Former Milford Democratic Mayoral Candidate Genevieve Salvatore received an extension on when she will begin serving her two-year federal prison term giving her more time to work out a nutrition plan for her son, who is allergic to nuts, The Connecticut Post reports.
Salvatore, who unsuccessfully ran for mayor against former Mayor James L. Richetelli Jr., will begin serving her federal prison sentence on Sept. 3, the Post reports. She was originally expected to begin her sentence on July 11.
But Salvatore, who has helped raise tens of thousands of dollars to raise awareness about food allergies, was given more time to ensure her son’s health would be ensured, the Post reports.
Salvatore also had her law license revoked for six years. She pleaded guilty to mail fraud resulting from falsifying documents in 13 real estate closings involving New Haven multi-family houses. She was one of four attorneys convicted in the scheme.