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One Town Takes Action On Rising Copper Thefts [AUDIO]

Ever since Sandy made landfall, there's been a rise in copper thefts in several of the hardest-hit areas.

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Lisa Ayers
Lisa Ayers (NJ Attorney General's Office)
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Mine Hill Fire Dept. Treasurer Faces Theft Charge

State authorities say the treasurer of a northern New Jersey fire department stole thousands of dollars from its bank account during the past two years.

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Dennis Scott (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
Dennis Scott (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
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Ex-NJ Education Dept. Worker Sentenced in Money Order Scheme

A former clerk at New Jersey's Education Department has been sentenced to 364 days in jail for stealing money orders sent by teachers in payment for teaching certificates.

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Ex-Brookdale President Sentenced to Five Years for Theft

Former Brookdale Community College President Peter Burnham is sentenced to five years in prison for using college money and his son's federal tuition aid on personal expenses.

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Max Whittaker, Getty Images
Max Whittaker, Getty Images
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You Could Be Letting Criminals Into Your Home Right Now [POLL/AUDIO]

You had better beware if your town sends someone out to your house to assess your property value.

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Flickr User The Javelina
Flickr User The Javelina
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Is Your Car Being Targeted By Thieves? [AUDIO]

List reveals the top ten most stolen cars in America. Is yours on the list?

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Flickr User Lara604
Flickr User Lara604
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Lawmakers Tell Scrap Metal Thieves To Beware [AUDIO]

They're targeting construction sites, empty buildings and even cemeteries in New Jersey.

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Chris Ryan, Getty Images
Chris Ryan, Getty Images
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“Shopping-Obsessed” Woman Sentenced For NJ Theft

A woman who claimed a shopping obsession drove her to steal has been sentenced to seven years in prison.

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Anita Guzzardi (Philadelphia Police Department)
Anita Guzzardi (Philadelphia Police Department)
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Philly Archdiocese’s Former CFO Pleads Guilty to Theft

A former financial executive of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $900,000 from the church.

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Paul Lucarelli (left) and Mark Papi (NJ Attorney General's Office)
Paul Lucarelli (left) and Mark Papi (NJ Attorney General's Office)
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Two Accused of Misusing NJ Police Union Credit Cards

Two former high-ranking officials with a New Jersey law enforcement officers union have been accused of improperly using the union's credit cards for personal expenses.

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