Former New Jersey Mayor Faces Tax Fraud Charges

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Former New Jersey Mayor Faces Tax Fraud Charges

By Frank L. Brunetti on September 12, 2012

A former mayor of the Toms River Township in New Jersey has plead not guilty to charges of tax evasion in pre-trial motions this week.

Carmine Inteso Jr., is facing several counts of federal tax evasion and failure to file personal income taxes and was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport earlier in July upon his return from a civilian contract job in Afghanistan. The government charges Inteso with accepting $291,792 in payments from an insurance broker with business interests in his town, and creating a fake company to hide the proceeds. The insurance broker associated with the tax evasion has not been listed in the case.

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