PARAMUS – New Jersey’s “Project Medicine Drop” project has added 20 new locations, giving it 27 in all with at least one in every county, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs announced today.
NEWARK– Dinesh Patel, a New Jersey doctor practicing in Newark, pleaded guilty today to participating in a cash-for-patients scheme with a diagnostic facility in Orange and agreed to pay back thousands of dollars in bribe money he received in the past two years, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
TRENTON – While the state treasurer trumpeted August revenue figures that were higher than those realized in 2011, they still weren’t good enough to meet budget projections. Two months into fiscal year 2013, New Jersey’s revenues are 4.9 percent under budget leaving the state nearly $100 million short according to figures releases yesterday.
NEWARK – One of the nation’s largest and longest running stolen identity tax refund fraud schemes – involving more than 8,000 fraudulent U.S. income tax returns seeking $65 million in illicit refunds – has been shut down by a New Jersey-based task force, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced today.
TRENTON – A bounty hunter who formerly lived in Jersey City pleaded guilty today to conspiring in a scheme in which he had sheriff’s officers sign false documents so he could collect additional fees by claiming to capture fugitives who had already been apprehended by police, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.