Belongings of NJ man who aided Madoff to be auctioned

Dozens of items from the home of a Bridgewater man who pleaded guilty to helping Bernard Madoff run his ponzi scheme are going to be auctioned.

News 12 New Jersey got a sneak preview at the items from Frank DiPascali's home that will be auctioned. The items include lawn furniture, arcade games, a poker table and exercise equipment. The auction is being held Friday at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy in Parsippany.

DiPascali, 53, was released from federal prison today on $10 million bail.

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