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Prosecutor's Office Charge Randolph Man with Insurance Fraud

August 16, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ- Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp announces the arrest of Shamus McGuire, age 48, of Randolph, NJ, for three counts of fraud.  Shamus McGuire was charged with one count of second degree Insurance Fraud, one count of second degree Healthcare Claims Fraud, and one count of third degree Obtaining a Controlled Dangerous Substance by Fraud.

The investigation was ...

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 ...

Florida Man Charged with Theft by Deception Purchased Home in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A home on Normandy Parkway in Morristown was purchased by a Florida man who has been charged with two counts of theft by deception.

David A. Seigerman a former financial representative of Morgan Stanley and Janney Montgomery Scott has been arrested, announced Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp. Authorities are accusing Seigerman of stealing approximately ...

Man Sentenced to 8 Years in State Prison for Strict Liability Drug-Induced Death

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Kayron Jackson, aka Alkama Jackson, aka “Keys”, age thirty-eight (38), of Mount Olive, New Jersey, has been convicted and sentenced for his involvement in the May 2017 death of Jennifer Ward, age thirty-five (35), in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, announced Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp.

Jackson was sentenced to eight years as a ...

U.S. Department of Education Takes Action to Protect Student Borrowers, Hold Higher Education Institutions Accountable for Deceptive Practices

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Education today proposed a new package of higher education regulations aimed at protecting student borrowers, holding higher education institutions accountable for misrepresentation and fraud and providing financial protections to taxpayers by at-risk institutions.  The Institutional Accountability regulations, which were published on the ...

Seven Men Indicted in Go-Go Bar Sting

ROXBURY, NJ - Two years after they were arrested, the owners of the Smiles II go-go bar in Ledgewood, and seven associates - including an Edison man - were indicted this week by a state grand jury, officials said today.

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal today said the grand jury asserted Kevin Lipka, 63, of Livingston, the owner of the closed establishment, his wife, Shelly, 62, ...

Pequannock Man Pleads Guilty to Theft by Deception

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Keith Enlow of Pequannock pleaded guilty to theft be deception before Honorable Thomas Critchley on July 9.

Enlow, a former registered representative at Merrill Lynch convinced the victim to move her money into an online brokerage account which he claimed he would manage, said authorities. After the money was moved, police stated that Enlow withdrew $9,400 each ...

Local Kiwanis Clubs Support Children in Foster Care

Morristown, NJ-- Local Kiwanis Clubs of Greater Hamburg, Mount Olive, and Sussex have joined together to support Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Morris and Sussex Counties’ Project Graduation. The clubs are donating money to purchase gift cards which will be distributed to children and teens in foster care graduating from elementary, middle, and high school.

CASA of Morris ...

Eight Charged in History’s Largest Health Care Fraud Takedown

NEWARK, NJ – The largest health care fraud and opioid enforcement action ever taken by the Justice Department resulted in three guilty pleas and five arrests in New Jersey involving a South Jersey-Philadelphia drug trafficking ring that sold more than 1,100 oxycodone pills and multiple individuals who used phony claims to steal millions from state and private insurers, according to U.S.

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