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Former Executive from Brick Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

The Brick Township woman who today admitted skimming at least $1,300,000 from the Carteret logistic services company  that employed her faces up to 20 years in prison at her July 29 sentencing.

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Lakewood Real Estate Scammer Sentenced to 22 Years

Eliyahu Weinstein, who admitted his role in $200,000,000 real estate investment scheme, can expect to spend up to 264 months in prison for it while a co-defendant remains on the lam.

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Ex-Manalapan Mayor Charged with Wire Fraud, Identity Theft

Former Manalapan Mayor Andrew Lucas appears in a federal court in Trenton today to answer accusations that he doctored IRS tax returns in order to buy Burke Farm in the township and gave false documents to investigators and a federal grand jury.

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Ex-Pop Warner Executive from Jackson Admits Stealing Hundreds of Thousands

A onetime regional director in the Pop Warner youth football organization from Jackson awaits a scheduled June 25 sentencing for systematically diverting money for his own use over the span of several years.

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Ocean City Car Dealer Awaits Sentencing for Fraud

The 64-year-old head of an Ocean City car dealership could be given up to 20 years in prison when he's sentenced in November for defrauding buyers and lenders.

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New Charges for Admitted Lakewood Scam Artist

Eliyahu Weinstein of Lakewood has yet to be sentenced for a global investment-fraud scheme that he admitted last January, and he's once again in custody.

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Farmingdale Financier Facing Prison for Wire Fraud

A Farmingdale venture capitalist might spend as many as 20 years in prison when he's sentenced in January, for conning an Illinois investor out of $50,000.

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Three From Monmouth Admit Bilking Defense Contractor

A former insurance agent from Monmouth County and two co-defendants await July sentencing for skimming $1,400,000 from a New York defense contractor.

Daniel Tumminia of Millstone, Michael Feuer of Freehold and Dennis Mannarino of Manalapan pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy Monday in Trenton

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