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.

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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.

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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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