It's Perp Walk Thursday for a number of NJ elected officials: The feds have arrested Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano and Secaucus Mayor Denis Elwell, as well as Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Baldini, Jersey City Council President Mario Vega and many others (such as rabbis and community leaders) in a money laundering and corruption (political bid-rigging) sweep. The Star-Ledger reports, "Nearly 20 people, including Cammarano, Elwell, and Vega, have already been led into the FBI building in Newark to face the charges." NBC New York, which has a photo of newly elected Hoboken Mayor Cammarano being hauled in, adds, "Arrests and searches are underway across Jersey City, Secaucus and numerous Hudson and Bergen county locations." The arrests are expected to take place until noon—stay tuned!
Feds Arrest NJ Mayors, Officials In Corruption Probe
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