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Man Beaten to Death in Irvington

Authorities say an argument led to the fatal beating of a man in Irvington.

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Jose D. Lopez (NJ Office of Attorney General)
Jose D. Lopez (NJ Office of Attorney General)
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NJ Man Admits Running Car Theft Ring

A New Jersey man has admitted to supervising an auto-theft ring that authorities say stole over 100 vehicles worth a total of more than $550,000.

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‘Haunted’ NJ Man Confesses to Killing Teen in 1990

A New Jersey man who turned himself in to police in April and confessed to a 1990 killing has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter.

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Target (Flickr: Kevin Dooley)
Target (Flickr: Kevin Dooley)
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Four NJ Men Arrested for Black Friday Armed Robbery

Federal agents in New Jersey have arrested four men in connection with the armed robbery of a Target store in Union on Black Friday.

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15 Charged in unemployment scheme (Photo: NJ Office of the Attorney General)
15 Charged in unemployment scheme (Photo: NJ Office of the Attorney General)
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15 Charged In Unemployment Check Scam

A Livingston accountant has been indicted today and is charged with orchestrating a scheme in which he and 14 co-defendants allegedly defrauded the state of nearly $700,000 by filing false claims for unemployment benefits. Todd Halpern allegedly filed claims using identities stolen from clients, and filed fraudulent employment records in the names of businesses he served in order to support the claims.

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Would You Try to Bribe an IRS Agent?

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with an office in Clifton, N.J., and one of his clients were arrested this morning by special agents of the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) for allegedly trying to bribe an IRS revenue agent to reduce the client’s tax liability of more than $900,000.

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NJ Settles for $450,000 with Canadian Bank Over Ponzi Scheme

A Canadian investment bank has agreed to a $450,000 settlement with the State Division of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Securities for failing to perform required review of accounts held by convicted securities fraudster James Hankins, Jr.

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Left to right: Nyondah Blay, 38, of Trenton, and Carl Jenkins, 35, of Philadelphia
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NJ Con Artists Busted in “Black Money Scam;” Says Attorney General

A pair of alleged con artists have been arrested in connection with a so-called "Black Money Scam" in which they allegedly attempted to scam unsuspecting victims out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by falsely promising an amount of money several times the amount of money that the victims fronted to the defendants

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NJ Lawmaker Wants Crackdown on Child Pornography

Deterring child pornography and preventing repeat incidents is the idea behind legislation that's been introduced by Senator Kevin O'Toole.

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NJ Doctor Faces Bomb Charges, Gets Med. License Suspended

 New Jersey officials have temporarily suspended the medical license of an unemployed physician charged late last year with possessing large amounts of chemicals commonly used for making bombs.

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