Former Toms River Superintendent Michael Ritacco’s guilty plea is a sigh of relief for many Township and state residents seeking justice, however how often do financial and fraud crimes make it to trial?
He oversaw New Jersey's fourth-largest school district for decades and now he faces jail time. Former Toms River Schools Superintendent Mike Ritacco plead guilty to mail fraud and tax evasion Thursday, admitting he took millions of dollars in a bribery and kickback scheme.
After losing one superintendent to a very public corruption scandal and another soon to a health crises, officials of New Jersey's fourth largest school district are hoping to involve residents in the selection of a new superintendent.
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