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Man gets 6 months in jail for bid-rigging scheme

Posted 3/15/24

The accomplice of a mob-connected head of a construction firm has been sentenced to six months in jail for his role in a bid-rigging and bribery scheme that got the company drywall and carpentry work on million-dollar housing projects in the city. 

Joseph Guinta, and his subcontracting company, Jacg Construction, had pleaded guilty in early January to one count each of insurance fraud in the third degree for their participation in Lawrence Wecker’s scheme.

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