Mayor of NJ’s capital arrested in corruption probe

September 11, 2012

TRENTON, N.J. — The mayor of New Jersey’s capital city has been released from federal custody on $150,000 bond after being arrested on a charge of corruption.

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack said nothing as he left the federal courthouse in Trenton on Monday afternoon. His attorney also declined to comment on the case brought against Mack in an FBI sting operation.

Mack was arrested early Monday at his home. He is charged with accepting bribes in return for his help getting a would-be developer a cut-rate deal on city-owned land. His brother Ralphiel and a convicted sex offender described by prosecutors as the “bag man” were also charged in the scheme.

The would-be developer was actually an informant working with the government.

—Associated Press

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