The former payroll and benefits specialist for the Maple Shade school district faces four years in prison, for getting health insurance for his ex-wife through the Board of Ed for five years, and for paying a personal loan with district money.
Former Brick Township Schools Superintendent Walter Uszenski, his daughter, and two other onetime district officials are indicted and face possible trial for allegedly using taxpayer funds to furnish his grandson with unauthorized services.
Brick Township Schools Superintendent Dr. Walter Uszenski, his daughter and a former school official are under arrest for allegedly using school funds illegally to furnish Uszenski's grandchild with full-time day care and transportation.
James Habel, the onetime head of the Wall Township school district, faces a mandatory five years in a New Jersey prison following his guilty verdict by a Monmouth County jury to a count of official misconduct.
A Brick Township patrolman with eight years on the force risks up to 10 years in prison if convicted of official misconduct. Officer Justin A. Delaney was indicted Wednesday by an Ocean County grand jury in Toms River.