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J.P. Cleary Contracting
22 Freemont Road, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
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Alternate Business NamesAmerican Dream Homes
Out of Business
In 1998 the Bureau attempted to contact this copany by both mail and telephone. However, the mail has been returned by the Postal Service and directory assistance has informed us that the telephone number has been disconnected. It appears that this firm has ceased operations at this location. If you have additional information regarding this firm, please notify the Bureau. On September 8, 2000, the New York State Attorney General announced that John Cleary, residing at the time in Connecticut, had pled guilty to various counts in Dutchess County Court relating to charges that he had stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from home owners in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties, in addition to repeated failure to file a Tax Return. Under the plea agreement, Mr. Cleary was sentenced to 6 months in jail and will be required to pay a total of _$585,000. in restitution and set up a payment schedule with the Department of Taxation & Finance. In addition, Mr. Cleary agreed not to work in New York state as a home construction contractor again. This plea was in full satisfaction of all charges contained in the indictment against Mr. Cleary.