WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (AP) - Officials are accusing a New Jersey volunteer ambulance company of hosting parties with nude dancers and prostitutes.
However, the attorney for Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad says Woodbridge officials are engaged in a politically-motivated "public smear campaign.''
Township officials announced on Wednesday that police on July 14 charged a man, who is not a squad member, with promoting prostitution in the squad's building.
Mayor John McCormac suspended the squad last month after police charged seven squad members with criminal trespass into a vacant skating rink.
The squad charges patients for services and its captains are paid.
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