Court documents filed Thursday charge 61-year-old Nathan Isen with selling 12 pieces of art for $20,000 in drug money. Prosecutors charge Isen knew the money came from marijuana sales.
A southern New Jersey developer has been convicted of deceiving investors and stealing more than $1 million connected to building projects.
David Rothman, a Penn State graduate and who made $600,000 in 2011, pleaded guilty to charges of money laundering and wire fraud in March 2013.
Kwasnik was also sentenced to five years probation and already served five months in jail for the crimes.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., rabbi has been sentenced to a year in federal prison for his admitted role in a large-scale corruption and money laundering sting in New Jersey.
Federal prosecutors allege Hamilton Township Mayor John Bencivengo took $12,400 from a cooperating witness in exchange for using his influence over a health insurance contract with the township’s school district.
Chris talks to John Featherman about his run for Congress and his new online ad. He discusses Chase Utley’s latest injury setback, the most dangerous cities in the country, and the media’s fascination with Rick Santorum’s social platform.