Posted Thursday, February 1, 2007 7:56 PM | Contributed by Jason Hammond
An Ocean County grand jury has charged five men with forging re-entry hand stamps allowing people to enter Six Flags Great Adventure theme park in Jackson without paying. The grand jury handed up an indictment recently charging the defendants with possession of a forgery device and uttering a forged instrument. The indictment said the defendants on Oct. 22 made or possessed bottles of ink, a black light, and sponges cut into letters and phrases for the purpose of forgery. It said that to defraud Great Adventure, they sold fake re-entry stamps to patrons of the park.
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