Former Commerce Councilman Sentenced

By EGP News Report

Former Commerce city councilman Robert Fierro will serve five years probation, and has been ordered to pay a total $3,100 following a May 15 sentencing hearing before U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez.

Fierro resigned from his city council seat soon after he pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge in February. He admitted to trying to get witnesses to make false statements to hide his role in an illegal campaign finance scheme under investigation by a federal grand jury.

Fierro’s sister in law Ana Perez also pleaded guilty to a related conspiracy charge and is scheduled for her own sentencing on June 18. His wife Linda Fierro is awaiting a trial, but no date was set.

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May 24, 2012  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.

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One Response to “Former Commerce Councilman Sentenced”

  1. Frank Gonzales on September 22nd, 2012 11:26 pm

    Dude, you were a thief even back then as a park assistant and a fake teacher who pretended to care for the students. You embarrassed your own race and worst your own family. You should of gone to jail you are no role model that’s for sure. Stay away from our children mister.

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