FREEHOLD – A bookkeeper for The Atlantic Club has been indicted for stealing about a quarter of a million dollars and concealing it with fraudulent paperwork, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
Jennifer Ambrosino, 41, of Point Pleasant, was charged with 11 indictments claiming that between January of 2012 and June of 2017, she stole more than $223,000 through her position as bookkeeper for The Atlantic Club. Ambrosino allegedly altered bank statements, used fraudulent wire transfers, and submitted false reconciliation documents.
She faces one count of second degree Theft of Movable Property, one count of second degree Computer Criminal Activity, four counts of third degree Failure to Pay Taxes, four counts of third degree Filing of a Fraudulent Tax Return, and one count of fourth degree Falsifying Records, police said. All of these charges carry maximum prison terms from 18 months to 10 years each.
The charges are a result of a joint investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Wall Township Police Department, and the New Jersey Department of Treasury, Office of Criminal Investigation.
Anyone who suspects misconduct of a public official in Monmouth County can reach out via the following: Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Corruption Tip Line: 855-7-UNJUST (855-786-5878); or, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (write “Corruption/Misconduct Tip” in the subject line).
Ambrosino is presumed innocent until proven guilty.