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PLEADED GUILTY Richmond man who looted his family trusts sentenced to 4 years in prison

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Posted: Thursday, August 15, 2013 11:41 am | Updated: 6:38 am, Fri Aug 16, 2013.

RICHMOND -- A Richmond man who looted $2.5 million from his parents’ trusts intended for charities and inheritance for himself and three siblings was sentenced to four years in prison this morning.

Barton C. Pasco, 58, who pleaded guilty to wire fraud, was sentenced at the high end of the federal sentencing guidelines by U.S. District Judge John A. Gibney Jr., who noted there are sentencing laws that “hammer” crack cocaine and other drug dealers.

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