FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The former home of Michael Fabini, who is currently serving a 14-year sentence for running a major marijuana distribution ring, will go up for sale on Monday.
The asking price for the home at 6619 Cherry Hill Parkway is $649,900, according to a news release issued by the U.S. Marshals Service Wednesday afternoon. Tom Haggarty of RE/MAX Results is listed as the realtor for the property.
Fabini pleaded guilty to two charges in November 2014: conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute marijuana along with selling drugs for money. As part of the plea deal, 42 of the 44 charges Fabini initially faced were dismissed. He was sentenced in March of 2015.
The FBI raided Fabini’s home and several others in December of 2012 as part of a drug trafficking investigation that resulted in multiple arrests.
According to the Allen County Assessor’s Office, Michael Fabini purchased the home in August of 2009. Since then it grew significantly in size, from 4191 square feet including the basement in 2009 with the basement accounting for 1,296 square feet to a total square footage of 11,900 square feet including the finished basement and attic in May of 2012. The basement accounted for 3,691 square feet, which by itself is larger than some of the nearby homes.