NJ Man Accused Of Providing Hookers For Squad

WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (AP) — A Kenilworth man has been indicted for allegedly providing prostitutes for parties hosted by a volunteer ambulance company in Woodbridge.

A grand jury has indicted Stanley Misiuk, 59, on three counts of promoting prostitution for allegedly bringing women to parties at the Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad house.

Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac closed the rescue squad in June after several squad members were charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly breaking into an abandoned Edison roller rink.

An attorney for Misiuk, Miles Feinstein, tells The Star-Ledger of Newark that his client denies the allegations and intends to fight them.

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  1. Joe Sr says:

    Why is this a news story? Was it a slow day at AP, or is this another example of “The people have a right to know”?

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