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.
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