Prosecutors Say New Jersey Couple Stole from Storm Victims, Subcontractors


Government say the proprietors of a contracting company stole nearly $seven-hundred,000 from house owners and subcontractors they were supposed to apply to make repairs to homes broken with the aid of superstorm sandy.

Ocean county, n.J., prosecutors say adam nevius and his wife, kimberly atkinson, are charged with failure to make required disposition. Atkinson is also charged with robbery by means of deception for a “material misrepresentation” she allegedly made when applying for a loan for their stafford township, n.J., home.
The couple operated coastal restorations & creation of n.J.

Government say that between 2014 and 2017, nevius entered into contacts with at least 17 house owners and subcontractors to repair the homes. However they allegedly did very little work and used the money for purposes apart from which they have been supposed.

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