BOSS BUSTED FOR EMPLOYEE BENEFIT THEFTS
Middletown police say they arrested a township-based employer Tuesday for theft of his workers’ Individual Retirement Account benefits.
David Crosby, 56, of Murphy Road in the Port Monmouth section, was arrested at his home by police and agents of the United States Secret Service. They allege that Crosby, owner of Crosby Site Work and Utility in Port Monmouth, knowingly withheld $17,000 in company contributions to his employees IRA funds.
From MTPD press release:
The Middletown Police Department was contacted by the New York Field Office of the United States Department of Labor who informed them of the complaints they had received from employees of the business. Det. Daniel Sullivan conducted a joint investigation with the United States Secret Service and determined that Crosby had withheld approximately $17,000.00 in contributions to his employees IRA funds.
Crosby was arrested at his residence and processed and released on a summons pending a court
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