Ventnor firefighter latest to plead in health care fraud case

A Ventnor firefighter has admitted to being an owner of the company that reaped a percentage of the multimillion-dollar health benefits fraud scheme. Corey Sutor, 37, was in federal court Wednesday to accept a plea deal in the case, the U.S. Attorney’s Office confirmed to BreakingAC. “Company 1” caused the state to pay more than … Read moreVentnor firefighter latest to plead in health care fraud case

Suspect in EHT Christmas theft left bike behind

Grinches are apparently alive and working in Egg Harbor Township this season.Police have responded to 20 reported thefts of Christmas lawn decorations, Detective Sgt. Cherie Burgan said. But a bike could lead them to at least one of the culprits.One of the thieves apparently left it behind during one of the thefts, Burgan said.Police have … Read moreSuspect in EHT Christmas theft left bike behind

Mays Landing man convicted of murder in 2012 killing

A Mays Landing man was convicted of murder Monday in the 2012 killing of a former friend.Joshua Cross, now 31, is the first of four men accused in the killing to go on trial.The group was trying to replenish its cache of guns lost during three arrests, Assistant Prosecutor Allison Eiselen told the jurors. When Sedrick … Read moreMays Landing man convicted of murder in 2012 killing

Mayor attends meeting with lieutenant governor

Atlantic City’s mayor and the lieutenant governor sat side by side at Tuesday’s meeting of the Atlantic City Executive Council.It was the first time Mayor Frank Gilliam and Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver — who oversees the city — have been seen together in public since FBI and IRS agents came to Gilliam’s Venice Park home … Read moreMayor attends meeting with lieutenant governor