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S.I. man among 3 Brooklyn business owners indicted in alleged Health Department bribery scheme

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File image of a gavel. Staten Island Advance.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A 55-year-old Staten Island man and two Brooklyn business owners were charged in an alleged scheme to bribe city Department of Health (DOH) inspectors to receive advance warning about upcoming inspections.

Robert Cuba, 55, a Staten Island resident; John DiSanto, 50, from Brooklyn; and Jack DiSanto 47, from Brooklyn, were arraigned in Brooklyn Supreme Court Monday and each charged with one count of second- and third-degree bribery, according to Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez.

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