Wednesday, October 26, 2016 6:03 PM Ronald MacKenzie of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, is accused of stealing more than $20,000 in Sandy aid by claiming his Little Egg Harbor vacation home was his primary residence, authorities said
MIDDLETOWN - A pedestrian was killed Wednesday afternoon while walking near Christian Brothers Academy in Middletown, authorities said. Investigators have not yet revealed the age or gender of the victim or whether the pedestrian was a student at the school. Middletown Detective Lt.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 5:24 PM Carl Meyer of Galloway was charged with trying to get Sandy aid by claiming his Margate rental property was his primary residence, authorities said. The alleged fraud was discovered before any funds were handed out, authorities said
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 3:48 PM Paulina Ramos of Camden is accused along with her boyfriend Luis Melendez of accepting $30,000 in rental assistance to relocate after Hurricane Sandy but they did not actually relocate, authorities said
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 12:32 PM Catherine Perry of Caldwell is accused along with her partner Claire Sullivan of stealing more than $22,000 in Sandy aid by claiming their Seaside Park vacation home was their primary residence, authorities said
Claire Sullivan of Caldwell is accused along with her partner Catherine Perry of stealing more than $22,000 in Sandy aid by claiming their Seaside Park vacation home was their primary residence, authorities said. Investigators said she also tried to get...
Leonard Itri of Phildelphia is accused of stealing more than $11,000 by claiming his Ventnor vacation home was his primary residence, authorities said. Investigators said he also tried to get another $77,000 in Sandy aid to which he was not...
Kevin Trotta of Surf City is accused of stealing more than $12,000 in Sandy aid by claiming the Surf City home in which he lived was the primary residence of his relative for whom he had power of attorney, but...
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