Two Toms River residents and an Edison resident are in a heap of trouble following their Thursday arrests for their alleged roles in a scheme aimed at defrauding the New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Fund.
Monmouth County Prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni is urging caution during these times especially senior citizens and the elderly who are receiving legitimate sounding phone calls trying to convince them of a faux reality.
A Freehold man who now formerly worked at two pharmaceutical companies and a marketing company has plead guilty to his role in a conspiracy that sought to defraud a New Jersey state health benefits program.
A pain management doctor, who also specializes in anesthesia, with practices in Central and South Jersey has been charged by U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito for his alleged role in a multi-million billing fraud scheme.
Toms River Police and the United States Postal Inspection Service are asking residents to remain cautious and vigilant as they investigate complaints of "fraudulent mail holds" that are being placed on addresses in the area.
A Lakewood man and a Utah man have been indicted for running a fraud scheme where they obtained credit cards in the names of third parties and then bought items to build up reward points, monetize those points and then cancel the purchases.
A Pennsylvania man who worked as a regional manager for a contractor involved with projects at Picatinny Arsenal and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst will spend more than 2-years in prison for his role in a fraud scheme.