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Heartless Con Artists: New Jersey Couple Sentenced For Stealing More Than $1 Million From Hurricane Sandy Victims CBS Philly

Source: philadelphia.cbslocal.com   ( Cities, States & Countries > USA > New Jersey )

Sep 24, 2018 8:06 PM 3+ mon ago

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) ? A New Jersey man has been sentenced for stealing more than $1 million from roughly 20 victims of Hurricane Sandy, the New Jersey Attorney General?s Office announced Friday....Read more.

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