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State Auditor Denies Indictment Charges, Taking Leave Of Absence In May | Kelley Allegedly Stole Millions From Home Borrowers – Bellevue Reporter

Altercare of Navarre’s stylist enjoys her role in improving residents’ lives – News – The Repository – Canton, OH

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PCD entered into an agreement with Fidelity National Title of Washington in 2003, agreeing to provide reconveyance tracking services, take from Fidelity the full amount of money expected to cover trustee and county recording fees and return the unused portion to borrowers. Within three years, the indictment states Kelley rarely cut refund checks to borrowers, typically when an escrow company or borrower complained. Fidelity stopped using PCD’s services in March 2008. The indictment states Kelley kept most of the reconveyance processing fees in a bank account used for conducting business with Fidelity, later transferring $443,000 to a personal account. PCD began providing reconveyance tracking services for Old Republic Title in 2006, the indictment alleging Kelley took similar illegal actions to avoid refunding fees to borrowers and hiding the scam from the title company, ordering an employee to doctor spreadsheets. From 2006 to 2008, the indictment alleges Kelley transferred $95,000 to his personal bank account from one used for business with Old Republic. Kelley is further charged with underreporting his income between 2006 and 2008 by more than $3 million, avoiding about $1 million in income taxes owed to the IRS. Class action lawsuits were filed against Fidelity and Old Republic in 2008 related to borrowers not having their reconveyance fees refunded.
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A grand jury has indicted Washington Auditor Troy Kelley on multiple charges stemming from allegations he stole money, lied to the IRS to avoid taxes and attempted to cover up his criminal actions during a civil lawsuit. - Courtesy Photo

We usually dont go anywhere without our hair done, explained JoAnn Truett, an 80-year-old assisted living resident, as she pointed over to her mother, Virginia Bates, a 99-year-old nursing home resident, who sat under a dryer on the opposite end of the salon. The women on that morning discussed everything from teeth braces to Easter decor that still adorned the salon. The things people will tell their hairdresser, Johnson said. You have to be a people person in this job … lots of times its things about their families … how they are looking forward to a visit. – - – Unlike outside salons, theres no tipping at Altercare. Womens haircuts are $12, shampoos and sets $24 and permanents $35.
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