The hat ecrimes took place in Lakewood and Jackson Township.
A Lawrence couple has been indicted for allegedly conspiring to prepare and submit fraudulent applications for asylum seekers, U.S. Attorney Philip Sellinger announced Wednesday. Zuwairul Ameer, aka “Zuwairul Thowfeek,” 61, and Claudette Ameer, aka “Claudette Pieries,” 63, were both indicted on Aug. 29 on one count of conspiring to commit immigration fraud and one count…
Princeton Mayor Mark Freda has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit related to the 2021 vehicle theft and crash on Route 27 that killed a Newark teen and a Kendall Park woman. The lawsuit, first reported by NJ 101.5, alleges that Freda, who is a volunteer firefighter and the president of the Princeton…
Petrucci has worked for the prosecutor’s office since 1999.
Jennifer Downing-Mathis has been promoted to first assistant prosecutor in Mercer County. She was sworn in last week by Judge Janetta Marbrey at the Mercer County Criminal Courthouse. In her new role, Downing-Mathis will assist the prosecutor’s office in formulating policy and overseeing investigations. She will oversee several units in the office, as well as…
The Appellate Court decision was issued on June 30.
A Connecticut man was sentenced Wednesday to 16 months in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire scheme in which a New Jersey-based political consultant paid him and another man to kill a longtime associate. George Bratsenis, 74, of Monroe, Conn. previously pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit murder for hire. His…
The suit was filed Tuesday in federal court.
Two Monmouth County residents and a Ewing resident were indicted Thursday for their role in a years-long scheme to defraud the U.S. Department of Defense by providing military equipment parts that were not authorized under their contracts with the government, U.S. Attorney Philip Sellinger said. Linda Mika, 70, and Paul Mika, 74, of Jackson, and…
The new division will enforce both civil and criminal civil rights laws.
The couple used their South Amboy basement as a manufacturing facility to make and label products.
The check thefts took place between 2016 and 2020.
The Princeton campus was shut down starting in the fall of 2020.
According to the court filing, three of the victims of Graham’s alleged Ponzi schemes were Princeton area residents.
The local planning baord approved the project in May.
The lawsuit seeks an injunction barring mask mandates.
Previously, Cooper was found liable for damages related to the fraud scheme in a civil case brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In Mercer County, a court date has not been set for the teen.