JERSEY CITY -- The 12 Jersey City police officers who have been put on restricted duty related to a federal probe of the police department's off-duty jobs program collected about $1 million total from off-duty work over the last two years, payroll records show.
Two of the officers earned more than their total salaries from off-duty work in 2015. James Cardinale made $110,370 from off-duty work in 2015. Cardinale makes a $106,313 salary. Jonathan Hernandez made $89,120 from off-duty work last year. Hernandez's salary is $76,262.