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Man in NJ Cashes $158,000 Check Not Meant for Him.

Eric Friedman of Rockaway Township admitted to charges of theft arising from his action of cashing a check for $158,174 from the IRS that was meant for his former employer. The check was mistakenly mailed to him.

Friedman, 45, pleaded guilty in State Superior court when charged with theft, theft of property lost, mislaid or delivered by mistake in the case involving the check meant for his former employer, Fuel Bio One LLC of Elizabeth where he worked as one of the offcers of the company.

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