Ex-Director Of Hoboken Parking Utility Gets 7 Years For Role In Meter Theft Scheme

John P. Corea (Photo courtesy of NJ Attorney General's Office)

TRENTON – John P. Corea, the former director of the Hoboken Parking Utility, was sentenced to state prison today for his role in the theft of $600,000 by a Toms River contractor whose company was hired by the City of Hoboken to collect coins from city parking meters, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The contractor previously pleaded guilty.

Ford Edge Sought In New Brunswick Fatal Hit And Run

Silvia Reyes-Ramos (Photo courtesy of Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office)

NEW BRUNSWICK — Authorities are actively searching for the driver of a Ford Edge that fled after striking and killing a 52-year-old pedestrian who was on her way to church on Friday evening, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Anthony A. Caputo, director of the New Brunswick Police Department, announced.

Christie Visits Israel


JERUSALEM — Governor Chris Christie talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while Bridget Christie, 8, looks on in the Office of the Prime Minister in Jerusalem, Israel on Monday, April 2, 2012. (Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen)

U.S. Deal With Europeans Limits Risk Of Illicit Nuclear Bombs


In Seoul last week President Obama announced a major new deal with Belgium, France and the Netherlands to reduce the amount of highly-enriched uranium used to create medical isotopes. Under the new deal, the three countries will soon start making isotopes only from low-enriched uranium — the much safer nuclear material that isn’t useful for terrorists or rogue nations looking for a quick way to damage a city by exploding a dangerous bomb.