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A fourth defendant in the case, ...
www.accessnorthga.com, 24 Nov 2012 [cached]
A fourth defendant in the case, Duluth developer Mark Gary, is scheduled to be sentenced in January, but prosecutors have requested a delay in sentencing.
Gary paid $30,000 in casino chips for Lasseter's vote in favor of a waste-transfer station he planned in 2009.
Their cooperation led to the recent ...
www.ajc.com, 22 Oct 2012 [cached]
Their cooperation led to the recent guilty plea of local developer Mark Gary, who admitted handing over $30,000 in casino chips for Lasseter's vote in 2009 for a waste transfer station.
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Developer Mark Gary has pleaded guilty to corruption charges and is awaiting sentencing.
Gwinnett County really is the Wild, Wild West | Bold Spicy News
boldspicynews.com, 25 Oct 2012 [cached]
Federal authorities on Wednesday charged developer Mark Gary of giving a $30,000 bribe to influence then-Gwinnett County Commissioner Shirley Lasseter's vote in 2009 in favor of a solid waste transfer station.
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Gary, who is cooperating with authorities, is soon expected to plead guilty to a federal bribery charge, his lawyer, Paul Kish, said.
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Gary made a brief court appearance Wednesday before a U.S. magistrate to be formally notified of the charge against him.
The U.S. Attorney's Office charged Gary in a criminal information, instead of going before a grand jury and obtaining an indictment against him. This is typically done when defendants are cooperating with authorities in ongoing investigations.
According to the criminal information, Gary paid $30,000 worth of chips from an out-of-state gambling casino to influence Lasseter's vote.
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That following June, Gary gave the chips to her son, John Fanning, the court document says.
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Gary is the latest player named in an ongoing corruption probe into Gwinnett government officials.
Authorities allege that Gary gave $30,000 in gambling chips to Fanning at an out-of-state casino for votes in favor of a controversial solid waste transfer station in which Gary had a personal ownership interest. Authorities allege that Gary gave $30,000 in gambling chips to Fanning at an out-of-state casino for votes in favor of a controversial solid waste transfer station in which Gary had a personal ownership interest.
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Gary declined comment to reporters on the federal courthouse steps.
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This includes Lasseter making secret recordings of conversations that led directly to a charge Wednesday against Lawrenceville businessman Mark Gary, Assistant U.S. Attorney Doug Gilfillan said.
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Gary was charged with giving a $30,000 bribe in exchange for Lasseter's vote in 2009 for a solid waste transfer station.
From the Atlanta ...
boldspicynews.com, 25 Oct 2012 [cached]
From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Federal authorities on Wednesday charged developer Mark Gary of giving a...
The Atlanta ...
www.ajc.com, 20 Oct 2012 [cached]
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported on suspicious Gwinnett County land deals and other projects -- including a waste transfer station proposed by developer Mark Gary -- in 2009.
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