Items Tagged with 'Crime'

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  • Connecticut real estate agent arrested for allegedly abusing access to rob homes

    Authorities investigating a string of burglaries
    A Connecticut real estate agent is facing charges that he abused the access granted to him as an agent to rob a number of homes. Here are the details on John Rose, who is facing a series of charges after being arrested on Christmas Eve in an apparent burglary attempt of a home that he had access to as an agent.
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  • Feds bust Rhode Island real estate fraud conspiracy

    Attorney, real estate agent, mortgage originator indicted for mortgage fraud scheme
    A real estate attorney, a real estate agent, a licensed loan originator, a former loan officer, a loan processor and a real estate investor were all indicted Friday on charges of participating in a wide-ranging real estate fraud conspiracy that reportedly involved mortgage fraud, bank fraud and identity theft.
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  • International manhunt ends in arrest of field servicer on child prostitution charges

    Royal Thai Police arrest North Carolina man for connection to prostitution ring
    [Editor's note: The following story contains graphic details.] Mickey Snow, the owner and operator of a multi-state field services provider that until recently provided services to one of the government-sponsored enterprises, was arrested in Thailand after leading authorities on a worldwide chase to avoid prosecution on child prostitution charges.
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  • Maryland woman sent to prison for stealing from open houses

    Searched for expensive houses and posed as buyer
    According to local authorities, Sally Spaisman, 58, would search the Internet for expensive homes that were on the market, show up at the open houses pretending to be a buyer and use her free reign of the house to steal expensive jewelry from the owners.
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  • NYC broker jailed for burglarizing $7.6 million home he sold

    Former Corcoran Group broker sentenced to up to nine years in jail
    A Manhattan real estate broker will spend the next three to nine years of his life in jail after he was found guilty of burglarizing a $7.6 million townhouse on the Upper West Side. So how did he choose his target? He was the broker who handled the sale of the house.
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