A Toms River-based sports doctor faces up to five years in prison for taking more than $60,000 in bribes from a Lakewood compound pharmacy owner, referring pain cream prescriptions on his behalf, and falsifying insurance documents.
Carmine Inteso, the former Toms River Township Council and Committee member who spent a year as its mayor, can expect to spend six months in a federal prison and six months under house arrest for tax evasion.
The man who spent three decades as Middlesex County Sheriff and 16 years as the county's former Democratic Chairman will be recommended for a nine-year prison term for collecting some $112,000 in a jobs-for-cash scheme that preyed on people seeking jobs or promotions in his office.
Frank D'Alonzo, the onetime Athletics and Special Projects Supervisor in the Toms River Regional Schools District, heads to prison for 37 months in connection with the bribery scheme that landed his former boss behind bars for more than three times as long.
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