Four Men Indicted In $25 Million Ticket Fraud Scheme

NEWARK – Four men who allegedly used fraud, deceit, and computer hacking to make more than $25 million by acquiring and reselling more than 1.5 million of the most coveted tickets to concerts, sporting events, and live entertainment throughout the United States surrendered to federal authorities this morning after being charged in an indictment, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

Moore Wants to Do More

LINDEN — James D. Moore, a former councilman and school board member who headed the 10th Ward Democratic Club for many years, says he is considering a return to politics as his March 1 retirement as a state Parole Board hearing officer nears.