A former assistant NJT conductor pleaded guilty yesterday to reselling bundles of tickets and pocketing $3,500. Terance Campbell, 34, resold the tickets between January 2007 and September 2009. The assistant prosecutor said, "When a public employee commits a crime related to his job, he creates two victims — his employer and society." Just remember, when buying tickets to Rahway, the emotionless processes of the ticket machines are the only things you can trust.