Millburn fire inspector to pay back grandmother’s estate

Peter and Angela DiCostanzo of Nutley
 appear with their attorneys in Superior Court

Superior Court ordered a Millburn fire inspector to pay $100,000 after he pleaded guilty on Friday, July 26, to charges of forgery and theft, relating to his grandmother.

Peter DiCostanzo, 40, of Nutley, appeared in court with a $100,000 check, Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Spokeswoman Kathy Carter said.

DiCostanzo and his wife Angela, 35, had been indicted on charges of forgery, theft and misapplication of entrusted funds, relating to Peter DiCostanzo’s grandmother. Charges against Angela DiCostanzo were dismissed on Friday, according to Carter.

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Millburn fire inspector to pay back grandmother’s estate

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2 Responses to “Millburn fire inspector to pay back grandmother’s estate”

  1. Thelma Says:

    Power of attorney was to help grandmother; not himself!

  2. StandUp Says:

    Forgery and theft of his own grandmother. Shame.

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