John Hoffman, a 47-year-old Marlton resident, was named by former AG Jeff Chiesa in August to serve as executive assistant attorney general.
Juan Stevens, 50, is accused of posing as a police officer to intimidate prostitutes into having sex with him for free or, in one instance, at a discount.
That brings the total number of guns collected to 7,000 since December.
Roben Brookhim of Short Hills is accused of having seen patients at Associated Dental offices in New Providence, Springfield, West New York, and West Orange even though his dental license was revoked in 2004.
Officials allege the jewelers violated the law by failing to test and weigh the precious metals in front of customers, post prices and provide required receipts.
Schroeder, 52, who lives in Washington Township and whose office is in Woodcliff Lake, has been arrested for allegedly writing bad checks worth close to $400,000.
Customers filed over 50 complaints against Bergen County and Passaic County-based AAA Reliable and Old Reliable Construction.
Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry and Trooper Joseph Ventrella are charged with tampering with public records. They’re accused of using tape to change their license plates before escorting the cars at high speeds down the Garden State Parkway in March.
Officials say an email about a legal settlement bearing the logo of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office is a fake.
The last time the New York Giants played in the Super Bowl, in 2008, New Jersey Attorney General Jeff Chiesa says state troopers arrested 176 people for drunk driving that Sunday.
Jeff Chiesa’s nomination will be debated Thursday, two weeks after Christie announced a senior staff shake-up that would move the nominee from chief counsel.
Halfway into his term, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is shuffling his top staff.
Gov. Chris Christie on Monday shuffled his Cabinet, nominating Attorney General Paula Dow to become a Superior Court judge in Essex County and his chief counsel, Jeff Chiesa, to take her place.
“I’ve been hearing rumors and everyone else for the last six months that she would like to go and become a judge,” said State Senator and former Governor Richard Codey.