The founder and director of the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI) in Lakewood who was facing 5-10 years in prison for money laundering and misconduct by a corporate official, has been sentenced to 60-days in jail.
The founder and director of the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI) in Lakewood has been found guilty of the second degree charges of money laundering and misconduct by a corporate official.
A convicted con man, originally from Ventnor, sentenced for prying money from women through phone dating services, appears headed for as many as five more years in stir, for leaving New Jersey to launder money connected to his scam.
Dr. Manoj Patharkar, who has already been convicted in October for an alleged involvement in sophisticated fraud and money laundering in connection with his offices, now has his license removed for good by the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners for 'indiscriminate prescribing' of "…
The drug trafficking ring stretched for nearly four years between 2010 and December of 2014, where investigators found Toye Tutis, 44 running his operations out of the Ta'Ja Laundromat in Atlantic City with the assistance of Jazmin Vega, 42 to launder the proceeds.