Project Manager Convicted of Fraud
Updated: Oct 6, 2022
Inflating change orders was the driver behind William Sacco's fraud conviction as he was sentenced in July by U.S. District Judge Kari A. Dooley of Bridgeport Massachusetts to three years of supervised release and ordered to serve five months of supervised release in home confinement and to perform 50 hours of community service, according to federal authorities.
Citing court documents and statements made in court, Sacco was a project manager for a Massachusetts-based mechanical contractor and that, from June 2014 to December 2017, he conspired with another to defraud “his employer and the owners of certain projects he managed by inflating change orders on the projects.”
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