3 Wildwood elected officials charged with fraudulently taking part in NJ Health Benefits Program

Three top leaders in Wildwood are criminally charged with fraudulently taking part in the New Jersey State Health Benefits Program.
New Jersey law requires elected officials to be full-time employees.
An investigation revealed that Mayor Peter Byron, former Mayor Ernest Troiano Jr. and current City Commissioner Steven Mikulski were never eligible for the program
They face between five to 10 years in prison.