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Contractor Admits Stealing From Paterson Municipal Utilities Authority And Jersey City Childhood Dev

Contractor Admits Stealing From Paterson Municipal Utilities Authority And Jersey City Childhood Dev

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

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    U.S. Army Employee at Picattiny Arsenal Indicted for Conspiring to Defraud the United States
    NEWARK, N.J. – A Pennsylvania man was charged today in connection with his role in two conspiracies in connection with construction projects at Picattiny Arsenal (PICA) and at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix Lakehurst (Ft. Dix) and for endeavoring to obstruct justice, Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick announced. Kevin Joseph Leondi, 57, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Newark on a charge of conspiring to defraud the United States in connection with his acceptance of repeated bribes
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    03 Aug, 2017
    Owners of N.J. scrap metal company scammed customers out of millions, feds say
    The Jersey Journal For nearly two decades, the owners of a Secaucus-based scrap metal company scammed customers out of millions of dollars, federal prosecutors announced today.  The alleged multi-million-dollar scheme came to a halt today when the owners of Cinelli Iron & Metal Co. -- Craig Cinelli, 47, and his brother, Joseph Cinelli Sr., 61 -- were both arrested and charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and five counts of wire fraud, Acting U.S. Attorney William E.
  3. Hidden video of Parsippany contractor
    15 Feb, 2017
    N.J. company named among worst for wage theft fined $3.2 million
    The New York City Comptroller levied a huge fine on a Parsippany company that cheated dozens of workers, mostly immigrant laborers, out of millions of dollars in wages for work on city projects. K.S. Contracting, owned by Paresh Shah, was ordered to pay $3.2 million and will also be barred from receiving state contracts for five years.   In its statement the comptroller's office did not identify the headquarters of Shah's company, but an Internet search turned up multiple Parsippany addresses
  4. Passaic mayor Alex Blanco admits taking bribe, faces prison
    17 Nov, 2016
    Passaic mayor Alex Blanco admits taking bribe, faces prison
    NEWARK -- Passaic Mayor Alex Blanco pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal bribery charge, admitting he received $110,000 in payments from developers in exchange for directing federal housing funds to their projects. Blanco, podiatrist and father of four, had been mayor since 2008 and earned $72,000 yearly. He resigned Thursday and faces up to a decade in prison. The City Council planned an emergency meeting for 7 p.m. Thursday to appoint an acting mayor. "We have been in contact with the city's
  5. Former Bayonne Official Sentenced To 21 Months Prison For Accepting $65,000 In Bribes For Awarding H
    03 Nov, 2016
    Former Bayonne Official Sentenced To 21 Months Prison For Accepting $65,000 In Bribes For Awarding H
    TRENTON, N.J. – A Hudson County, New Jersey, man, who served as the senior accountant of the City of Bayonne Department of Community Development (CBDCD) was sentenced today to 21 months in prison for accepting $65,000 in bribe payments in exchange for his assistance in awarding projects funded by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grants, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Anselmo Crisonino, 56, of Bayonne, previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Peter G.
  6. Birdsall CEO pleads guilty in huge N.J. pay-to-play scheme
    20 Feb, 2016
    Birdsall CEO pleads guilty in huge N.J. pay-to-play scheme
    TRENTON -- The former CEO of what was one of the state's most politically connected engineering firms is facing four years in state prison after admitting to his role in a $1 million scheme to circumvent New Jersey's pay-to-play laws. Howard Birdsall, 72, pleaded guilty Thursday to corporate misconduct in Superior Court in Ocean County, according to the state Attorney General's Office. Birdsall, of Brielle, was the top corporate officer and largest shareholder of Birdsall Services Group, the