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Right in our own back yard! Charges against The Cafaro co.owners of the Spotsylvania Towncenter. If it's happening in Youngstown it could be happening here.

This is the company that the Spotsylvania county BoS gave full access to fourteen private properties , without compensation. The Cafaro co. destroyed over a half acre of trees , a private road, damaged a private pond and damn and harassed and intimidated these property owners for over four years. I find it very disturbing that these are the kind of people with whom our local government chooses to engage in business transactions. Why isn’t this story in our local paper? It is my belief that the Virginia Attorney General needs to look into this issue.

The chargesComments Email Print ShareThisPublished: Thu, July 29, 2010 @ 12:00 p.m.
The people and companies indicted and the charges against them in the Oakhill Renaissance Place investigation. If convicted, the maximum penalty for a second-degree felony is 8 years in prison and/or a $15,000 fine; 5 years in prison and/or $10,000 fine for a third-degree felony; and 6 months in jail and/or $1,000 fine for a first-degree misdemeanor.

Anthony M. Cafaro Sr.: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felonies); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felonies); three counts of perjury (third-degree felonies); four counts of bribery (third-degree felonies); and three counts of money laundering (third-degree felonies).

Flora Cafaro: money laundering, a third-degree felony.

Attorney Martin Yavorcik: money laundering, a third-degree felony.

Mahoning County Commissioner John A. McNally IV: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); three counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); disclosure of confidential information (first-degree misdemeanor); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanor); and soliciting or accepting improper compensation (first-degree misdemeanor).

Former County Treasurer John Reardon: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); two counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanor); and filing false financial disclosure statement with the Ohio Ethics Commission (first-degree misdemeanor).

County Auditor Michael V. Sciortino: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); two counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanors); filing false financial disclosure statement with the Ohio Ethics Commission (first-degree misdemeanor); and soliciting or accepting improper compensation (first-degree misdemeanor).

John Zachariah, former county Jobs and Family Services director: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); three counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); and tampering with records (third-degree felony)

The Cafaro Company: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); four counts of bribery (third-degree felony); and three counts of money laundering (third-degree felony).

Ohio Valley Mall Co.: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); and four counts of bribery (third-degree felony).

The Marion Plaza: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); and four counts of bribery (third-degree felony).

Source: Special Prosecutors Dennis P. Will and Paul M. Nick

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