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Married Owners of N.J. Brokerage Plead Guilty to Stealing $770,000 from Insurers

A central New Jersey husband and wife who ran a now-defunct insurance brokerage firm have pleaded guilty to their roles in a scheme to steal more than $770,000 by failing to remit insurance premiums to seven insurance companies.

Brian P. Mohen pleaded guilty to second-degree misapplication of entrusted property and two counts of third-degree failure to file an income tax return. His wife, Lisa A. Stanko-Mohen, pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree misapplication of entrusted property and two counts of third-degree failure to file an income tax return.

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