty was spoken by those who were your friends and co-workers! RIP brother you are remembered & honored!

Special Agent in Charge Charles Giblin
NJ Treasury - Office of Criminal Investigation

August 5, 2020

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