State Reaches Settlement With Defendants Accused Of Using Charity To Avoid Tax On Luxury Cars

NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced a settlement agreement with defendants accused of fraudulently using a cancer charity’s tax exempt status to purchase millions of dollars’ worth of luxury cars without paying sales tax. The defendants exported the vehicles across Europe, Asia, and North America.

Trainer Admits Submitting Forged Medical To Clear Fighters For Mixed Martial Arts

Philip Dunlap (Photo courtesy of the NJ Attorney General's Office)

TRENTON – A man who trains fighters for amateur Mixed Martial Arts contests in New Jersey pleaded guilty today to submitting false documents, including medical forms, to the State Athletic Control Board so that his athletes could fight without undergoing mandatory physical examinations and medical tests, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.