Man Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Millions From Miami Bank. – Receive the latest local updates in your inbox. A Florida man was arrested in San Diego Sunday for allegedly stealing .2 million from an armored car courier company in Miami, the FBI announced. Former Brinks Inc. manager, Jose Agurto, 37, was taken into custody on Saturday for allegedly stealing millions from a Brinks facility across the country, said the FBI’s Darrell Foxworth.
FUTURESHOCK – The New World Order Plans for 2018-2020. – · The NWO Pope, Pope Francis, who stated world war iii has already begun, made another chilling comment when in early December he stated: "While the world starves, burns and descends further into chaos, we should realize that this year’s Christmas celebrations, for those who choose to celebrate, IT MAY BE THEIR LAST.
Thomson verdict doesn’t vindicate his enemies – I wrote in a piece for this site on 25 October 2012 that the fact that "Craig Thompson has had his reputation and rights so undermined before he even steps into a court room should frighten all.
The Home Equity Theft Reporter Cases & Articles: Jul 28, 2013 – · The Royal Bank is putting a house foreclosure on hold after a Harvey man raised questions about why his house no longer had fire insurance, a fact he discovered after his home was gutted by a fire. Brad McCullough, a licenced carpenter.
Richardson Scorns Clinton Aides, Defends Clinton – As for his own state, Rendell said, "Senator Clinton is going to win a solid majority. And when you combine that with Ohio and Texas and Florida and Michigan and all of the other key. so that.
VernonBlog: August 2013 – · He stashed them in his pockets, in a sack in his truck, in closets at his house. Over more than eight years, he brought home $210,000 worth of quarters, 10,500 pounds (4,760 kilograms) of them, which he dutifully rolled and packed in $500 boxes to be exchanged for cash at banks on his lunch hour.
Long Island Man Sentenced To 55 Months For Stealing More Than. – Long Island Man Sentenced To 55 Months For Stealing More Than $31 Million Dollars In A Wire Fraud Scheme Involving Sub-Prime mortgages defendant submitted false financial records to His investors earlier today, defendant thomas donovan, 67, was sentenced to 55 months of incarceration for his guilty plea to wire fraud conspiracy on May 31, 2013.
Newark Man Charged with Stealing $1.2. – Mortgage Daily – Anderson obtained a $260,000 loan from chase mortgage company for the Newark home, and a $945,250 loan from Sun Trust, Inc., for the Georgia home. After completing the phony sale of his own home and acquiring the Georgia home in the name of the unsuspecting buyer, Anderson moved into the Georgia home with his wife.