Falmouth Man Pleads Guilty in Construction Equipment Scheme

GavelBOSTON – A Falmouth man pleaded guilty Tuesday to money laundering and larceny charges after stealing money from customers in a construction machinery scheme, according to officials with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.

68-year-old Dennis Desgroseilliers will be sentenced on December 8.

The Attorney General’s Office said Desgroseilliers used his two companies, DJD Associations and Machinery USA, to sell construction equipment to customers, but never delivered those products. 

In total, Desgroseilliers was accused of stealing more than $635,000 from companies nationwide.

The AG’s investigation began in 2014. Desgroseilliers was indicted in 2015.


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