BRICK – The daughter of a disgraced former mayor was released from state prison and into the Intensive Supervision Program after serving 10 months of a five-year sentence for stealing from the township.
Kim Bogan, 53, stole more than $940,000 between 2011 and 2017 by filing false insurance claims while an employee in Brick Township. The claims were to help her brother’s out-of-state chiropractic office. Her brother, Glenn Scarpelli, with his wife, jumped to their deaths from a Manhattan office building in 2017. Their suicide night claimed financial reasons.
Bogan is the daughter of former Brick Mayor Joseph C. Scarpelli, who was imprisoned for accepting bribes from a developer.
Bogan secured her early release through the Intensive Supervision Program. She must wear a monitoring device, and work a second job to pay the $941,354 in restitution, her attorney Steven Secare said.