Nicholas Piccirilli, who posed as a real estate developer and investor, pled guilty last Friday to one count of residential mortgage fraud. Piccirilli was sentenced by Judge Kelly Lee in Fulton County Superior Court under the Georgia First Offender Act to five years probation and $90,000 restitution. Special conditions of probation are that he cannot be employed in the real estate business and cannot apply for, nor obtain, any professional license relating to real estate.
In 2005, Piccirilli purchased a vacant lot in a residential subdivision in
The criminal investigation of Piccirilli was overseen by Detective Roger Marbut of the Roswell Police Department, and Assistant Attorney General Greg Lohmeier prosecuted Piccirilli on behalf of the State of