William H. Bogan Sr. to spend six months in prison
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, January 7
The owners of Bogan's Deep Sea Fishing Center in Brielle were sentenced today after pleading guilty to income tax evasion in March. William H. Bogan Sr., 77 was sentenced to six months in prison and six months home confinement with electronic monitoring. His daughter, Sharon Bogan, 47 was sentenced to two years probation. The Bogans, owners of several charter fishing boats and river cruising boats located in Brielle and Point Pleasant Beach, failed to report large portions of income earned for five years, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. From 2004 through 2009, the Bogans kept for their personal use a large portion of the business receipts received by their charter fishing and river cruising boats – primarily payments in the form …
Thanomsak Hongthong was sentenced to two years in prison for offering a bribe to a government contracting officer.
Five months after the closing of Fort Monmouth, a federal judge handed down a sentence to a Long Island contractor who tried to bribe his way to an $800,000 raise on a contract he was awarded. He was turned in by the official he tried to buy, a Department of Defense contract official who was working at the fort at the time. This statement was issued by the US Attorney's office, district of New Jersey on Thursday: The president and CEO of a defense contracting firm in Long Island, NY, was sentenced today to 24 months in prison for offering a $100,000 bribe to a Department of Defense contracting officer at Fort Monmouth, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced Thursday. Thanomsak Hongthong, 58, of Shoreham, NY, had previously pleaded guilty …