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Money-Laundering Minister Doesn't Have a Prayer; Gets 14 Years

September 14, 2018

MIDDLESEX COUNTY,  NJ - A local preacher used money he stole from a plumbing company where he worked as a bookkeeper to buy himself a BMX W5 and a Mercedes S550.  He also stole over $700,000.  Now his life is going down the drain.

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey announced that a man from West Orange was sentenced today to serve 14 years in prison for money ...

CASA of Middlesex launches volunteer recruitment campaign

New Brunswick, NJ - Court Appointed Special Advocates of Middlesex County is launching Lift Up! A Volunteer Recruitment Campaign in an effort to provide more children in foster care with an advocate.  According to a release issued by the group, it will be hosting a lakeside wine and cheese party on Sept. 23 at Lago – Restaurant & Banquet Hall in North Brunswick.

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Drug investigation leads to four arrests

New Brunswick, NJ - Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey announced today that joint investigations with police departments in Edison, Piscataway, and South Plainfield has led to the arrest of four men in connection with the seizure of illegal drugs. Arrested and charged with a variety of second-degree and third-degree charges for controlled dangerous substances including possession ...

Man charged in drug overdose case from 2016

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -  Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Chief Matthew P. Geist of the Middlesex Police Department announced today that a man from Middlesex Borough was arrested on charges that he provided the drugs that caused the death of a 31-year old county resident.

According to the County Prosecutor's Office, James Dimino, 33, of Middlesex was charged with ...

State Gets Two Week Extension to Answer Integration Lawsuit; Settlement Possible

TRENTON, NJ— A request for a two-week extension has been awarded to the state of New Jersey to answer a lawsuit seeking to integrate New Jersey's schools, indicating that a settlement could be possible.

A new deadline of Sept. 14 has been set.

In a letter sent to Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson yesterday, state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said that the request ...

Ex Rutgers Football Player Devera Released Without Bail on Fraud Charges

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - One of the eight former Rutgers University football players facing charges from a credit card fraud scheme was released from jail  without bail after a brief court hearing in which the defendant appeared via a video connection from the county jail.

Brendan Devera, 18, stood before the camera in the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center wearing jail-issued ...

Nanny Found Guilty of Abusing 9-Month-Old Infant

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Laura Gonzalez, of Paramus has been found guilty of 2nd degree endangering the welfare of a child and simple assault, a disorderly person’s offense. 

The guilty verdicts were returned by a petit jury after a trial in New Jersey Superior Court before the Honorable Angela Borkowski, J.S.C.  The defendant is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 27.

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Better Understand Your Property Taxes

As any homeowner knows, property taxes are a very expensive part of owning a home. New Jersey residents pay some of the highest property taxes in the country.  Failure to pay property taxes can have devastating consequences on a family, including the loss of your home.  The money you pay in property taxes is used to fund your Township and County governments as well as the public school ...

What to do if you are in a car collision

If you have ever been involved in a car accident, it can be a really terrifying experience and one where you may not be in the right frame of mind to make quick and necessary decisions. However, if you follow these simple instructions you can mitigate your damages and also ensure that you are fully protected.

It is important that you stay at the scene until you have been instructed to do ...


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