TRENTON – A Central Jersey couple that ran a now-defunct insurance brokerage company has been charged in a 27-count state grand jury indictment for allegedly conspiring to steal nearly $1.8 million by failing to remit insurance premiums to eight insurance companies, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – New Jersey is expanding its multi-faceted housing strategy with the support of FEMA to provide additional resources to the many households who are in need of temporary housing as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
STATE — In response to Superstorm Sandy, Clean Ocean Action (COA) launched a long term volunteer initiative to help the communities and millions of citizens left devastated in the wake of the storm. Today, over 1,000 registered volunteers and 20 organizations were connected to a number of community needs around New York and New Jersey by COA through a program called “Waves of Action”
TRENTON – A medical doctor who formerly had an office in Lawrence has been sentenced to state prison for selling prescriptions for the highly addictive painkiller Percocet to a drug dealer in the names of purported patients he never treated or examined, and creating false medical records to back up the prescriptions, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – An Assembly panel on Monday approved legislation to ensure public safety workers who suffer a disability or death due to their often extreme work requirements are covered by workers’ compensation.
TRENTON – A Camden man has been indicted by a state grand jury on charges including attempted murder for allegedly firing a handgun at state troopers who allegedly caught him committing an armed robbery in the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant on Admiral Wilson Boulevard in July 2011, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – Legislation to grant a temporary nursing license to the qualified spouse of an active duty member of the Armed Forces who has been relocated to New Jersey has been signed into law.