A judge in New Jersey has sentenced two men who sold T-shirts with the logos of the New York City police and fire departments out of a custom-painted pickup truck for operating a bogus 9/11 charity.

From left to right: Thomas Scalgione and Mark Niemczyk (Photo: NJ Office of the Attorney General)

The judge ordered 67-year-old Mark Niemczyk of Tinton Falls to serve five years probation. The judge also sentenced 42-year-old Thomas Scalgione of Manahawkin to six months in the county jail for violating parole and one year of probation.

The men pleaded guilty earlier this year to theft by deception.

Prosecutors say the men falsely claimed the proceeds from the sales would benefit the families of 9/11 victims.

As a condition of probation, the men must pay more than $120,000 in fines and investigative costs.

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