It’s hard to believe, but former Camden city police sergeant Jeffrey Frett is taking another shot at a New Jersey disability pension.
A previous attempt by Frett to retire on disability involved gunplay by his wife, a botched shooting and a guilty plea – results of a backfiring plot to cheat the Police and Firemen’s Retirement System.
The next round is scheduled for Monday at a PFRS board meeting, New Jersey Watchdog has learned. Frett’s history is almost certain to be a focal point as trustees consider his application for a lucrative accidental disability pension.
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