A Delray Beach developer facing money laundering and fraud charges for allegedly fleecing a sandwich mogul on a land deal now has to pay nearly $400,000 in fees for failing to keep key evidence in a related civil case.
Anthony Pugliese, 66, is still awaiting a criminal trial on allegations he bilked Subway sandwich shop founder Fred DeLuca out of $1.2 million while the two were partners in Destiny, a 41,000-acre “green” community planned south of Orlando.
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