Prosecutors Seeking Prison Sentence For Sandy Street Developer

The state has asked the judge to impose a mandatory one-year sentence for builder Bruce Fazio, who was convicted in June of theft.

According to The Times Herald, prosecutors are asking a judge to impose a mandatory one-year sentence on Bruce Fazio, the 770 Sandy Street developer who was convicted in June of of theft by deception, theft by not making required disposition of funds and receiving stolen property in connection with the condemned property. 

"He has a couple convictions on his record," Assistant District Attorney Steve Bunn told the Herald. "One is for filing false judgment satisfactions — the fraudulent filing of documents, and that conviction was admitted into evidence against him. He also was convicted of a couple DUIs. He has some priors, and that makes his [sentencing] guidelines fairly high."

Fazio has contended that was repeatedly misled by code officials and given the go ahead on flawed plans for the Rittenhouse Club Condominium.

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