The Feds are reportedly looking into a report that alleges the Jersey City building materials company was illegally selling off materials from Fjords sites.
According to Fox Sports, the Jersey building materials division was selling a $500,000 worth of fjords materials to a company called Jersey Construction Materials.
The company was apparently looking to sell off fjors materials at a time when the city was in the midst of a state of emergency.
A company representative reportedly told the outlet that the sale was authorized by the Jersey Construction Material Board.NJCBP spokesman James Stroud told Fox that the company was in discussions with the agency about the allegations.
He said the company has no immediate comment.NJCTB spokesman Kevin Ritter told Fox the investigation into the sale is ongoing.
Ritter said the agency has not found any wrongdoing.
The Jersey Construction materials report comes days after the Jersey County District Attorney’s Office filed criminal charges against Fjord Construction and the company’s CEO.
Fjord construction has been accused of illegally selling a huge amount of fjs materials to the company, which is based in Jersey City.
A federal grand jury indicted Fjors CEO Peter Fjörl in February.
Fjerl was fired by Fjorl, and the district attorney’s office declined to prosecute the company.