Thursday Nov 28
The Jersey Journal
Camden County man convicted in $1.2M laundering scheme
CAMDEN - A federal jury convicted a Camden County man Wednesday for allegedly defrauding an investor out of approximately $1.2 million he claimed would be invested in a pizza shop, then laundering that money, failing to report it to the IRS and threatening the victim to keep quiet about his crimes, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
Laurel Springs Man Convicted of Running Pizzeria Scam
A New Jersey man accused of bilking an investor out of roughly $1.2 million in a phony pizzeria scheme has been convicted on numerous counts, including mail fraud and money laundering.
Engagement: Alexis Cifuni & Joseph Arena
Alexis is a graduate of Paul Vi High School and has a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from La Salle University.