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Here's a closer look at some of the public officials and others arrested Thursday as part of a major corruption and international money laundering conspiracy probe:, Peter Cammarano, 32, the newly elected mayor of Hoboken and an election law attorney; accused of accepting $25,000 in cash bribes., L.

Harvey Smith, 60, a Democratic New Jersey Assemblyman and recent mayoral candidate in Jersey City; accused of taking $15,000 in bribes to help get approvals from high-level state agency officials for building projects., Daniel Van Pelt, 44, a Republican New Jersey Assemblyman, Ocean Township mayor and Lumberton Township administrator; accused of accepting a $10,000 bribe., Dennis Elwell, 64, Secaucus mayor; accused of taking a $10,000 cash bribe., Anthony Suarez, 42, Ridgefield mayor and an attorney; accused of agreeing to accept a $10,000 corrupt cash payment for his legal defense fund., Louis Manzo, 54, former Democratic New Jersey Assemblyman and recent unsuccessful Jersey City mayoral candidate; he and his brother, Robert Manzo, are accused of taking $27,500 in corrupt cash payments for use in Louis Manzo's campaign., Leona Beldini, 74, Jersey City deputy mayor, real estate agent, and campaign treasurer for an unnamed Jersey City official's re-election campaign; accused of taking $20,000 in campaign contributions, which officials say she divided between donors, who would return the money to the campaign in increments of $2,600, the maximum individual donation allowed under law., Mariano Vega, 59, Jersey City Council President; accused of accepting three $10,000 payments, two of which Vega instructed an intermediary to have broken down and converted into individual contributions for his re-election campaign and the third which he received after his election victory., Joseph Cardwell, 68, longtime Democratic consultant and a commissioner of the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority; accused of taking $30,000 to assist the cooperating witness with local government officials in Jersey City and other municipalities., John Guarini, 59, Jersey City housing inspector who was the Republican candidate for Congress against U.S.


Albio Sires, D-West New York, in 2006., Jack M.

Shaw, 61, a Hudson County political consultant; accused of taking $10,000 in bribes for himself and proposed that the cooperating witness pay $10,000 in campaign contributions for the re-election campaign of an unnamed Jersey City official., Edward Cheatam, 61, the affirmative action officer for Hudson County, a commissioner with the Jersey City Housing Authority and, until May, vice president of the Jersey City Board of Education; accused of taking $15,000., Lavern Webb-Washington, 60, an unsuccessful candidate for the Jersey City council; accused of taking $15,000 for her political campaign., Lori Serrano, 37, unsuccessful candidate for the Jersey City council and former chair of the Jersey City Housing Authority; accused of taking $10,000 for her political campaign., James P.

King, 67, an unsuccessful candidate for Jersey City Council, former head of the Jersey City Parking Authority, former chairman of the Jersey City Incinerator Authority and a former Hudson County undersheriff; accused of accepting $10,000 for his political campaign., Michael J.

Manzo, 53, (no relation to Louis or Robert Manzo), an unsuccessful candidate for Jersey City Council, and a Jersey City arson investigator; accused of agreeing to accept a $5,000 from the cooperating witness for his campaign., Joseph Castagna, 53, a health officer with the Jersey City Department of Health and Human Services, and a close associate of Michael Manzo; accused of taking the $5,000 payment from the cooperating witness to pass to Michael Manzo., Dennis Jaslow, 46, an investigator for the Hudson County Board of Elections and formerly a state corrections officer; accused of taking $2,500., Guy Catrillo, 54, a Jersey City planning aide and member of the mayor's "Action Bureau," and an unsuccessful candidate for the city council; accused of taking $10,000 in campaign cash and another $5,000., Jeffrey Williamson, 57, a Lakewood housing inspector, who was also a state Assembly candidate in 2007; accused of taking more than $16,000 in bribes to provide lenient inspections on rental and other properties owned by the cooperating witness in Lakewood.
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