Bridgeport lawyer pleads guilty in mortgage scam
A local lawyer is the latest figure caught up in a series of scams and scandals involving the former owners of the now-defunct Newtown oil company that swindled customers out of at least $250,000 in heating oil contracts eight years ago.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Connecticut Post.
Since: Jul 12
#1 Nov 9, 2012
I am sure that this crook will meet many of his former clients in jail who will give them free advice.
#2 Nov 9, 2012
They got a couple of the little fish here, how cute, makes them look like they are doing their job.
Add your comments below
|Bees, please||9 hr||Glen||1|
|New Model Homes at The Concession and The Estua...||22 hr||theheartlady||1|
|Add beauty to your house with mirrors||Thu||marieburn||4|
|The Wall Street Journal: America's newest commu... (Aug '16)||Feb 23||Seth P||20|
|Start planning for spring at Seedy Saturday eve...||Feb 23||also in Milton||1|
|Museum Talk: Hotels and meals along the road - ... (Jan '11)||Feb 23||randy||4|
|They paid premiums, so why must they fight for ...||Feb 22||Tea Bag Residue C...||2|
Find what you want!
Search Home Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC