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J., man pleaded guilty today to a charge arising from his role in a conspiracy to file thousands of fraudulent federal income tax returns, admitting the fake returns caused the IRS to issue over million in unearned tax refund checks, United States Attorney Paul J. Sheba News Release (.pdf) Sheba Information (.pdf) 12-20-10 -- CAMDEN -- Tarrell Matthews was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for robbing the Beneficial Savings Bank in Pennsauken, N. J., man was sentenced today to four years of probation, including a year of home confinement, for willfully subscribing to a false tax return on which he failed to disclose over million in a Swiss bank account, New Jersey U. Di Cicco of the Justice Department’s Tax Division announced. J., woman who allegedly perpetrated a mortgage fraud scheme and also impersonated an FBI agent and an IRS official appeared in federal court this afternoon to face related charges, United States Attorney Paul J. Haines News Release (.pdf) Haines Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- A North Bergen, N. man was convicted today for organizing a cargo theft ring that stole full tractor-trailers of merchandise from trucking yards in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, United States Attorney Paul J. Siyam News Release (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- Paul J. News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- The former president and owner of Spinal Care & Rehabilitation Center (“Spinal Care”), a chiropractic clinic in Rahway, N. Schaffer News Release (.pdf) Schaffer Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A former Roselle Park, New Jersey, police sergeant pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had acquired approximately 1,000 criminal images. Indictment (.pdf) 02-02-10 -- CAMDEN -- The owner/operator of a Philadelphia-based temporary labor firm pleaded guilty today to making bribe payments to a senior investigator with the N. Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Division of Wage and Hour Compliance, in return for the investigator's official assistance benefitting the company. Kong News Release (.pdf) 02-01-10 -- TRENTON -- The tenth and final member of a Newark-based "smash-and-grab" jewelry store robbery ring, which targeted stores in shopping malls in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Georgia, pleaded guilty today for his role in the conspiracy. Scannapieco, and to conspiring with Scannapieco to coceal the bribe payments from the IRS and other government authorities.

Zaltsberg News Release (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- The husband of the suspended office manager for the New Jersey City University (“NJCU”) Student Government Organization (“SGO”), pleaded guilty today to stealing over 0,000 in federally-subsidized funds from the university and conspiring to launder the proceeds of the theft, United States Attorney Paul J. Moody News Release (.pdf) Moody Information (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- New York Machinery, LLC (NYM), a New Jersey-based defense contracting company, pleaded guilty today to military contract procurement fraud involving the sale of replacement parts for use in military operations, U. Fishman, United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, announced today that financial collections by the Department of Justice in criminal and civil actions in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 reached an all-time high due to the efforts of U. Attorneys= Offices nationwide, with the 94 Offices contributing to the collection of .68 billion during the government=s fiscal year. According to statistics from the Department of Justice, the U. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey contributed to the collection and forfeiture of over million in FY 2010. J., was sentenced today to 37 months in prison in connection with his scheme to stage automobile accidents in order to send the participants to his clinic for phony treatment, United States Attorney Paul J. Castanon News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Long Branch High School athletic director Charles Ferrara Jr., admitted today that he conspired to defraud the school through fraudulent business practices, including for his personal benefit, U. Scull News Release (.pdf) Scull Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini was sentenced today to 36 months in prison for accepting ,000 in illicit campaign contributions in exchange for her agreement to exercise her official influence and authority to obtain real estate development approvals.

Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 07-12-10 -- NEWARK -- A second man from Togo was sentenced today for his participation in an operation in which dozens of women and girls were forced to work at hair braiding salons in Newark and East Orange, New Jersey without pay for the financial benefit of the defendants. Ross News Release (.pdf) Ross Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A member and an associate of the New Jersey Fruit Town Brims (“FTB”) Set of the Bloods street gang were sentenced today to prison terms for their involvement in a conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- NEWARK -- A Somerset County, New Jersey, Vehicle Maintenance Department mechanic pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had more than 600 criminal images.

Pitman Company, a New Jersey-based graphic arts and printing supply company, pleaded guilty today to wire fraud and tax evasion in connection with a million embezzlement scheme, U. Abney News Releas (.pdf) 07-13-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic, New Jersey woman was sentenced today to 30 months in federal prison for committing three bank robberies in Passaic County. News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey man was sentenced today to 87 months in federal prison for his role in an international drug and money laundering conspiracy which imported heroin from Colombia and distributed it in New York and New Jersey.

Olimpio & Fischbein News Release (.pdf) Olimpio Information (.pdf) Fischbein Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Two principals of Mid-Atlantic Trustees and Administrators (MATA) and six of their employees were arrested this morning on an Indictment charging them with perpetrating a conspiracy to defraud the United States through the marketing of two fraudulent products designed to conceal assets from the IRS and fraudulently discharge debt. Patnaik News Release (.pdf) Patnaik Information (.pdf) 07-19-10 -- NEWARK -- The President of New Jersey-based commercial construction company Designline Construction Services pleaded guilty today to engaging in two different criminal conspiracies aimed at defrauding Charlie Brown’s Acquisition Corporation and P. (“Capitol”), today for allegedly overseeing a 0 million Ponzi scheme linked to his purported wholesale grocery distribution business, United States Attorney Paul J. Shapiro News Release (.pdf) Shapiro Indictment (.pdf) 07-14-10 -- NEWARK -- The Department of Justice recognized a New Jersey initiative with the Outstanding Juvenile Program Award during today’s annual Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Achievement Awards, United States Attorney Paul J. The Mercer County PSN Juvenile Component – designed as a collaboration between Trenton police officers and New Jersey State juvenile probation and parole officers – focuses on violence prevention, intervention, education, and job training in a multifaceted effort to prevent recidivism by juveniles in the City of Trenton. Shortway-English pleaded guilty today to stealing approximately ,000 in social security disability payments.

Best & Weche News Release (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- NEWARK -- The co-owner of Ridgewood, New Jersey mortgage brokerage firm Diversified Financial Group, d/b/a Residential Mortgage Corporation (“Residential Mortgage”), and a former Residential Mortgage employee both pleaded guilty today to wire fraud conspiracy in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme. Palermo News Release (.pdf) Palermo Information (.pdf) 07-20-10 -- TRENTON -- The former owner, president, and CEO of a Bedminster, New Jersey, information technology company admitted today that he failed to pay the IRS taxes that the company withheld from its employees’ wages, instead using that money for personal and business expenses. Slabon News Release (.pdf) Slabon Information (.pdf) 07-14-10 -- NEWARK -- A federal grand jury indicted Nevin Shapiro, former owner and Chief Executive Officer of Capitol Investments USA, Inc. Information (.pdf) 01-20-10 -- NEWARK -- Hawthorne councilwoman Shirley J. Shortway-English News Release (.pdf) Shortway-English Information (.pdf) 01-20-10 -- NEWARK -- The chief executive officer at Sterling Seafood Corporation located in Cresskill pleaded guilty today to importing falsely labeled fish from Vietnam and evading over million in federal tariffs, as well as selling over 0,000 in similarly misbranded fish purchased from another importer in the United States.

Y., man pleaded guilty today to his role in a scheme to file false tax returns using the names and Social Security Numbers of, among other victims, adult and pediatric cancer patients, United States Attorney Paul J. Nelson News Release (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- NEWARK -- David Moro, former Chief Executive Officer of Inchon LLC, was convicted today by a federal jury in New Jersey for orchestrating a .2 million broadcasting equipment lease and financing scheme that caused losses of more than million to major lenders, United States Attorney Paul J. Moro News Release (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- TRENTON -- Maria Lourdes Sousa pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit mortgage fraud, admitting that she made false documents that were to be used to secure a fraudulent mortgage loan, United States Attorney Paul J. Sousa News Release (.pdf) Sousa Information (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- TRENTON -- Three men who operated unlicensed money transmitting businesses in New York pleaded guilty today to operating the illegal businesses, admitting they transferred large amounts of cash to a cooperating witness and to Rabbi Mordchai Fish, the then-principal rabbi of Congregation Sheves Achim in Brooklyn, N. Chiu News Release (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- CAMDEN -- Former Pleasantville, New Jersey Board of Education (PBOE) member David Thomas pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit extortion, admitting that he served as an intermediary by accepting ,700 in corrupt payments for former PBOE members Jayson G. Thomas News Release (.pdf) Thomas Information (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- TRENTON -- Eliahu Ben Haim, formerly the principal rabbi of Congregation Ohel Yaacob, a/k/a Ocean Avenue Synagogue, in Deal, New Jersey, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder approximately

J., man pleaded guilty today to a charge arising from his role in a conspiracy to file thousands of fraudulent federal income tax returns, admitting the fake returns caused the IRS to issue over $3 million in unearned tax refund checks, United States Attorney Paul J. Sheba News Release (.pdf) Sheba Information (.pdf) 12-20-10 -- CAMDEN -- Tarrell Matthews was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for robbing the Beneficial Savings Bank in Pennsauken, N. J., man was sentenced today to four years of probation, including a year of home confinement, for willfully subscribing to a false tax return on which he failed to disclose over $2 million in a Swiss bank account, New Jersey U. Di Cicco of the Justice Department’s Tax Division announced. J., woman who allegedly perpetrated a mortgage fraud scheme and also impersonated an FBI agent and an IRS official appeared in federal court this afternoon to face related charges, United States Attorney Paul J. Haines News Release (.pdf) Haines Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- A North Bergen, N. man was convicted today for organizing a cargo theft ring that stole full tractor-trailers of merchandise from trucking yards in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, United States Attorney Paul J. Siyam News Release (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- Paul J. News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- The former president and owner of Spinal Care & Rehabilitation Center (“Spinal Care”), a chiropractic clinic in Rahway, N. Schaffer News Release (.pdf) Schaffer Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A former Roselle Park, New Jersey, police sergeant pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had acquired approximately 1,000 criminal images. Indictment (.pdf) 02-02-10 -- CAMDEN -- The owner/operator of a Philadelphia-based temporary labor firm pleaded guilty today to making bribe payments to a senior investigator with the N. Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Division of Wage and Hour Compliance, in return for the investigator's official assistance benefitting the company. Kong News Release (.pdf) 02-01-10 -- TRENTON -- The tenth and final member of a Newark-based "smash-and-grab" jewelry store robbery ring, which targeted stores in shopping malls in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Georgia, pleaded guilty today for his role in the conspiracy. Scannapieco, and to conspiring with Scannapieco to coceal the bribe payments from the IRS and other government authorities. Zaltsberg News Release (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- The husband of the suspended office manager for the New Jersey City University (“NJCU”) Student Government Organization (“SGO”), pleaded guilty today to stealing over $500,000 in federally-subsidized funds from the university and conspiring to launder the proceeds of the theft, United States Attorney Paul J. Moody News Release (.pdf) Moody Information (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- New York Machinery, LLC (NYM), a New Jersey-based defense contracting company, pleaded guilty today to military contract procurement fraud involving the sale of replacement parts for use in military operations, U. Fishman, United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, announced today that financial collections by the Department of Justice in criminal and civil actions in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 reached an all-time high due to the efforts of U. Attorneys= Offices nationwide, with the 94 Offices contributing to the collection of $6.68 billion during the government=s fiscal year. According to statistics from the Department of Justice, the U. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey contributed to the collection and forfeiture of over $69 million in FY 2010. J., was sentenced today to 37 months in prison in connection with his scheme to stage automobile accidents in order to send the participants to his clinic for phony treatment, United States Attorney Paul J. Castanon News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Long Branch High School athletic director Charles Ferrara Jr., admitted today that he conspired to defraud the school through fraudulent business practices, including for his personal benefit, U. Scull News Release (.pdf) Scull Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini was sentenced today to 36 months in prison for accepting $20,000 in illicit campaign contributions in exchange for her agreement to exercise her official influence and authority to obtain real estate development approvals. Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 07-12-10 -- NEWARK -- A second man from Togo was sentenced today for his participation in an operation in which dozens of women and girls were forced to work at hair braiding salons in Newark and East Orange, New Jersey without pay for the financial benefit of the defendants. Ross News Release (.pdf) Ross Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A member and an associate of the New Jersey Fruit Town Brims (“FTB”) Set of the Bloods street gang were sentenced today to prison terms for their involvement in a conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- NEWARK -- A Somerset County, New Jersey, Vehicle Maintenance Department mechanic pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had more than 600 criminal images. Pitman Company, a New Jersey-based graphic arts and printing supply company, pleaded guilty today to wire fraud and tax evasion in connection with a $2 million embezzlement scheme, U. Abney News Releas (.pdf) 07-13-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic, New Jersey woman was sentenced today to 30 months in federal prison for committing three bank robberies in Passaic County. News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey man was sentenced today to 87 months in federal prison for his role in an international drug and money laundering conspiracy which imported heroin from Colombia and distributed it in New York and New Jersey. Olimpio & Fischbein News Release (.pdf) Olimpio Information (.pdf) Fischbein Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Two principals of Mid-Atlantic Trustees and Administrators (MATA) and six of their employees were arrested this morning on an Indictment charging them with perpetrating a conspiracy to defraud the United States through the marketing of two fraudulent products designed to conceal assets from the IRS and fraudulently discharge debt. Patnaik News Release (.pdf) Patnaik Information (.pdf) 07-19-10 -- NEWARK -- The President of New Jersey-based commercial construction company Designline Construction Services pleaded guilty today to engaging in two different criminal conspiracies aimed at defrauding Charlie Brown’s Acquisition Corporation and P. (“Capitol”), today for allegedly overseeing a $880 million Ponzi scheme linked to his purported wholesale grocery distribution business, United States Attorney Paul J. Shapiro News Release (.pdf) Shapiro Indictment (.pdf) 07-14-10 -- NEWARK -- The Department of Justice recognized a New Jersey initiative with the Outstanding Juvenile Program Award during today’s annual Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Achievement Awards, United States Attorney Paul J. The Mercer County PSN Juvenile Component – designed as a collaboration between Trenton police officers and New Jersey State juvenile probation and parole officers – focuses on violence prevention, intervention, education, and job training in a multifaceted effort to prevent recidivism by juveniles in the City of Trenton. Shortway-English pleaded guilty today to stealing approximately $17,000 in social security disability payments.

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J., man pleaded guilty today to a charge arising from his role in a conspiracy to file thousands of fraudulent federal income tax returns, admitting the fake returns caused the IRS to issue over $3 million in unearned tax refund checks, United States Attorney Paul J. Sheba News Release (.pdf) Sheba Information (.pdf) 12-20-10 -- CAMDEN -- Tarrell Matthews was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison for robbing the Beneficial Savings Bank in Pennsauken, N. J., man was sentenced today to four years of probation, including a year of home confinement, for willfully subscribing to a false tax return on which he failed to disclose over $2 million in a Swiss bank account, New Jersey U. Di Cicco of the Justice Department’s Tax Division announced. J., woman who allegedly perpetrated a mortgage fraud scheme and also impersonated an FBI agent and an IRS official appeared in federal court this afternoon to face related charges, United States Attorney Paul J. Haines News Release (.pdf) Haines Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- A North Bergen, N. man was convicted today for organizing a cargo theft ring that stole full tractor-trailers of merchandise from trucking yards in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, United States Attorney Paul J. Siyam News Release (.pdf) 12-16-10 -- NEWARK -- Paul J. News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- The former president and owner of Spinal Care & Rehabilitation Center (“Spinal Care”), a chiropractic clinic in Rahway, N. Schaffer News Release (.pdf) Schaffer Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A former Roselle Park, New Jersey, police sergeant pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had acquired approximately 1,000 criminal images. Indictment (.pdf) 02-02-10 -- CAMDEN -- The owner/operator of a Philadelphia-based temporary labor firm pleaded guilty today to making bribe payments to a senior investigator with the N. Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Division of Wage and Hour Compliance, in return for the investigator's official assistance benefitting the company. Kong News Release (.pdf) 02-01-10 -- TRENTON -- The tenth and final member of a Newark-based "smash-and-grab" jewelry store robbery ring, which targeted stores in shopping malls in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Georgia, pleaded guilty today for his role in the conspiracy. Scannapieco, and to conspiring with Scannapieco to coceal the bribe payments from the IRS and other government authorities.

Zaltsberg News Release (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- The husband of the suspended office manager for the New Jersey City University (“NJCU”) Student Government Organization (“SGO”), pleaded guilty today to stealing over $500,000 in federally-subsidized funds from the university and conspiring to launder the proceeds of the theft, United States Attorney Paul J. Moody News Release (.pdf) Moody Information (.pdf) 12-17-10 -- NEWARK -- New York Machinery, LLC (NYM), a New Jersey-based defense contracting company, pleaded guilty today to military contract procurement fraud involving the sale of replacement parts for use in military operations, U. Fishman, United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, announced today that financial collections by the Department of Justice in criminal and civil actions in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 reached an all-time high due to the efforts of U. Attorneys= Offices nationwide, with the 94 Offices contributing to the collection of $6.68 billion during the government=s fiscal year. According to statistics from the Department of Justice, the U. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey contributed to the collection and forfeiture of over $69 million in FY 2010. J., was sentenced today to 37 months in prison in connection with his scheme to stage automobile accidents in order to send the participants to his clinic for phony treatment, United States Attorney Paul J. Castanon News Release (.pdf) 11-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Long Branch High School athletic director Charles Ferrara Jr., admitted today that he conspired to defraud the school through fraudulent business practices, including for his personal benefit, U. Scull News Release (.pdf) Scull Information (.pdf) 06-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Former Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini was sentenced today to 36 months in prison for accepting $20,000 in illicit campaign contributions in exchange for her agreement to exercise her official influence and authority to obtain real estate development approvals.

Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 07-12-10 -- NEWARK -- A second man from Togo was sentenced today for his participation in an operation in which dozens of women and girls were forced to work at hair braiding salons in Newark and East Orange, New Jersey without pay for the financial benefit of the defendants. Ross News Release (.pdf) Ross Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A member and an associate of the New Jersey Fruit Town Brims (“FTB”) Set of the Bloods street gang were sentenced today to prison terms for their involvement in a conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- NEWARK -- A Somerset County, New Jersey, Vehicle Maintenance Department mechanic pleaded guilty today to possession of child pornography, admitting he had more than 600 criminal images.

Pitman Company, a New Jersey-based graphic arts and printing supply company, pleaded guilty today to wire fraud and tax evasion in connection with a $2 million embezzlement scheme, U. Abney News Releas (.pdf) 07-13-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic, New Jersey woman was sentenced today to 30 months in federal prison for committing three bank robberies in Passaic County. News Release (.pdf) 07-07-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey man was sentenced today to 87 months in federal prison for his role in an international drug and money laundering conspiracy which imported heroin from Colombia and distributed it in New York and New Jersey.

Olimpio & Fischbein News Release (.pdf) Olimpio Information (.pdf) Fischbein Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Two principals of Mid-Atlantic Trustees and Administrators (MATA) and six of their employees were arrested this morning on an Indictment charging them with perpetrating a conspiracy to defraud the United States through the marketing of two fraudulent products designed to conceal assets from the IRS and fraudulently discharge debt. Patnaik News Release (.pdf) Patnaik Information (.pdf) 07-19-10 -- NEWARK -- The President of New Jersey-based commercial construction company Designline Construction Services pleaded guilty today to engaging in two different criminal conspiracies aimed at defrauding Charlie Brown’s Acquisition Corporation and P. (“Capitol”), today for allegedly overseeing a $880 million Ponzi scheme linked to his purported wholesale grocery distribution business, United States Attorney Paul J. Shapiro News Release (.pdf) Shapiro Indictment (.pdf) 07-14-10 -- NEWARK -- The Department of Justice recognized a New Jersey initiative with the Outstanding Juvenile Program Award during today’s annual Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Achievement Awards, United States Attorney Paul J. The Mercer County PSN Juvenile Component – designed as a collaboration between Trenton police officers and New Jersey State juvenile probation and parole officers – focuses on violence prevention, intervention, education, and job training in a multifaceted effort to prevent recidivism by juveniles in the City of Trenton. Shortway-English pleaded guilty today to stealing approximately $17,000 in social security disability payments.

Best & Weche News Release (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- NEWARK -- The co-owner of Ridgewood, New Jersey mortgage brokerage firm Diversified Financial Group, d/b/a Residential Mortgage Corporation (“Residential Mortgage”), and a former Residential Mortgage employee both pleaded guilty today to wire fraud conspiracy in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme. Palermo News Release (.pdf) Palermo Information (.pdf) 07-20-10 -- TRENTON -- The former owner, president, and CEO of a Bedminster, New Jersey, information technology company admitted today that he failed to pay the IRS taxes that the company withheld from its employees’ wages, instead using that money for personal and business expenses. Slabon News Release (.pdf) Slabon Information (.pdf) 07-14-10 -- NEWARK -- A federal grand jury indicted Nevin Shapiro, former owner and Chief Executive Officer of Capitol Investments USA, Inc. Information (.pdf) 01-20-10 -- NEWARK -- Hawthorne councilwoman Shirley J. Shortway-English News Release (.pdf) Shortway-English Information (.pdf) 01-20-10 -- NEWARK -- The chief executive officer at Sterling Seafood Corporation located in Cresskill pleaded guilty today to importing falsely labeled fish from Vietnam and evading over $60 million in federal tariffs, as well as selling over $500,000 in similarly misbranded fish purchased from another importer in the United States.

Y., man pleaded guilty today to his role in a scheme to file false tax returns using the names and Social Security Numbers of, among other victims, adult and pediatric cancer patients, United States Attorney Paul J. Nelson News Release (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- NEWARK -- David Moro, former Chief Executive Officer of Inchon LLC, was convicted today by a federal jury in New Jersey for orchestrating a $4.2 million broadcasting equipment lease and financing scheme that caused losses of more than $3 million to major lenders, United States Attorney Paul J. Moro News Release (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- TRENTON -- Maria Lourdes Sousa pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit mortgage fraud, admitting that she made false documents that were to be used to secure a fraudulent mortgage loan, United States Attorney Paul J. Sousa News Release (.pdf) Sousa Information (.pdf) 11-16-10 -- TRENTON -- Three men who operated unlicensed money transmitting businesses in New York pleaded guilty today to operating the illegal businesses, admitting they transferred large amounts of cash to a cooperating witness and to Rabbi Mordchai Fish, the then-principal rabbi of Congregation Sheves Achim in Brooklyn, N. Chiu News Release (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- CAMDEN -- Former Pleasantville, New Jersey Board of Education (PBOE) member David Thomas pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit extortion, admitting that he served as an intermediary by accepting $23,700 in corrupt payments for former PBOE members Jayson G. Thomas News Release (.pdf) Thomas Information (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- TRENTON -- Eliahu Ben Haim, formerly the principal rabbi of Congregation Ohel Yaacob, a/k/a Ocean Avenue Synagogue, in Deal, New Jersey, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder approximately $1.5 million in funds that he believed were the proceeds of unlawful activities. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Mendes Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Graca et al. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Fernandes Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Berger et al. Williamson News Release (.pdf) Lloyd Woodson is scheduled to make an initial appearance in federal court tomorrow, Jan. Woodson was charged in a federal criminal Complaint that was signed and filed on Jan.

.5 million in funds that he believed were the proceeds of unlawful activities. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Mendes Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Graca et al. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Fernandes Criminal Complaint (.pdf) Berger et al. Williamson News Release (.pdf) Lloyd Woodson is scheduled to make an initial appearance in federal court tomorrow, Jan. Woodson was charged in a federal criminal Complaint that was signed and filed on Jan.

Arnold News Release (.pdf) Arnold Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- TRENTON -- The owner of a Barnegat, New Jersey construction company was sentenced today to a year and a day in federal prison for failing to report 2,764 in income. Indictment (.pdf) 07-21-10 -- TRENTON -- Larry Langforddavis of Hillside, New Jersey, was sentenced today to 115 months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition that belonged to a Deputy United States Marshal. Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. Tsoutsas News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Mount Holly man was sentenced to 87 months in federal prison today for assisting others in the commission of three bank robberies by phoning in hoax 911 calls in an attempt to lead police away from the targeted banks. Barrett News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic woman pleaded guilty today to federal bank robbery charges, admitting she committed three bank robberies in Passaic County. Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Wayne Puff, the ringleader of a massive Ponzi scheme which defrauded hundreds of investors and mortgage lenders of more than 0 million through a purported real estate investment business, was sentenced to 216 months in federal prison today. Arnold and Robert Kirsch, 973-645-27, respectively. Puff News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A grand jury returned a 17-count Superseding Indictment today that charges Denis Kelliher, the former operator of a Bordentown car dealership, with bank fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering, and seeks criminal forfeiture in the amount of .9 million. Schweiker and Jennifer Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. De Forge News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Real estate developer Shimon Haber pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder money, admitting he agreed with a cooperating witness and others to launder money for the purpose of making contributions to the political committee of a Union City official in exchange for official approvals to develop certain property in Union City. Nelson News Release (.pdf) Nelson Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- TRENTON -- A music industry promoter pleaded guilty today to defrauding a New Jersey investor of approximately 0,000 by fraudulently claiming to be promoting a series of Mariah Carey concerts in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that never took place, U. Zatlsberg News Release (.pdf) Zatlsberg Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Hudson County, New Jersey man pleaded guilty today a federal fraud charge arising from his creation of computerized templates to be used in the production of false identification documents, including federal law enforcement credentials, and selling them over the Internet. Muhammad News Release (.pdf) Muhammad Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Florida man pleaded guilty today to his role in a million stock fraud and money laundering scheme, admitting that he cost public investors over

Arnold News Release (.pdf) Arnold Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- TRENTON -- The owner of a Barnegat, New Jersey construction company was sentenced today to a year and a day in federal prison for failing to report $242,764 in income. Indictment (.pdf) 07-21-10 -- TRENTON -- Larry Langforddavis of Hillside, New Jersey, was sentenced today to 115 months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition that belonged to a Deputy United States Marshal. Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. Tsoutsas News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Mount Holly man was sentenced to 87 months in federal prison today for assisting others in the commission of three bank robberies by phoning in hoax 911 calls in an attempt to lead police away from the targeted banks. Barrett News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic woman pleaded guilty today to federal bank robbery charges, admitting she committed three bank robberies in Passaic County. Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Wayne Puff, the ringleader of a massive Ponzi scheme which defrauded hundreds of investors and mortgage lenders of more than $100 million through a purported real estate investment business, was sentenced to 216 months in federal prison today. Arnold and Robert Kirsch, 973-645-27, respectively. Puff News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A grand jury returned a 17-count Superseding Indictment today that charges Denis Kelliher, the former operator of a Bordentown car dealership, with bank fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering, and seeks criminal forfeiture in the amount of $14.9 million. Schweiker and Jennifer Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. De Forge News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Real estate developer Shimon Haber pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder money, admitting he agreed with a cooperating witness and others to launder money for the purpose of making contributions to the political committee of a Union City official in exchange for official approvals to develop certain property in Union City.

Nelson News Release (.pdf) Nelson Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- TRENTON -- A music industry promoter pleaded guilty today to defrauding a New Jersey investor of approximately $330,000 by fraudulently claiming to be promoting a series of Mariah Carey concerts in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that never took place, U. Zatlsberg News Release (.pdf) Zatlsberg Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Hudson County, New Jersey man pleaded guilty today a federal fraud charge arising from his creation of computerized templates to be used in the production of false identification documents, including federal law enforcement credentials, and selling them over the Internet. Muhammad News Release (.pdf) Muhammad Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Florida man pleaded guilty today to his role in a $20 million stock fraud and money laundering scheme, admitting that he cost public investors over $1 million in losses.

Alfolabi News Release (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A federal grand jury indicted a New York City man today for his involvement in a scheme to file false tax returns using the names, dates, and Social Security Numbers of, among other victims, adult and pediatric cancer patients. Artfitch News Release (.pdf) Artfitch Indictment (.pdf) 07-01-10 -- NEWARK -- A Milltown, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of willfully subscribing to a false tax return, admitting he concealed over $2 million in a Swiss bank account. Brown News Release (.pdf) Brown Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- Leonard Kaiser, the former mayor of North Arlington, who also previously served as the executive director of the Bergen County Utilities Authority and a commissioner of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, and his wife both pleaded guilty today to attempted tax evasion charges.

News Release (.pdf) 11-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Camden federal jury found Philadelphia, Pa. Stojchevski News Release (.pdf) Stojchevski Information (.pdf) 06-29-10 -- CAMDEN -- A former Camden, New Jersey police officer pleaded guilty today to conspiring with other Camden Police officers to deprive others of their civil rights. Superseding Indictment (.pdf) 06-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Three members of an alleged mortgage fraud scheme that falsely promised to help homeowners facing foreclosure keep their homes and repair their damaged credit were arrested this morning on wire fraud conspiracy charges. Fishman and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Catrillo News Release (.pdf) 01-22-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township man pleaded guilty today to federal charges for operating a heroin distribution organization that imported heroin from Colombia and distributed the drugs in New York City and Atlantic County and the laundering of drug proceeds.

Sellers News Release (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- TRENTON -- Edivaldo dos Santos and Rosa Damasceno each pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit mortgage fraud, admitting that they attempted to use false documents to secure a fraudulent mortgage loan, United States Attorney Paul J. Dos Santos & Damasceno News Release (.pdf) Dos Santos Information (.pdf) Damasceno Information (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- NEWARK -- Two men were convicted by a federal jury today, after less than an hour of deliberation, for robbing a Bank of America branch in Franklin Township, N. Sternquist News Release (.pdf) Sternquist Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a scheme in which he defrauded an investor by impersonating representatives of an international law firm and a financial institution. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- NEWARK -- Following an announcement today by Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington, representatives of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force in Newark, New Jersey, including United States Attorney Paul J. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- An East Orange construction code official pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of attempted extortion under color of official right, admitting he accepted thousands of dollars in corrupt cash payments from a cooperating witness, which were made through an East Orange Contractor, in return for exercising his future official assistance in favor of the cooperating witness's project.

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Arnold News Release (.pdf) Arnold Information (.pdf) 07-22-10 -- TRENTON -- The owner of a Barnegat, New Jersey construction company was sentenced today to a year and a day in federal prison for failing to report $242,764 in income. Indictment (.pdf) 07-21-10 -- TRENTON -- Larry Langforddavis of Hillside, New Jersey, was sentenced today to 115 months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition that belonged to a Deputy United States Marshal. Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. Tsoutsas News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Mount Holly man was sentenced to 87 months in federal prison today for assisting others in the commission of three bank robberies by phoning in hoax 911 calls in an attempt to lead police away from the targeted banks. Barrett News Release (.pdf) 01-15-10 -- TRENTON -- A Passaic woman pleaded guilty today to federal bank robbery charges, admitting she committed three bank robberies in Passaic County. Balderas-Dehernandez News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Wayne Puff, the ringleader of a massive Ponzi scheme which defrauded hundreds of investors and mortgage lenders of more than $100 million through a purported real estate investment business, was sentenced to 216 months in federal prison today. Arnold and Robert Kirsch, 973-645-27, respectively. Puff News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- TRENTON -- A grand jury returned a 17-count Superseding Indictment today that charges Denis Kelliher, the former operator of a Bordentown car dealership, with bank fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering, and seeks criminal forfeiture in the amount of $14.9 million. Schweiker and Jennifer Davenport, 609-989-0566 and 609-989-2354, respectively. De Forge News Release (.pdf) 01-14-10 -- NEWARK -- Real estate developer Shimon Haber pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder money, admitting he agreed with a cooperating witness and others to launder money for the purpose of making contributions to the political committee of a Union City official in exchange for official approvals to develop certain property in Union City. Nelson News Release (.pdf) Nelson Indictment (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- TRENTON -- A music industry promoter pleaded guilty today to defrauding a New Jersey investor of approximately $330,000 by fraudulently claiming to be promoting a series of Mariah Carey concerts in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that never took place, U. Zatlsberg News Release (.pdf) Zatlsberg Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Hudson County, New Jersey man pleaded guilty today a federal fraud charge arising from his creation of computerized templates to be used in the production of false identification documents, including federal law enforcement credentials, and selling them over the Internet. Muhammad News Release (.pdf) Muhammad Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Florida man pleaded guilty today to his role in a $20 million stock fraud and money laundering scheme, admitting that he cost public investors over $1 million in losses. Alfolabi News Release (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A federal grand jury indicted a New York City man today for his involvement in a scheme to file false tax returns using the names, dates, and Social Security Numbers of, among other victims, adult and pediatric cancer patients. Artfitch News Release (.pdf) Artfitch Indictment (.pdf) 07-01-10 -- NEWARK -- A Milltown, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of willfully subscribing to a false tax return, admitting he concealed over $2 million in a Swiss bank account. Brown News Release (.pdf) Brown Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- Leonard Kaiser, the former mayor of North Arlington, who also previously served as the executive director of the Bergen County Utilities Authority and a commissioner of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, and his wife both pleaded guilty today to attempted tax evasion charges. News Release (.pdf) 11-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Camden federal jury found Philadelphia, Pa. Stojchevski News Release (.pdf) Stojchevski Information (.pdf) 06-29-10 -- CAMDEN -- A former Camden, New Jersey police officer pleaded guilty today to conspiring with other Camden Police officers to deprive others of their civil rights. Superseding Indictment (.pdf) 06-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Three members of an alleged mortgage fraud scheme that falsely promised to help homeowners facing foreclosure keep their homes and repair their damaged credit were arrested this morning on wire fraud conspiracy charges. Fishman and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Catrillo News Release (.pdf) 01-22-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township man pleaded guilty today to federal charges for operating a heroin distribution organization that imported heroin from Colombia and distributed the drugs in New York City and Atlantic County and the laundering of drug proceeds. Sellers News Release (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- TRENTON -- Edivaldo dos Santos and Rosa Damasceno each pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit mortgage fraud, admitting that they attempted to use false documents to secure a fraudulent mortgage loan, United States Attorney Paul J. Dos Santos & Damasceno News Release (.pdf) Dos Santos Information (.pdf) Damasceno Information (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- NEWARK -- Two men were convicted by a federal jury today, after less than an hour of deliberation, for robbing a Bank of America branch in Franklin Township, N. Sternquist News Release (.pdf) Sternquist Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a scheme in which he defrauded an investor by impersonating representatives of an international law firm and a financial institution. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- NEWARK -- Following an announcement today by Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington, representatives of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force in Newark, New Jersey, including United States Attorney Paul J. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- An East Orange construction code official pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of attempted extortion under color of official right, admitting he accepted thousands of dollars in corrupt cash payments from a cooperating witness, which were made through an East Orange Contractor, in return for exercising his future official assistance in favor of the cooperating witness's project.

million in losses. Alfolabi News Release (.pdf) 07-08-10 -- NEWARK -- A federal grand jury indicted a New York City man today for his involvement in a scheme to file false tax returns using the names, dates, and Social Security Numbers of, among other victims, adult and pediatric cancer patients. Artfitch News Release (.pdf) Artfitch Indictment (.pdf) 07-01-10 -- NEWARK -- A Milltown, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of willfully subscribing to a false tax return, admitting he concealed over million in a Swiss bank account. Brown News Release (.pdf) Brown Information (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- Leonard Kaiser, the former mayor of North Arlington, who also previously served as the executive director of the Bergen County Utilities Authority and a commissioner of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, and his wife both pleaded guilty today to attempted tax evasion charges. News Release (.pdf) 11-15-10 -- CAMDEN -- A Camden federal jury found Philadelphia, Pa. Stojchevski News Release (.pdf) Stojchevski Information (.pdf) 06-29-10 -- CAMDEN -- A former Camden, New Jersey police officer pleaded guilty today to conspiring with other Camden Police officers to deprive others of their civil rights. Superseding Indictment (.pdf) 06-22-10 -- NEWARK -- Three members of an alleged mortgage fraud scheme that falsely promised to help homeowners facing foreclosure keep their homes and repair their damaged credit were arrested this morning on wire fraud conspiracy charges. Fishman and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Catrillo News Release (.pdf) 01-22-10 -- CAMDEN -- An Egg Harbor Township man pleaded guilty today to federal charges for operating a heroin distribution organization that imported heroin from Colombia and distributed the drugs in New York City and Atlantic County and the laundering of drug proceeds. Sellers News Release (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- TRENTON -- Edivaldo dos Santos and Rosa Damasceno each pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit mortgage fraud, admitting that they attempted to use false documents to secure a fraudulent mortgage loan, United States Attorney Paul J. Dos Santos & Damasceno News Release (.pdf) Dos Santos Information (.pdf) Damasceno Information (.pdf) 11-09-10 -- NEWARK -- Two men were convicted by a federal jury today, after less than an hour of deliberation, for robbing a Bank of America branch in Franklin Township, N. Sternquist News Release (.pdf) Sternquist Information (.pdf) 06-30-10 -- TRENTON -- A Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey, man pleaded guilty today to a scheme in which he defrauded an investor by impersonating representatives of an international law firm and a financial institution. Criminal Complaint (.pdf) 06-17-10 -- NEWARK -- Following an announcement today by Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington, representatives of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force in Newark, New Jersey, including United States Attorney Paul J. Garcia News Release (.pdf) 01-21-10 -- NEWARK -- An East Orange construction code official pleaded guilty today to a federal charge of attempted extortion under color of official right, admitting he accepted thousands of dollars in corrupt cash payments from a cooperating witness, which were made through an East Orange Contractor, in return for exercising his future official assistance in favor of the cooperating witness's project.

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