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Prosecutors charge Guldi with insurance fraud

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George Guldi's house at 9 Griffing Avenue in Westhampton Beach caught fire last November. Mr. Guldi is accused of insurance fraud relating to the insurance payment for the fire.

George Guldi's house at 9 Griffing Avenue in Westhampton Beach caught fire last November. Mr. Guldi is accused of insurance fraud relating to the insurance payment for the fire.

By Hallie D. Martin on Sep 23, 2009
Former Suffolk County Legislator George O. Guldi was indicted for a second time this year on Thursday, September 17, in a Riverhead courtroom, on felony insurance fraud charges stemming from... more

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