Former Governor John Rowland today faces sentencing for trying to conceal his work on a 2012 congressional campaign.
The suspects — Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, Akhror Saidakhmetov and Abror Habibov — appeared in federal court in Brooklyn on Friday.
Four Edison police officers and the wife of one officer have been indicted for multiple charges in two separate incidents, including official misconduct, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s office announced Friday.
Authorities have arrested a New York City jail nurse accused of smuggling alcohol, tobacco and prescription anti-addiction drugs into Rikers Island’s largest facility in exchange for payments from inmates.
Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland heads back to court Wednesday to face conspiracy charges.
A U.S. Department of Homeland Security immigration employee was arrested in Hillside, New Jersey Wednesday, on charges that made false statements to bring someone else into the country from his native Ghana.
The former manager of the Tick Tock diner in New Jersey changed his plea to guilty Monday in what authorities said was a foiled plot to kill the co-owner of the restaurant — his uncle by marriage.
GM CEO Mary Barra says 15 employees — many of them senior legal and engineering executives — have been forced out of the company
Diana Nadell, of Cutler Bay, Fla., was arraigned Wednesday in Clarkstown Justice Court.
The judge ordered 67-year-old Mark Niemczyk of Tinton Falls to serve five years probation. The judge also sentenced 42-year-old Thomas Scalgione of Manahawkin to six months in the county jail for violating parole and one year of probation.
A former secretary to Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos was convicted in Manhattan Tuesday of conspiring to sell a $32 million painting by Claude Monet that the Philippine government claims to own.
Police say Humayoun Nabi, 27, and Ismail Alsarabbi, 32, wanted to buy boots, winter coats and other gear for Taliban fighters. They have been arrested on state-level terrorism charges.
Paul Konigsberg was charged with conspiracy to falsify records, conspiracy to commit fraud, falsifying records of a broker-dealer, falsifying record of an investment adviser and falsifying statements.
Three men have been charged in New Jersey with stealing $6.7 million from an investor, in part by claiming they had special access to Facebook shares before the company went public.
Thomas Scalgione of Stafford Township and Mark Niemczyk of Tinton Falls have been indicted on conspiracy and theft by deception charges.