The owner of a Bayonne-based maintenance company was arrested last week as part of an investigation into insurance fraud, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez announced.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
George Tomasik, 62, of Kenilworth, was charged with one count of theft by deception, a third-degree crime, and one count of forgery, a fourth-degree crime, on Wednesday, May 22nd, Suarez said in a statement.
Members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Public Integrity/Insurance Fraud Unit arrested Tomasik following an investigation into allegations of insurance fraud.
The allegations included providing fraudulent insurance documents to various businesses and governmental entities.
Tomasik is the owner of Shamrock Maintenance Company and he surrendered
to members of the Public Integrity Unit/Insurance Fraud Unit at the Hudson County Administration Building on Newark Avenue in Jersey City.
He was arrested without incident on a summons complaint with the aforementioned charges.
Following his arrest, Tomasik was released on his own recognizance. He is scheduled to make his first appearance on these charges in Central Judicial Processing Court at 1:00 p.m. on June 5, 2019.
Suarez credited members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Public Integrity/Insurance Fraud Unit with the investigation and arrest.
As part of the ongoing investigation into possible insurance fraud, any business or governmental entity that has used Shamrock Maintenance Company for janitorial services is asked to contact Det. Khalil Hasan from the Insurance Fraud Unit at 201-795-6400.