MD Hossain Morshed, 49, a councilman elected to Atlantic City’s Fourth Ward, is charged in a criminal complaint with one count of fraudulent procurement and submission of voter registration applications, one count of making false statements, and one count of wire fraud.
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David Perez, 37, admitted to using some of his homemade illegal explosive devices on July 4, 2020 in the courtyard of the Honorable Luis Munoz-Marin Elementary School in Philadelphia. Use of these devices caused extensive damage. Repairs to the school were in excess of $75,000.
Vincent Tornari, 49, of Linwood, New Jersey, pled guilty via videoconference before Judge Robert B. Kugler to one count of an indictment charging him with conspiring to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.
The jury found Darlene Garrison, of Atlantic City, guilty of theft by possessing a large safe and a television, and knowing each was stolen.
Leon Stanford, 54, of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez to an information charging him with two counts of bank robbery.
Following an argument, on September 12, 2020 Santiago shot and killed Marketa Thorpe, 32, with a rifle on Belfield Avenue in Atlantic City.
Investigation revealed that minutes before the fatal accident, Matthew Cademartori left the Hi-Point Pub in Absecon, where he consumed several alcoholic beverages.
Bill Omar Carrasquillo, along with his co-defendants, operated a large-scale internet protocol television (IPTV) piracy scheme in which they fraudulently obtained cable television accounts and then resold copyrighted content to thousands of their own subscribers, who could then stream or playback content.
Police were called to the boardwalk for a report of a woman being attacked while Parrish took her wallet and phone.
Dwayne Townsend must serve five years before being eligible for parole.