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A Union County grand jury has indicted a former Clark resident who was serving as trustee of a big inheritance fund for a juvenile relative, however allegedly illegally spent most of it for his personal functions over little greater than two years.

Anthony DiRobbio, 60, of Silver Springs, Florida, is charged with misapplication of entrusted property, a second-degree crime.

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An investigation by the Particular Prosecutions Unit of the Union County Prosecutor’s Workplace and the Clark Police Division, began in October 2018, discovered that DiRobbio’s sister, a Woodbridge resident, died in June 2015 on the age of 72, in line with Union County Assistant Prosecutor Robert Rosenthal, who’s prosecuting the case.

Her will left her complete property in equal shares to her two grandsons – one grownup and one juvenile.

The will even established a belief for the juvenile’s share of the property and named DiRobbio as trustee, with all of the funds to be launched to the juvenile when he turned 25.

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The juvenile’s share of the property amounted to greater than $85,000, in line with the investigation, which was led by prosecutor’s workplace Sgt. Rudolfo Correia and Clark police Sgt. Joseph Teston.

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However from the creation of the belief’s checking account in June 2016 by mid-November 2018, lower than $10,000 was paid out for the advantage of the juvenile, in line with the prosecutor’s workplace.

In the meantime, DiRobbio made money withdrawals from the account amounting to greater than $75,000, none of which went to the juvenile’s assist or well-being.

These funds disappeared and haven’t been recovered, in line with the prosecutor’s workplace.

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These convicted of second-degree costs face jail phrases of 5 to 10 years.

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