The cop who wrote those tickets now faces criminal charges of his own.
“I did nothing wrong that day. I was falsely arrested,” says state lawmaker Paul Moriarty (photo).
A Washington Township police officer is facing charges of official misconduct, harassment and more stemming from a traffic stop last July involving New Jersey State Assemblyman Paul Moriarty.
A South Jersey assemblyman and former Washington Township mayor was reportedly cited for driving under the influence Tuesday afternoon.
A pair of South Jersey legislators are preparing to introduce a bill next month, aimed at overhauling ethics laws that would cover everyone from the Governor on down.