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Collings Lakes, NJ

Wal-Mart

Hello Fred, What was the subject matter?  (Mar 8, 2017 | post #2)

Hartford, CT

Man connected to Connecticut Amber Alert was deported in ...

Hello, My tablet had a lag while I was typing a comment to Radio Flyer. When I selected the question mark symbol, that symbol overwrote my question at same tine that I selected POST REPLY Icon. Question was in response to RF's "...Why would anyone think it's okay to ask working, law-abiding citizens to support monetary social programs for law-breaking illegal immigrants?" My question was, "Why not write to the Mayor and ask?" I asked, but no response. http://www.bridgep ortct.gov/mayor President Trump is doing right!  (Mar 3, 2017 | post #8)

Hartford, CT

Man connected to Connecticut Amber Alert was deported in ...

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Hartford, CT

Man connected to Connecticut Amber Alert was deported in ...

Gee, WILL YOU ALLOW PD TO NOTIFY AND TURN HIM OVER TO ICE Mr. MAYOR? How many more illegal "poor souls" have committed CRIMES in Hartford Mr. MAYOR? My grandparents waited in line to go through the immigration process, but you defend & PROTECT those who commit crimes, but DO NOT! In event you forget, read this; https://travel.sta te.gov/content/vis as/en/immigrate/im migrant-process.ht ml  (Feb 25, 2017 | post #1)

Collings Lakes, NJ

Joseph M. Andrew, Formerly at Wayne Avenue in Collings La...

I will have the original post re-instated soon. It has all the facts including arrest, sentencing and retribution. Apparently someone convinced another moderator to remove that post. Always in denial, always pampering, always hugging, maybe too much?  (Dec 11, 2016 | post #11)

Collings Lakes, NJ

Police receive complaints about two more South Shore deal...

Posting this a little late because I was waiting for something else to develop. BTW, more indictments are on the way...guess who? Feds: Former car dealer diverted $3 million Updated 8:52 a.m. ET Sep. 28, 2015 CAMDEN A federal indictment accuses a former Berlin Borough auto dealer of diverting almost $3 million in business loans for his personal use. Richard T. Pepe, the former general manager of Chevy 73, allegedly spent lavishly on jewelry, clothing, art and other luxuries between 2004 and October 2008, according to an indictment returned Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Camden. The indictment contends the 68-year-old Vineland resident misused funds borrowed from M&T Bank of Buffalo to finance the purchase of vehicles for sale at Chevy 73. An attorney for Pepe could not be reached. As part of the conspiracy, Pepe allegedly falsified financial records to ensure a continued flow of cash from the Buffalo bank. For instance, the indictment alleges he reported the car dealership earned about $37,000 in May 2008, when it actually lost about $310,000. Pepe also is accused of concealing the diverted funds when he filed personal tax returns. The indictment lists payments of more than $300,000 to upscale retailers in the South Jersey-Philadelphi a area, as well as Florida, Boston and Rome. Those purchases included $25,000 spent at a Fort Lauderdale art gallery and $3,200 at a Vineland wine outlet. Pepe also allegedly directed funds from Chevy 73 to be used for the purchase of a Florida home, says the indictment, which identifies several alleged accomplices only by their initials. Pepe is charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud. The U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey is seeking the forfeiture of more than $2.9 million allegedly taken through the fraud, the indictment says. Jim Walsh, Courier Post Updated 3:34 p.m. ET Jun. 30, 2016 CAMDEN - A former Berlin Borough auto dealer has admitted his role in a $3 million bank fraud, federal authorities said Thursday. Richard T. Pepe, 69, of Vineland, also pleaded guilty Thursday to filing a fraudulent federal tax return in 2008 in connection with a scheme at Chevy 73, said the U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey. Courier-Post file photo More: Ex-cops lose in court The federal prosecutor's office said Pepe acknowledged he conspired with others to divert money from M&T Bank of Buffalo from 2004 through October 2008. The funds, intended to finance inventory purchases at the dealership, instead supported a lavish lifestyle for Pepe and his family members, authorities said. A federal indictment in September 2015 listed payments of more than $300,000 to jewelers, furriers and other high-end retailers, including $25,000 spent at a Florida art gallery and $3,200 in purchases at a Vineland wine outlet. The indictment also alleged Pepe, the dealership's general manager, hid Chevy 73's true financial condition from the bank and provided false Vehicle Identification Numbers to ensure continued credit. For example, it noted Pepe reported Chevy 73 earned about $37,000 in May 2008, when it actually lost more than $300,000. At a federal court hearing in Camden, Pepe pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bank fraud and to making false statements on a personal U.S. income tax return. Pepe, who has agreed to make full restitution, is to be sentenced Oct. 14 by U.S. District Judge Jerome Simandle in Camden. Jim Walsh  (Dec 10, 2016 | post #238)

Buckingham, PA

Michelle Grossman - About NBC 10 News Story - WCAU | Phil...

Hmmm, Psychological projection is a theory that humans defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is gay may constantly accuse other people of being gay. According to some research, the projection of one's negative qualities onto others is a common process in everyday life. For example, a bully may project his/her own feelings of vulnerability onto the target(s) of the bullying activity. Despite the fact that a bully's typically denigrating activities are aimed at the bully's targets, the true source of such negativity is ultimately almost always found in the bully's own sense of personal insecurity and/or vulnerability. Such aggressive projections of displaced negative emotions can occur anywhere from the micro-level of interpersonal relationships, all the way up through to the macro-level of international politics, or even international armed conflict. So sad and no one will ever help this poor soul.  (Sep 30, 2014 | post #530)

Philadelphia Phillies

Jonathan Papelbon isn't bad, he just had "one of those in...

and as for Management; " @ToddZolecki | September 23, 2014 MIAMI -- Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon completed his seven-game suspension Sunday, which made him eligible to pitch in the season's final six games. The Phillies said he will be their closer. "If it's a closing situation, then he should close," Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said. "He's our closer." "He's our closer right now," manager Ryne Sandberg added..." "[Papelbon] will have served his time," Amaro said. "He was given a very legitimate and very appropriate punishment for his actions. We are in total of support of it. I was in total support of it, and I think MLB and the Commissioner's office did the exact right thing. He's done his time, and now it's time for him to pitch." NO, HE IS YOUR LOSER, not your closer! Still waiting for this foolish man to leave and not thow out a LAME response, again!  (Sep 24, 2014 | post #3)

Philadelphia Phillies

Jonathan Papelbon isn't bad, he just had "one of those in...

Why would Phillies ownership allow him to pitch again for the Phillies? Cut him, pay him contract and be rid of this foolish man.  (Sep 24, 2014 | post #2)

Hammonton, NJ

Accident on Saturday September 6,2014

Maria, unfortunately, this happens at times when (just a guess on my part) PD officer(s) have pressing work to do such as responding to (ANOTHER) crime or has a major crime scheduled court appearance . Ask a family member to visit the PD and ask for a discussion & information on what the driver that hit the USPS carrier's vehicle was ticketed for in this accident. I am guessing that this happened in Monroe Twnsh.? If so; "...The Monroe Township Police Department welcomes and appreciates all tips relating to criminal activity, those tips can be emailed to us at [email protected] wnshipnj.org, or you can call our tip line at (see web site for #). The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is responsible for the maintenance and storage of all police reports, criminal records, arrest photographs, criminal investigations, motor vehicle crashes, and all service call reports. The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is located on the police department side of the municipal building on the 1st floor. The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is open Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00p.m, and is closed on weekends and all major holidays. There are fees for copies of various police reports. These fees have been set in accordance with N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1, N.J.S.A. 39:4-131, and Monroe Township Municipal Ordinance 74-29. Discovery requests made by insurance companies and attorney offices must be made in writing and mailed to: Monroe Township Police Department, Police Records Bureau Williamstown, NJ 08094 Attention: Discovery. All persons requesting discovery must indicate the reason for the request, and must show proper identification. http://monroetowns hipnj.org/3-2/depa rtment-of-public-s afety/police-depar tment/ Our best to the carrier! BTW, I did reply to your entries on this same unfortunate accident elsewhere in Topix.  (Sep 24, 2014 | post #4)

Collings Lakes, NJ

Gene the Barber on Railroad Ave?

LW, Sorry to repot that Gene (Eugene) Santomas passed in Aug 2012. I had his mane completely wrong, sorry!  (Sep 19, 2014 | post #5)

Atlantic City, NJ

Shut Down ACPD; do like Camden

Thank You! It will help the good, law-abiding and non-discriminatory officers Immensely by weeding out those who let the criminals slide or at a pub or grille drinking their shifts away. Blue Code of Silence places too much mental pressure on those good officers who joined to Serve and HELP! My dear friend was ...by her ACPD husband and others beaten by him because he was in his usual drunken rage mode... sure the Chief came to the home to calm him down and take his weapon(s) away for the night, but it was like a TV re-run a week later. forget it... because it was useLESS to provide information to ACPD and Atl County Prosecutor's detective because Blue was in Full use.  (Sep 15, 2014 | post #26)

Collings Lakes, NJ

Joseph M. Andrew, Formerly at Wayne Avenue in Collings La...

Liberty, Hope this year has improved in may ways for you! I heard from county prosecutor's office that he Andrews boy has resumed restitution payments; as in NJ child support, the payment he makes is divided amongst all victims that filed a police report and provided info on such to the county prosecutor's office. A good day to you!  (Sep 15, 2014 | post #10)