The focus was originally the Todt Hill Houses but expanded to include a wider area and was so named because despite police suspicion of drug dealing from the Houses, they remained strangely quiet.'This long-term investigation uncovered a wide network of criminals who were peddling their narcotics across Staten Island.
With no regard for the law-abiding citizens and children they put in danger, these defendants sought to make money dealing illegal drugs,' Donovan told SI Live.'My message to drug dealers is clear: No matter what powder or pill you push, whether it be cocaine or oxycodone, the law enforcement community of Staten Island will band together to bring you to justice.'The sixth season of the show, which includes the marriage of Epstein and Dimarco, was due to air on the Style Network this year, but the network has been rebranded as the Esquire Network, which will not be running the show.
Olivia was born and raised in Montville, New Jersey. She attended Montville Township High School with Jackie Bianchi, who is Olivia's childhood friend and stylist at Anthony Roberts Salon.
Olivia described herself as a feisty tomboy growing up, it wasn't until middle school that she started to get into makeup and hair.
In high school, she would wear sparkly bras exposed with what she was wearing. She wanted to go to beauty school, but her mother insisted that she goes to college.
She went to County College of Morris, where she studied fashion, art history and design.
She composed a stirring message about her former boyfriend and posted it to Instagram (see below) on March 16. If there is someone who has a part of your heart, no matter what has transpired in the past, no matter what the situation might be.. The “docusoap” series premiered on March 21, 2010 on Style Network.From new marriages and welcoming babies to still working in the business or opening their own salons, the cast has truly come along way.MUST SEE: What Does Pauly D From 'Jersey Shore' Look Like Now? Spoiler alert: They're all still located in New Jersey. Aktari was one of the most popular stars of the reality show that aired on the now defunct Style Network from 2010 to 2013.He passed way in his hometown of Westbury on Long Island in New York state, according to Seasons 2 through 4.A 23-year-old man who appeared on the now-defunct Style Network show Jerseylicious has been arrested as part of a sweeping drug sting that netted 21 members of a 'loosely affiliated' network of drug dealers in Staten Island.