A bookkeeper who worked for Kearny Board of Education’s payroll department has been charged with stealing about $190,000 from the district between 2011 and 2017, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez announced.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
Gina Neri, 50, of North Arlington, has been charged with theft by deception, Suarez said in a statement. She is scheduled to make her first appearance in Central Judicial Processing Court in Jersey City on February 6.
Yesterday, Neri wasÂ charged with an alleged theft of approximately $190,000 from the Kearny BOE, authorities said.
Specifically, she has been accused of unlawfully negotiating checks drawn from the Kearny BOEÂ bank account throughout the years of 2011 to 2017 and using those funds for her own personal benefit, officials said.
The prosecutorâ€™s office began its investigation after being contacted by an attorney
representing the Kearny BOE and the charges were filed after a month-long investigation was conducted by detectives for the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor, police said.