Law & Justice

Man Took Dead Father's Pension Payments, Prosecutor Says

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – The Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office released this morning details on three recent indictments.

  • Wayne E. Bechman is accused of not notifying the Teamsters pension fund that his father had died, and instead kept payments that had been directly deposited and “dealt with the property as his own,” according to the press release from Anthony P. Kearns, III. The official charge is “theft by failure to make required disposition of property received” and it is alleged to have happened in Kingwood “around or between” Nov. 1, 2012 and Feb. 23 of this year.
  • In Alexandria on Feb. 19, Melinda J. McGlone is accused of possessing cocaine and was indicted on a third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
  • Christopher M. Schultz and Jack D. Morris are accused of having heroin in Clinton Township on Feb. 6. They were indicted on one third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and a second third-degree charge of conspiracy to possess a controlled dangerous substance. Schultz was also indicted on a third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance accusing him of having amphetamine at the same place and time.

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