Another good reason to check your wireless bill for unauthorized charges - a sales clerk in a third-party Verizon vendor in Toms River is accused of charging cell phone purchases on accounts of unwitting customers, selling them himself and pocketing the cash.
He allegedly told Toms River police that he was interested in buying the North Dover house where they found him Thursday. But it didn't explain why Israel Feldbrand of Lakewood apparently opted to enter it through a window.
A certified home health aide from Asbury Park is suspected of buying more than $20,000 worth of goods on charge accounts belonging to her 73-year-old patient in Lakewood. Police are looking into whether it's an isolated case.
Owners and staffers of a shore-based recycling firm and an insurance agency risk five to 10 years in prison apiece if convicted of the most serious charges involving alleged workmen's compensation fraud.
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