Boca Man Jailed For Swindling UPS Years Ago Back In Jail

Craig Grossman

Craig Grossman, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Craig Grossman, jailed back in the early 2000s for what was called “an elaborate scheme” to defraud UPS and Fedex by filing false claims worth nearly $800,000 has just posted bond after being arrested and jailed in another scheme.

The Milbun Way resident stands charged with “fraud/swindle — obtain property under $20,000.”

While we await specifics of his latest run-in with the law, we can report that he told a judge back in 2002 that “if I could turn back the clock, I would live my life completely different.”

Grossman, now 54, was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison at the time.

In this latest case, Grossman posted bond and was released from jail several hours after his latest incarceration.

 

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