Funds To Be Used, In Part, For Restitution… Former Owners In Prison.
BY: SEVEN BRIDGES BUREAU | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Seven Bridges Delray Beach home owned by two federal felons until the U.S. Government took it was just sold at auction. The closing price as of 2 p.m. Friday afternoon: $1.82M.
The 4,783 square foot home was owned by Tracy and Jeffrey Jedlicki. Both are serving several years in federal prisons for their roles in international frauds. About Jeffrey Jedlicki, the United States Department of Justice wrote this: “U.S. District Judge Thomas P. Barber sentenced Jeffrey Jedlicki, 51, to eight years in federal prison for wire fraud conspiracy. As part of his sentence, the court also ordered Jedlicki to forfeit $700,000 and a South Florida residence worth in excess of $2 million. The court also ordered Jedlicki to pay $3,244,592.00 in restitution to the victims. Jedlicki had pleaded guilty on September 16, 2021.”
And about Tracy Jedlicki: “U.S. District Judge Kathryn K. Mizelle sentenced Tracy Lee Jedlicki (56, Delray Beach) to 30 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. As part of her sentence, the Court also ordered Jedlicki to forfeit $750,000, a 4.01 carat diamond ring, a 11-carat diamond necklace, and a South Florida residence worth more than $2 million. The Court also ordered Jedlicki to pay $3,244,592 in restitution to the victims. Jedlicki had pleaded guilty on February 24, 2022.”
Tracy now lives in the Mariana, Florida federal corrections institution. Jeffrey is living in the Coleman Federal Corrections Institution. Neither has a decorator toilet like the one seen, above. The official listing describes the home as, “5 bedrooms, 6 baths, kitchen with breakfast room, living room, dining room, family room, den, mud room, 2nd floor loft and laundry, and attached 1-car and 2-car garages. The fenced property includes a covered patio and in-ground pool.”
There is not much of a backyard. $1.82M doesn’t buy what it used to. It was not immediately clear who won the home during Friday’s federal government auction.
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