NEW YORK - The mayors of two major New Jersey cities were arrested Thursday in connection with a major corruption and international money laundering investigation, authorities said. The US Attorneys Office said about 30 people, including Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano and Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell, were arrested in New Jersey and New York as a part of the probe. Assemblyman Daniel Van Pelt and Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini also were arrested in connection with the investigation, federal prosecutors said. The US attorneys office in Newark, New Jersey, said the two-track probe involves a high-volume, international money-laundering conspiracy. Several rabbis in New York and New Jersey were also arrested in connection with the investigation, federal prosecutors said. Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who has fought corruption in New Jerseys largest city, said its an unbelievable morning so far.