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N.J. State Police Pay $135K to Man Arrested Over $129 Bill

February 01, 2013  | 

The New Jersey State Police agreed to pay $135,000 to a Mount Laurel man whom they arrested in 2007 because of a disputed bill for $129.44 from an auto mechanic, his attorneys said Wednesday.

The man, Richard Greenberg, will also receive $15,000 from Oil Station, the auto repair shop that complained to the State Police after the customer stopped payment on a check for work he thought was inadequate, the lawyers said.

Read the full Star-Ledger story.

Tags: New Jersey State Police, Settlement


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