Nearly a month ago I wrote about a thief who recorded a fraudulent deed to an unoccupied house, then removed the owner’s belongings and moved in. The thief was arrested and charged with grand larceny, but the owner was still fighting to recover possession of the house.
The story seems to have come to a just ending. According to the latest newspaper story, the thief actually posted bail after his arrest, went right back to the house, and filed an emergency request for a stay of eviction.
A Queens Housing Court Judge has apparently put an end to the scam, however. The judge has entered an eviction order, to be enforced by the sheriff if the thief and his entourage aren’t out in ten days.
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