Building Superintendent Gets Prison Term For Thefts

April 3, 2012 12:00 AM

Building Superintendent Gets Prison Term For Thefts
" NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City building superintendent who exploited residents’ trust to steal thousands of dollars’ worth of art and jewelry will spend three to nine years in prison.

Mihaly “Mike” Kovacsezics didn’t speak at his sentencing Tuesday. He sat impassively as victim Roxane West pleaded with him to reveal what happened to hundreds of paintings by her aunt, Shirley Almeda West.

She was an Abstract Expressionist originally from Texas "

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