3 men receive probation, home confinement in LIRR disability fraud scheme

Newsday says retired LIRR car repairman Franklin Plaia,

Newsday says retired LIRR car repairman Franklin Plaia, 57, of Hicksville, engineer Michael Dasaro, 59, of Oakdale, and electrician Michael Stavola, 56, of Massapequa Park, were given probation with brief periods of home confinement at hearings in federal court in Manhattan. (April 26, 2014 1:24 PM)

Three more LIRR workers will avoid prison time in a massive disability fraud scheme.

Newsday says retired LIRR car repairman Franklin Plaia, 57, of Hicksville, engineer Michael Dasaro, 59, of Oakdale, and electrician Michael Stavola, 56, of Massapequa Park, were given probation with brief periods of home confinement at hearings in federal court in Manhattan.

The three cooperated with...

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