The former head of the Seaville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company was given a five year prison term on Monday. Eugene Spiegel was given the prison sentence for accepting $46,000 in payment that were based off fraudulent invoices and receipts he submitted for reimbursement to the fire company and Upper Township Fire Commissioners. In addition to the prison sentence, Spiegel will pay restitution in the amount of $46,177 and will be banned from all future public employment. In June, he pleaded guilty to second-degree conspiracy. Spiegel’s son Jacob Spiegel, 20, of Seaville, was admitted to a pre-trial intervention program today after having admitted that he had received a reimbursement of $1,275 for training that he did not attend while volunteering for the Seaville fire company.