Yonkers Plumbing Inspector Arrested For Bribe Solicitation

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — January 26, 2012 – Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore (pictured) announced today that Peter Daliso (DOB 11/26/53) of 71 Lincoln Avenue, Ardsley, New York, was arraigned on a Felony Complaint charging him with:



  • one count of Bribe Receiving in the Third Degree a class “D” Felony.

On November 22, 2011, the defendant, who is employed as a City of Yonkers plumbing inspector, solicited and accepted a bribe from a duly licensed plumber after advising the plumber that the defendant would not allow the residential property in which the plumber was servicing to pass inspection and receive the requisite plumbing permit.

The plumber contacted the District Attorneys office and an investigation was initiated.

After arraigning to meet the following day, the defendant accepted $100 in United States Currency from the plumber in exchange for the defendant’s promise that he would file appropriate plumbing permit with the City of Yonkers Building Department.  

The defendant was subsequently arrested by investigators from the District Attorneys Office and charged.

The defendant was remanded pending a bail application hearing in Yonkers City Court.

The defendant faces a maximum of seven years in state prison.

Assistant District Attorney Brian Conway, Deputy Chief of the Public Integrity Bureau, is prosecuting the case.


In compliance with Disciplinary Rule 7-107A of the Code of

Professional Responsibility, you are advised that a charge is

merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed

innocent until and unless proven guilty.


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Comments 17

  1. It is a shame that people like this can give a whole profession a bad name. I hope that it won’t happen, but it probably will. I know that all plumbers aren’t like this, which is good. I’m currently looking for a plumber in salt lake city. I know I can find a good one. http://www.budgetknowsplumbing.com/

  2. Plumbers use plumbing tools that are specialized to fit the job. Professional plumbing tools are designed to perform a wide variety of functions that include: measuring, accessing holes, cutting pipe, soldering tightening and loosening, and more.

  3. Building inspector is a profession that consists of practical and technical work and can be presumed as hands on profession.

  4. One more rascal from the Amicone Administration to steal from the people. Is this the last one? What ever happened to Lisa’s son who did a similar thing with the building dept.?

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