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Robert Schroeder, New Jersey Assemblyman, Charged For Writing Bad Checks

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New Jersey State Assemblyman Robert Schroeder was charged Friday with writing almost $400,000 worth of bogus checks, according to a press release from the state attorney general's office.

Schroeder allegedly wrote the checks to people who invested in his Hillsdale-based company, All Points International Distributors. The company manufactures pre-fabricated structures.

State officials seized seven bank accounts maintained by Schroeder under API and other businesses, including Hercules Global Logistics, LLC, and RS Consultants, LLC.

Read the whole story at Westwood-Hillsdale Patch

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