Pizzarelli found guilty of bilking thousands from ...
by Neighbor Staff
03:42 PM, Tuesday, May 05
Earl Pizzarelli pleaded guilty to misappropriating $49,000 from a local nonprofit he volunteered with for eight years. Charged with 18 counts of theft by taking, Pizzarelli was sentenced by Judge Hilton Fuller to 15 years with six months to serve ...

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