The second-in-command at the former Birdsall Services Group (BSG) is sentenced to one year less in prison than his boss, for his role in a pay-to-play scenario that ultimately dissolved the Eatontown engineering firm.
The death of a Belmar 38-year-old during the September 2015 Souper Groove Music Festival in Howell Township is determined to be accidental and influenced by drugs. A Monmouth County grand jury also found no cause for criminal charges against police.
The day before the scheduled start of his trial, the second in command at the former Birdsall Services engineering firm admits involvement in the million-dollar political bribery web unraveled by New Jersey investigators.
The construction of a 1.3-mile dune along the shoreline in Belmar did exactly what it was supposed to do during this past weekend's historic winter storm: it protected the streets and homes from devastating flood waters.
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