N.J. man indicted in money laundering, identity theft


In April and May 2007, Anderson and AAA allegedly used a woman’s stolen identity he had obtained while attempting to persuade her to invest in real estate through his company, the office said in a news release.

Anderson then used that information to obtain the loans, which paid for two homes in the woman’s name: one that he owned in Newark, and another luxury home in Georgia, the office said. After completing the phony sale of his own home and acquiring the Georgia home, Anderson moved into the Georgia home with his wife, the office said.

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