Men guilty of money laundering - 1991-01-30

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F15.png Men guilty of money laundering January 30, 1991, Bruce Vielmetti, St. Petersburg Times

A defunct Clearwater rare coin, bullion and currency exchange, along with three former employees, pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal money-laundering charges.

The business, Bernstein, McCaffrey & Lee, was at 601 Cleveland St. in downtown Clearwater, but has been closed since authorities raided the office and confiscated inventory in December 1989.

Ronald W. Bernstein, who founded the business, and former salesmen Grant Boshoff, 20, and Lawrence Spencer, 44, each face a maximum of 20 years in prison, but likely will receive much shorter terms under federal sentencing guidelines.


{{cite news | author = Bruce Vielmetti | title = Men guilty of money laundering | url = http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/sptimes/access/50593332.html?dids=50593332:50593332&FMT=FT | work = St. Petersburg Times | date = January 30, 1991 | accessdate = March 8, 2017 }}