Wyckoff NJ Prescription Fraud AttorneysWyckoff New Jersey police arrested a woman accused of committing forgery so that she could illegally obtain prescription medicine.

The 47-year-old suspect, who resides in West Milford, New Jersey, was employed at a doctor’s office in Wyckoff, NJ. She allegedly forged her boss’ signature on prescription pads in order to get medication.

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Palisades Park Check Fraud LawyersThe Palisades Park Council recently issued a decision remove a suspended police officer from the official borough payroll.

According to Palisades Park officials, the suspect committed check fraud in 2015. He allegedly altered a check made out to the borough and then deposited the funds into his personal bank account.

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Franklin Lakes NJ Fraud LawyersA Franklin Lakes New Jersey stockbroker faces federal charges for fraud crimes in connection with a major stock scam.

According to federal officials, the illegal scheme, which ran from 2009 to March 2015, was masterminded by someone who was previously convicted on fraud charges. The 43-year-old Franklin Lakes stockbroker reportedly accepted two payments totaling $35,000

Edgewater New Jersey Forgery SuspectEdgewater NJ police busted a man who allegedly forged emails to help his case during a landlord-tenant dispute.

According to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, the 38-year-old suspect was facing likely eviction in Bergen County Superior Court in August 2015. The suspect was hoping to postpone the court date, so he allegedly faked an email

Northvale NJ Embezzlement LawyersA Northvale NJ couple recently appeared in federal court and pleaded guilty to embezzlement charges.

According to authorities, the two suspects stole thousands of dollars while defrauding a union health care benefit program.

The suspects were in charge of the United International Brotherhood of All Trades, Technologies, Service, Administration and Medical Workers Union. While running

Glen Rock New Jersey Wire Fraud ChargesA Glen Rock New Jersey man has pleaded guilty to being involved in a real estate investment scam.

According to authorities, the 49-year-old suspect obtained financing for bogus real estate projects by posing as a qualified real estate developer, broker, and investor.

The suspect allegedly had a 52-year-old accomplice, a disbarred attorney, who helped him

Bergen County Theft by Deception ChargesTwo men recently received prison sentences for stealing $175,000 from a Bergen County widow.

According to authorities, the fraud and theft crimes were committed in 2010. The two suspects, a 54-year-old male and his 84-year-old father, allegedly gained access to the money by convincing the 69-year-old victim to give them control of her savings.