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NJ Printer Pleads Guilty to Theft by Deception

June 3, 2011
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The owner of a printing shop here has pleaded guilty to theft by deception in connection with the production of extra ferry tickets worth $75,000. Charles Frosbillo, owner of Creative Impressions, now faces up to five years in prison when sentenced in August, MyCentralJersey.com reported.

Frosbillo was subcontracted to print sequential numbers on preproduced tickets for the SeaStreak ferry company. He was given extra tickets to use in case of a printing error; instead, he numbered the extra tickets and sold them to commuters who travel from Bayshore, NJ, to New York City. SeaStreak officials spotted the unreleased ticket sequence and notified the authorities.

Three of Frosbillo's co-defendents—Scott Dachishen, Matthew Gaeta and Christopher Uliano—have either applied to, or have been accepted by, the pre-trial intervention program for first-time, non-violent offenders, according to MyCentralJersey.com. Charges are dropped for those who complete the program.
 

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