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Jury convicts former classic car dealer Condodemetraky on six felony theft charges

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jan 27, 2023

Stephan Condodemetraky, 54, of 2 Dorothy's Way, Bedford

NASHUA — Stephan Condodemetraky, the former owner of classic car dealership Dusty Old Cars who over several years has been arrested numerous times on a variety of charges accusing him of theft-related offenses — many on which he was found not guilty — was convicted this week on six felony charges following a jury trial in Hillsborough County Superior Court South.

Condodemetraky, 54, of Bedford, was found guilty of stealing $115,382, which he obtained when Dusty Old Cars sold six vehicles that had been consigned with the company.

The jury found that Condodemetraky, the founder, owner and president of the now-defunct companies doing business as Dusty Old Cars, used the money “as his own” instead of paying the sales proceeds to the individuals who had consigned the cars, according to Attorney General John Formella.

Of the six charges of theft by misapplication of property, five are Class A felonies and one is a Class B felony.

Whether the court scheduled a sentencing date isn’t known. Condodemetraky’s court file doesn’t indicate a date.

Formella said the case was investigated by Investigator Frederick Lulka and prosecuted by Assistant Attorneys General Kevin P.J. Scura and J.R. Davis, each of the Consumer Protection and Antitrust Bureau.

Dean Shalhoup may be reached at 594-1256 or dshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com.


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