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WSIB employee sentenced for 2002 fraud in Ontario

By KJ Mullins     Feb 9, 2011 in Crime
A 2002 fraud case concerning a Woodbridge man employed by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), has resulted in a nine month jail sentence.
On Friday Antonio Mastronardi was sentence to nine months in jail by The Honourable Alexander Sosna of the Superior Court of Justice. Mastronardi had been found guilty on July 7, 2010 in court in the City of Oshawa for fraud over $5,000 and accepting a secret commission.
Between August 2001 and December 10, 2001 Mastronardi accepted $40,000 in cash and $5,350 in vehicle repairs for the reduction of WSIB insurance premiums for a Vaughan construction company. The fraud resulted in savings of almost $130,000 for the construction company.
The York Regional Police Major Fraud Unit arrested Mastrondardi on November 8 on a referral from the WSIB Special Investigations Branch.
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