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US vs. Peter Stasica

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US vs. Peter Stasica: court case document
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Published by: Minnesota Public Radio on Apr 11, 2013
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LINITED
STATES
DISTRICT
COURT
DISTRICT
OF
MINNESOTA
CriminalNo.
LTNITED
STATES
OF
AMERICA.
Plaintiff,
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PETER
STASICA,r8
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$
1343
Defendant.
THE
UNITED
STATES
ATTORNEY
CHARGES
THAT:
COUNT
1
(WireFraud)
1,
From
in
or
about
February
2011
through
in
or
about
August
2011,
in
the
State and
District
of
Minnesota. the
defendant,
PETER STASICA,
didknowingly
and
intentionally
devise and
execute
a
scheme
and artifice
to
defraud
University
of
Minnesota
Medical
Center
-
Fairview
("Fairview")
and
others,
and
to
obtain monoy by
means
of
false
and
fraudulent
pretenses,
representations,
and
promises,
2,
Over the
time-frameidentified
above,defendant,
who
was then
Prosthetics
Manager
for
Fairview'sOfihotics
andProstheticsDepartment,began
removing
without
authorization
from
Fairview
prostheticsandprosthetic-relatedsupplies(e,g.
prostheticliners,prosthetic
socks)
to
sell
on
EBay,
cttE[t
TCHARD
D. SI.ETTEN,
CIERKJUDGMENT
ENTD-DEPUTYCTERfi-*-
0
8
2013
u.
s.
ols-f
FlE-couE!914U!
CASE 0:13-cr-00047-ADM Document 1 Filed 03/08/13 Page 1 of 3
 
3.
Defendant
also
solicited
underfalse
pretenses
from
.seYeral
patients
prosthetics
theywere
not
using.
Defendant
wouldnot
disclose
that
he
intended
to
sell,and
did
sell, theirprosthetics
on
EBay
4.'
On
or
aboutJune
14,
20II,in
the
Stateand
District
of
Minnesota,
the
defendant,
for
thepu{pose
of
executingthe
scheme
and
artifice
to
defraud,
did
cause
to
be
transmitted
in
interstatecomrnerce,
by
means
of
wire
communication,
certain
signals
'and
sounds,
to-wit,
an
interstate
electroniccommunication
fi'omEBay
customer
J.L.
inNorth
Dakota
to
defendantinMinnesota
via
PayPal
for
payment
for
a
prosthetic.
5.
All
in
violation
of
Title
18,
United
States
Code,
Section
1343,
F
orfeitureAllegations
6,
Count
1
of
thisInformation
ishereby realleged andincorporated
as
if
fully
set
forth
herein
by
reference,
for
thepurpose
of
allegingforfeitures
pursuant
to
Title
18,
United
States
Code, Section981(a)(1)(C), and
Title
28,United
States
Code,
Section
246r(c),
7.
As
the
result
of
the
offense alleged
in
Count
I
of
this
information,
the
defendant
shall
forfeit
to
the
United
States
pursuant
to
Title
18,
United
States
Code,
Section
981(a)(l)(C),
and
Title
28,
United
States
Code,
Section2461(c), any
property,
real
orpersonal,
which
constitutes
or
is derived
from
proceeds
traceable
to
the
violationsof
Title
18,
United
StatesCode,
Section
1343.
^,,
8,
If
any
of
the
above-described
forfeitableproperty
is
unavailable
for
forfeiture,the
United
States
intends
to
seek
the
forfeiture
of
substitute
property
as
provided
for
in
CASE 0:13-cr-00047-ADM Document 1 Filed 03/08/13 Page 2 of 3

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