A jury has returned a mixed verdict in the case of a northern New Jersey mayor caught up in the state’s largest public corruption case.
Prosecutors claim former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell accepted a $10,000 bribe from a man posing as a crooked developer looking for help with a hotel project.
Former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell denied on the witness stand this week that he accepted a $10,000 bribe from a man posing as a crooked developer seeking project approvals.
Former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell took the stand in his own defense . He’s charged with accepting $10,000 from a man purporting to be a crooked developer. The man actually was cooperating with federal authorities.
Dennis Elwell is charged with accepting $10,000 through a middleman from a crooked developer. But the man posing as the developer, Solomon Dwek, was cooperating with federal authorities after they arrested him for a $50 million bank fraud.
Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell was charged with accepting $10,000 — through a middleman — from an undercover government witness posing as a developer.
Many New Jersey residents often find themselves wondering why construction projects take so long in the Garden State.
Dennis Elwell has pleaded not guilty to charges he accepted $10,000 from a man posing as a developer seeking help with project approvals.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office brought a superseding indictment against former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell on May 17th. The original indictment was revised to remove the man who was originally charged with Elwell.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office was bringing a superseding indictment against former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell on Thursday. It was expected to omit the man who was originally charged with Elwell.
The new headquarters will be located a block from Penn Station and will bring with it 1,000 jobs.
NJ Transit says a train staffer was shaken up but not seriously injured Saturday by an electrical “flash” that occurred when he tried to remove a foreign object that was caught on an overhead power line.
Rescuers in northern New Jersey pulled a man and his 11-year-old son out of the Hackensack River on Sunday after the boy fell from a boat and his dad jumped in to save him.
Investigators spent Sunday night searching for the cause of a deadly fire in New Jersey. Flames shot through a condominium complex in Secaucus, turning one woman’s apartment into a death trap.
A half-dozen alternative treatment centers across New Jersey could be legally selling marijuana to patients with certain medical conditions by late summer.