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The number of lawsuits against a Bergen County real estate influencer couple is now in double digits, as four more have been filed since the beginning of August.Cesar and Jennifer Pina have been accused by multiple people of offering bogus deals to investors but providing little or nothing to show for them.These four lawsuit...
The number of lawsuits against a Bergen County real estate influencer couple is now in double digits, as four more have been filed since the beginning of August.
Cesar and Jennifer Pina have been accused by multiple people of offering bogus deals to investors but providing little or nothing to show for them.
These four lawsuits bring the total to 11 filed against the Pinas and their companies, From Start 2 Flipping, LLC, Flip 2 Dao and their various Whairhouse LLCs. Some of the lawsuits also name one of the Pinas' frequent collaborative partners, Raashaun Casey, who is also known as DJ Envy.
The New Jersey Courts website does not show any response by the Pinas' lawyers in a number of the lawsuits filed against them. The Pinas' flipping_nj Instagram shows a post from Thursday. The Record and NorthJersey.com have attempted to reach Cesar Pina on several occasions, including via text messages, phone calls, emails and Instagram.
In the Aug. 4 suit, Englewood resident Enisa Berisha accuses the Pinas of defrauding her of $750,000 after she was introduced to Cesar Pina by a mutual friend who had invested with him previously.
According to the lawsuit, Berisha had just settled a suit and was trying to "invest the settlement proceeds to ensure she and her child would be financially secure for the foreseeable future."
In August 2022, the suit says, Pina told Berisha that if she provided $250,000 in capital to purchase a property on River Street in Paterson, he would flip it, sell it and return her money plus an additional 30% within five months. He also told her about two other properties with which he would do the same, bringing her total investment to $600,000.
When Berisha requested the money from the properties, Pina told her he had found a fourth property and if she gave another $150,000, he would be able to purchase it, flip it and sell it, the lawsuit says. Despite numerous requests, Berisha says, she never got a formal agreement regarding the fourth property.
The suit says Pina made "false and misleading representations" and slowly began to stop communicating, failing to provide answers and giving "false promises" of payment coming soon. She says she was eventually paid $80,000 in January but has not had the rest of the money returned.
Berisha says she contacted Pina multiple times between February and July for detailed information on the projects and when he would provide the past-due payments, finally going in person after getting no response. Despite reassurances that closings on the homes were "imminent" no evidence has been provided to show a sale, the suit says.
Two other suits, filed on Aug. 7, one by Authentic Properties, LLC, owned by Zachary Walker, and AJR Investments, LLC, owned by Alvin Rivera, and the other by Christian Vasquez, include Casey in their accusations, as the investors first learned of the Pinas through Casey's radio show.
Walker and Rivera say they attended some of the seminars hosted by the Pinas and Casey, hoping to learn from Cesar Pina. Rivera invested $100,000 in a property on Manchester Avenue in Paterson with a promise of a $130,000 return in January, and he says they have refused to tell him where the funds are and have ignored repeated attempts to contact them.
The most recent lawsuit was filed on Aug. 9 by Massachusetts resident Derik Deangelo, who says he reached out to Casey and Cesar Pina in July 2022 after he saw a video of them looking for investment partners. Deangelo was asked to invest $300,000 but was worried about such a large investment. He instead agreed to invest $100,000 in a property on Park Avenue, being promised a payout of $130,000 within four months.
Deangelo's lawsuit says Cesar Pina repeatedly told him the investment was "guaranteed money" and that the Pinas signed a "personal guarantee." Deangelo says that after wiring his money, he didn't hear from Cesar Pina for the next four months and when he tried to ask about his money, he go no response immediately.
"Soon thereafter, [Deangelo] began to see videos on social media alleging that Pina and [Casey] were operating a widespread fraudulent real estate scam," the lawsuit says.
The New Jersey Lottery offers multiple draw games for people looking to strike it rich.Here’s a look at Thursday, Aug. 10, 2023 winning numbers for each game:Pick-3Midday: 8 - 0 - 8; Fireball: 1Evening: 3 - 9 - 2; Fireball: 4Check Pick-3 payouts and previous drawings here.Pick-4Midday...
The New Jersey Lottery offers multiple draw games for people looking to strike it rich.
Here’s a look at Thursday, Aug. 10, 2023 winning numbers for each game:
Midday: 8 - 0 - 8; Fireball: 1
Evening: 3 - 9 - 2; Fireball: 4
Midday: 5 - 1 - 7 - 0; Fireball: 1
Evening: 6 - 5 - 9 - 9; Fireball: 4
34 - 19 - 28 - 18 - 22
Estimated jackpot: $746,000
38 - 53 - 44 - 51 - 50; Green: 3
03 - 21 - 15 - 01 - 05 - 22
Estimated Jackpot: $25 million
Double Play: 40 - 34 - 37 - 11 - 38 - 12
Drawing are held every four minutes. Check winning numbers here.
Drawing are held every four minutes. Check winning numbers here.
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Take a drive or train to try a new restaurant in North Jersey. Here are 5 that opened or announced their openings so far in summer 2023.|Updated Mon, Aug 14, 2023 at 10:22 am ETNORTH JERSEY, NJ — Restaurants are bouncing back after the pandemic. In just the last six weeks, a number of eateries have either opened or announced openings in North Jersey. Several of them are dessert shops. So, treat yourself!Here are five North Jersey restaurants hoping to serve you soon:The Gyro Project, Fort Lee...
|Updated Mon, Aug 14, 2023 at 10:22 am ET
NORTH JERSEY, NJ — Restaurants are bouncing back after the pandemic. In just the last six weeks, a number of eateries have either opened or announced openings in North Jersey. Several of them are dessert shops. So, treat yourself!
Here are five North Jersey restaurants hoping to serve you soon:
The Gyro Project, Fort Lee
The concept also features an extensive “Agora’ or Marketplace for small-batch craft Greek imported packaged items such as infused vinegar, high-quality olive oils, house-blended custom spices & rubs, pre-packaged snacks, and small-batch dips. Follow them on Instargram @thegyroproject or see www.thegyroproject.com.
Toast x Bowl, Hoboken
With healthy rice bowls, special sandwiches, fruity beverages, coffee, and baked goods, the new Toast x Bowl on Hoboken's main drag is here to serve you.
The concept is a first for the owners, who opened their doors a little over a week ago. Find out more on their website and see their menu below. They're located at 328 Washington St., an easy walk of seven blocks from the train plaza.
Krishna's Kitchen, Bridgewater
Krishna’s Kitchen, a new authentic Indian restaurant, opened at 85 Old York Road in the Bradley Gardens section of Bridgewater. The eatery showcases the flavors of Gujarat, North India, and South India.
As part of its grand opening, the restaurant is offering 10 percent off all orders over $50 through Aug. 29.
The menu includes hot beverages, breakfast, soup, appetizers and main courses. Dishes include Keju Kurry, Palak Paneer, Medu Vada, Masala Uttapam, Curd Rice, and more. Read more about it here.
Farinella Artisanal Pizza & Bakery, Newark
Coming This Week: Ice Cream Pops
We did mention that several dessert shops are coming soon. Among them, the Mexican Ice Cream Shop Morelia Paletas, based in Florida and North Carolina, will open a location on Hoboken's Washington Street, serving their unique ice cream pops on a stick in flavors from s'mores to passion fruit. They say they're aiming to open by the end of the month. Find out s'more about them here.
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In 2001, North Bergen illegally placed its 17-trailer preschool in Hudson County’s Braddock Park. Twenty-two years later, the trailers, rotting away, are still there.North Bergen violated environmental regulations that are meant to save Braddock and many other parks, statewide, for recreation/open space use. Unfortunately, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection compliance inspectors didn’t report North Bergen’s violation until 10 years after the fact.Since “getting caught” in 2011, N...
In 2001, North Bergen illegally placed its 17-trailer preschool in Hudson County’s Braddock Park. Twenty-two years later, the trailers, rotting away, are still there.
North Bergen violated environmental regulations that are meant to save Braddock and many other parks, statewide, for recreation/open space use. Unfortunately, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection compliance inspectors didn’t report North Bergen’s violation until 10 years after the fact.
Since “getting caught” in 2011, NJDEP has been directing North Bergen to get the preschool out of Braddock Park and reimburse taxpayers by creating five times as much new parkland as North Bergen violated. North Bergen and Hudson County pulled a fast one and offered the state already existing parkland, falsely claiming it was “unimproved and vacant” and “there was no open space/recreational use” of it.
Since 2011, North Bergen has been promising to remove the preschool trailers from Braddock Park, while ignoring every deadline and every promise, as NJDEP helplessly watches.
With its acquisition of the former High Tech High School campus, North Bergen for the first time has a junior high and many more classrooms, enabling a reorganization of the district’s schools, thus providing a means to end its long-standing non-compliance with NJDEP regulations.
In 2017, the North Bergen Board of Education wrote High Tech would allow it to “reorganize our schools to move kindergarten students into the elementary schools and pre-K students into the current early Early Childhood Center and out of Braddock Park, solving another longstanding issue.”
North Bergen modified the plan and decided to place the preschoolers into elementary schools.
It was supposed to happen no later than Aug. 31, 2021.
Martha Sapp, director of NJDEP’s Green Acres program, wrote: “Removing the trailers as quickly as possible is the only scenario we are considering, and is what the Township has assured us will happen. Allowing the trailers to remain permanently is not an option.”
Why, then, are the trailers still in Braddock Park?
Because NJDEP has not enforced the regulations. Neither has the New Jersey Department of Education. NJDOE doesn’t possess any records showing it gave North Bergen permission to move the preschool into Braddock Park. If North Bergen and NJDOE had exercised due diligence, they would have known beforehand that state environmental regulations do not allow schools in Braddock Park.
Furthermore, N.J.A.C. 6A:26-3.13(g) does not allow school trailers to be used for more than five years. North Bergen’s trailers are 22 years old, and they are in very bad physical shape.
North Bergen residents were promised permanent preschool facilities more than two decades ago, and the 88% Hispanic school population still doesn’t have them. This is an educational injustice. The misuse of parkland is also an environmental injustice. Hudson County’s Master Plan notes that the county is densely populated and has a severe shortage of parkland.
It’s way past time for responsible state officials to fix this North Bergen’s mess.
Otherwise, this could happen in your town.
Robert Walden, North Bergen
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Bryan Diaz was 2-for-3 with three RBI and two stolen bases as 11th-seeded Kearny held off sixth-seeded Memorial, 5-4, at Miller Stadium in West New York.Complete Box Score »Jonah Menendez scored two runs, going 1-for-1 with a stolen base and Trayton Witt went 1-for-2 with a run and a RBI for Kearny (4-17), which broke the scoreless tie with three runs in the top of the third inning, then expanded the lead with a run in the fourth and...
Bryan Diaz was 2-for-3 with three RBI and two stolen bases as 11th-seeded Kearny held off sixth-seeded Memorial, 5-4, at Miller Stadium in West New York.
Jonah Menendez scored two runs, going 1-for-1 with a stolen base and Trayton Witt went 1-for-2 with a run and a RBI for Kearny (4-17), which broke the scoreless tie with three runs in the top of the third inning, then expanded the lead with a run in the fourth and fifth innings. Winning pitcher William McChesney struck out seven over 4 2/3 no-hit innings, allowing no runs and six walks.
Kearny, which avenged two regular season losses to Memorial, advances to the quarterfinals on Tuesday when it plays third-seeded Ferris.
Memorial, which scored one run in the bottom of the sixth inning and three in the seventh, falls to 6-15.
North Bergen 12, Dickinson 2 (5 inn.)
Cameron Perez had three RBI for eighth-seeded North Bergen, going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles in a 12-2 victory over ninth-seeded Dickinson, in five innings, in North Bergen.
Branly Collado was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI and Enger Ortiz went 2-for-3 with a homer for North Bergen (8-15), which trailed 1-0 before scoring two runs in the second inning, then adding to the lead with runs in the each of the next three innings, capped off by a six-run bottom of the fifth.
North Bergen plays top-seeded Bayonne, No. 20 in the NJ.com Top 20,, in the quarterfinals on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
Dickinson, which jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning, falls to 8-10.
Secaucus 10, Hoboken 0 (5 inn.)
Joseph Loesner pitched five scoreless innings while also going 3-for-4 with three RBI as 12th-seeded Secaucus rolled to a 10-0 victory over fifth-seeded Hoboken, in five innings, in Hoboken.
Loesner, a junior, struck out one, allowing three hits and a walk for Secaucus (7-11), which took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Gervany Pagan hit a leadoff triple and came around to score on a Loesner single. Pagan, who later had a two-run single as part of a five-run fifth inning, went 3-for-4 with three RBI, two runs scored and two stolen bases.
Alex Constantino was 2-for-2 with a hit by pitch, three runs and two stolen bases, Vincent Pollio went 2-for-2 with a walk, two runs and two stolen bases, and Zach Michalkovich hit a solo inside the park home run.
Secaucus plays fourth-seeded Union City in the quarterfinals on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Laurel Hill Park in Secaucus.
Hudson Catholic 4, McNair 1
Max Casazza went 3-for-4 with two runs and three stolen bases, lifting seventh-seeded Hudson Catholic to a 4-1 victory over 10th-seeded McNair at Lincoln Park in Jersey City.
James Hennessey went 1-for-1 with two walks and a RBI, Elvin Almonte was 1-for-3 with a walk, run and a stolen base, while Chieh-Yu Chen went 1-for-3 with a hit by pitch and a run for Hudson Catholic (7-11).
Hudson Catholic plays second-seeded St. Peter’s Prep in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.
McNair falls to 10-5.
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