The former executive vice-president of Middletown-based Birdsall Services Group engineering firm risks five to 10 years in prison on conviction for each of four second-degree charges stemming from a probe of alleged violations of New Jersey's pay to play laws.
Detours up hours after The fire at 236 Hooper Avenue are a grim reminder of the loss of a historic home.
Investigators search for the source and origin of the blaze at the historic home formerly owned by Captain Amos Birdsall in the late 1800's.
Former Brick Township Administrator Scott MacFadden appears headed for up to 364 days in the Ocean County Jail for his role in funneling political money illegally through his job at the former Birdsall Services engineering firm.
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