Thursday, March 17, 2011

New Hampshire Man & Cohorts Indicted For Allegedly Embezzling $1.9 Million From Massachusetts Company; Mob Ties Alleged

Charles Davis, 44, of Salem, New Hampshire, has been indicted on charges he was involved in a conspiracy to embezzle $1,864,353 from Randstad Professionals, a temporary employment agency based in Wakefield, Massachusetts. According to prosecutors, Davis, who was employed as an account manager for Randstad, laundered the stoley money through Charles Toomajian, 53, of Malden, Massachusetts and a local attorney. Toomajian, is also alleged to have embezzled $659,525, to pay off loan sharking and gambling debts to Joseph Giallanella, 62, of North Andover, Massachusetts and Michael Petrillo, 56, of Peabody, Massachusetts. Davis has been charged with conspiracy, larceny, and making false entries into corporate books. Toomajian, who has served as special assistant to Malden Mayor Richard C. Howard, has been charged with conspiracy, larceny, receiving stolen property and being an accessory after the fact of a felony. Giallanella has been charged with conspiracy and accessory after the fact of a felony. Petrillo is due to be arraigned on April 11. The scheme is reportedly part of larger schemes involving reputed Boston area mafiosa capo Mark Rosetti.

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