Anthony Costanzo, BSO Detective Accused of Witness Tampering, Has Clean Record
Broward Sheriff's Office Det. Anthony Costanzo faces charges of witness tampering, evidence tampering, disclosure of confidential information, and felony use of a two-way communication device, all of which could theoretically put him in prison for life.
But a review of county personnel files shows Costanzo as a 13-year officer who, once he was actually hired, worked without any notable violations and, after lackluster performance reviews in the early 2000s, had a record of success that was praised by evaluators.
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