Stollof: The perp who must stay north with the cold

Baltimore County businessman Jack W. Stollof was sentenced to a year and a day of home detention in May for his role in a years-long, multimillion-dollar tax sale bid-rigging scheme. Perhaps the only reason Stollof, who reportedly drove around in his Jaguar to check up on the properties he'd bought, didn't receive a prison term like co-defendant and fellow septuagenarian Harvey M. Nusbaum, a lawyer, is because he has a heart condition, as well as a history of bladder cancer and meningitis, and the presiding federal judge decided he was too fragile to survive a year in the clink. Apparently encouraged by U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz's clemency, Stollof, through his attorneys, has made several attempts to modify the terms of his home confinement. Hey, why not?

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