Three Barred from Waterfront for Fraud, Deceit and Misrepresentations on Their Applications.
November 29, 2016
Today, the Commission denied the Port watchman application of Lloyd Patrick and accepted Withdrawals with Prejudice of Joseph Infuso’s Port Watchman application and the Maintenance Man application of Christopher Guido.
Lloyd Patrick, 55, of Irvington, NJ, was found by the Commission to lack the good character and integrity required of a Port Watchman and of committing fraud, deceit and misrepresentation as he falsely indicated on his application that he had never been arrested. In fact, Patrick had been arrested in 1992 in Newark, NJ and again in 2006 in East Orange, NJ.
The Commission accepted the Withdrawal with Prejudice of the Port Watchman application of Joseph Infuso, 20, of Monroe Township, NJ. Infuso had been charged in a Notice of Hearing with lacking the required good character and integrity required of a Port watchman and fraud, deceit and misrepresentation in his application for failing to disclose recent, illegal drug use. Infuso chose to withdraw his application with prejudice rather than proceed to hearing on the charges.
The Commission also accepted the Withdrawal with Prejudice of the Maintenance Man application of Christopher Guido, 23, of South Amboy, NJ. Guido had been charged in a Notice of Hearing with fraud, deceit and misrepresentation after he gave numerous false and contradictory statements regarding previous occupations and business interests. These false statements were made in both his applications and interviews under oath. Rather than proceed to hearing on the charges, Guido withdrew his application with prejudice.