Brett Hirsch Sentenced To 57 Months In Federal Lockup.
Delray Beach Community, Just Six Years Old, Sends Three To Federal Prison, With A Fourth Pending…
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BY: SEVEN BRIDGES BUREAU | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Seven Bridges in Delray Beach seemingly has more federal criminals than any other high-end community in South Florida. Just six years old, Seven Bridges is now sending its third homeowner to federal prison, and a fourth is set to be sentenced over the summer. Incredibly, all of the federal felons engaged in unrelated crimes.
The latest: Brett Hirsch of Vitrail Lane. He plead guilty to insurance fraud and was sentenced to 57 months in prison. The sentencing was seemingly put on hold due to COVID, but federal officials say his surrender date was set for early April. Sources say he is either reporting now — or about to be processed — by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Hisrch has been apparently been assigned a BOP number which suggests incarceration is in process.
Read Hirsch’s sentencing order, below.
Hirsch joins noted Seven Bridges Homeowner Aaron Singerman, currently serving several years after pleading guilty to his role in mislabeling nutritional supplements as part of ”Blackstone Labs.” He also joins Richard Davidson, a chiropractor who plead guilty to defrauding medicaid.
Tracey Jedlicki, another Seven Bridges homeowner, will be sentenced this summer for her role in taking part in international ”boiler rooms” created to defraud the public.
Read our previous Seven Bridges coverage here.
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