A Hoboken man was among nine individuals that were charged with filing fraudulent applications to receive Superstorm Sandy relief from the federal government, Attorney General Chris Porrino announced.
As a result, he received a total of approximately $213,234 in relief funds. Gustoso allegedly falsely claimed in his applications that a home he owns a Bayville home, which was damaged by Superstorm Sandy was his primary residence at the time Sandy struck.
However, according to authorities, his primary residence was in Hoboken, and the Bayville home was a seasonal vacation home.
See the full story at the Hudson County View: http://hudsoncountyview.com/ag-hoboken-man-received-213k-in-fraudulent-superstorm-sandy-aid/