Mumbai man dupes 25 of Rs 3 crore for cheap homes, held | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: A 36-year-old Commerce graduate who fled to Nashik after duping at least 25 home-buyers of over Rs 3 crore after promising them flats at 25% discount from the bank that had sealed them as people failed to pay EMIs, was arrested on Wednesday.
Crime branch (unit XII) laid a trap after tracking down Sachin Borde in Nashik by posing as a customer buying bank-seized cars at a discount. Borde used to take an advance payment to pay the bank after showing them a fake letter of the flat.
Borde, from Dahisar, fled a year back along with his wife, after duping people from Andheri to Mira Road in 2017-19. A case was registered by MHB Colony police on May 2 during lockdown after victims failed to contact Borde.
DCP (crime I) Akbar Pathan supervised inspector Mahesh Tawde, assistant inspectors Vikram Kadam and Atul Avhad, sub-inspector Hemant Gite and staff
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Man cheated by lure of cheap gold, robbed | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: A 53-year-old man from Vastral, Bharat Patel, who runs an engineering unit at his house lodged a complaint at Ramol police station on Thursday alleging that six persons — of whom four were later identified as Iswharpuri Goswami and Pradeep Gordhan Kachadia of Ramol, Shailiesh Thakor of Narol, Ankur Bhupendra Patel of Hathijan— cheated him using the lure of gold biscuits at lower-than-market price.
The offence took place in July but one of the accused who had introduced the others to the complainant promised him to his money back. The complainant then waited, but later he approached Ramol police.
Investigators said they have arrested four of the six persons accused for a similar offence a fortnight ago and they are in judicial custody. “We are hunting for the two remaining accused and will question the suspects in the jail about them,” said K S Dave, inspector of Ramol police
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Want to upgrade your SUV? You may visit TNT big man Chris Javier’s auto shop

The auto shop of Javier in Binan, Laguna. (Photo from Top Boss Auto Garage FB Page)

TNT Tropang Giga center Chris Javier understands the risk of starting a new business now that there is an economic predicament in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But the University of the East product knew what he loves to do. He had so much heart that he took the leap of faith.

Last July, the 27-year-old Javier opened the “Top Boss Auto Garage” – an auto shop that specializes in repair, and upgrade of suspension for sports utility vehicles or SUV cars in Biñan, Laguna.

Chris Javier in action when he was still with Blackwater. (PBA Images)

“I took the risk kasi auto shop business naman marami din ang nagpapa-repair, madami ang off-road, SUV. Madami kasi tayong kalsada na matagtag, kaya gusto ko magkaroon ng riding comfort ang mga naka-SUV,” said Javier.

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Man steals more than $4K worth of key fobs from Manheim Auto Auction by hiding them in his underwear: police | Local News

A Maryland man stole $4,630 worth of key fobs and key cards from inside vehicles at Manheim Auto Auction by “stuffing them into his underwear,” according to Northern Lancaster County Regional police. 

Brendan Scott Gilbreath, 41, of Annapolis, Md., was arrested Thursday after Manheim Auto Auction security reported to police that Gilbreath got into vehicles with key fobs on the dashboard.

When security checked the vehicles after Gilbreath left, the key fobs were gone, police said.

On Thursday, security was conducting rooftop surveillance over “Area H” because 44 key fobs and key cards had went missing over the past two weeks, police said. 

Gilbreath consented to a search and an officer found 10 key fobs in Gilbreath’s underwear, police said. Later, during a more thorough search at the police station, officers found three more, police said. 

Gilbreath concealed the key fobs by wearing two pairs of underwear and putting

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Trial opens for Bexar deputy who killed man after car crash

A motorist shot to death in 2013 by an off-duty Bexar County sheriff’s deputy had been heatedly arguing with his wife via text-messaging shortly before the fatal encounter, a defense attorney

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South Dakota AG called ‘a coward’ after allegedly striking, killing local man with car

The cousin of a South Dakota man who was fatally struck by a car driven by the state attorney general slammed the official as a “coward” as he revealed new details about the tragic night and the events that followed, according to a recent report.

Victor Nemec told the Daily Mail his cousin, Joe Boever, called him at 7:49 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12 to tell him he “had accidentally driven his pickup in a ditch and slammed it into a big round bale of hay.”

“[H]e needed me to come get him and give him a ride home,” Nemec, 58, told the outlet. It was the last time he spoke to his cousin.

Victor’s brother, Nick Nemec, previously told Fox News that Victor and Boever had planned to meet and retrieve the truck in the morning, which Victor confirmed to the Mail.


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District court roundup: Cheyenne man sentenced for car theft | Local News

CHEYENNE – A Cheyenne man was sentenced Thursday morning to 12 to 18 months of incarceration for a 2016 car theft.

Lorenzo Simental, 25, was sentenced by Laramie County District Judge Peter Froelicher for stealing a car parked in a lot. The car was recovered with no damages.

He will serve his sentence concurrently with a homicide charge he faces in Colorado, where he allegedly stabbed a victim in 2016 during a fight that was meant to be between two girls after arguing on Facebook, according to the Denver Post.

Attorney Carol Serelson explained that Simental has been in the system since he was a juvenile, and he deals with a number of mental health issues.

“It’s important to know that Mr. Simental deals with, and has been dealing with several factors, that have given him a very hard life,” Serelson said.

Facing a 36-year prison sentence in Colorado, Froelicher

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Rick Case, car dealer and man behind NSU arena, dies at 77


Rick Case, the founder and CEO of The Rick Case Automotive Group, died at age 77. Rick (right) and his wife Rita (left) have raised millions for charity. 

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Rick Case, the Broward car dealer entrepreneur and major philanthropist, has died at 77 years old, according to the Miami Herald’s news partner CBS 4.

Case died Monday after battling cancer, a Rick Case Automotive Group spokesperson told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. He passed in his home.

Case was the founder and CEO of The Rick Case Automotive Group, which is based in Sunrise and spanned 16 dealerships in Florida, Georgia and Ohio, according to the group’s website.

Case opened his first car dealership in 1962 in Akron, Ohio. In 1985, he and his wife Rita moved to Fort Lauderdale, where they opened the first Hyundai and Acura dealership in the United States, according to the company’s website.

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Adam Haddad, 43-year-old Shrewsbury man who owned auto body shops in Worcester and Everett, pleads guilty to tax fraud

A 43-year-old man from Shrewsbury, who owned auto body shops in Everett and Worcester, pleaded guilty Monday to a payroll tax scheme resulting in losses to the IRS of more than $290,000, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Adam Haddad pleaded guilty to three counts of aiding the preparation of false tax returns in U.S. District Court in Boston on Monday. Sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 13, 2021.

Haddad was charged in August for filing false returns with the IRS after he paid his employees “under the table,” authorities said.

From March 2015 through June 2017, authorities said Haddad paid significant portions of wages to his employees at Accurate Collision, Inc. without reporting it. The underreported wages caused a loss to the IRS of at least $292,231, authorities said.

Last April, Haddad was indicted on 18 counts of motor vehicle insurance fraud, 15 counts of larceny by false pretenses over

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Flint man accused of selling fake automobile insurance certificates

FLINT, MI – A Flint man is accused of selling bogus automobile insurance certificates.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and the Michigan Department of Financial Services (DIFS) on Thursday, Sept. 10, announced 24-year-old Dillen D. Leonard has been charged with four counts of selling counterfeit insurance certificates and one count of using a computer to commit a crime. The former is a five-year felony, while the latter is punishable by up to seven years in prison.

Leonard was arraigned Wednesday, Sept. 9, in Genesee County’s 67th District Court.

Leonard sold or offered customers fraudulent certificates of insurance that appeared to be legitimate and knew that his clients were presenting the documents to the Secretary of State as insurance in order to apply for or renew their vehicle registrations, Nessel is alleging. In July 2016, Leonard reportedly sold at least 29 of the fraudulent certificates, she added.

“The professionals at the

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