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Sunday, November 21, 2010

"Death by Foreclosure," Bodies Pile Up in Foreclosed Flroida Homes When Owners Have No Place To Go, Death Linked to Florida Default Law Group in Tampa.


A).  71  year old Gulfport Fl man puts .357 revolver in his mouth and pulls the trigger as Bank Rep drills out his front door lock so Sheriff's Deputy can enter and put him out on the street.  Boyd Rubright was found slumped in an armchair in a small room of his foreclosed home. Police said he placed the barrel of a .357-caliber revolver in his mouth and pulled the trigger.  The officers couldn't find a pulse; paramedics were called.

Pinellas sheriff's deputies evict people in landlord-tenant disputes and foreclosures about 300 times a month in Pinellas County Fl.  Paramedics arrived at Boyd Rubright's 5840 Gulfport Blvd. S just minutes after the gunshot. When they checked Rubright, they were able to find a pulse. They rushed him to Bayfront Medical Center, where he has been in critical condition since Monday. Police believe the bullet may have missed his skull and instead went through his throat.

B).  57 year old Cape Canaveral Fl Woman's body found in her Chevy Nova parked in closed garage at her foreclosed townhouse, Florida Default Law Group in Tampa handled the foreclosure case, (nice job boys and girls), see Woman Found Dead In Foreclosed Home, Foreclosure Docs of Pro-Vest and Florida Default Law Group Questioned After Body's Discovery in Brevard County FL.

Investigators hope an autopsy will determine the cause of death for the person whose skeletal remains were discovered Thursday in a car inside a Cape Canaveral garage at 232 Cherie Down Lane. The body was found on the passenger side of a Chevy Nova, the remains were found clad in a dress. Neighbors told deputies that 57-year-old Kathryn Norris, who had lived at the address, had not been seen for some time.

Foreclosure documents in the case show a number of irregularities. For example, a company called ProVest submitted an affidavit of diligent search and inquiry which stated that it found no records of a drivers license or a vehicle in Norris' name. However, the Brevard County Sheriff's Office confirmed that the vehicle in Norris' garage was registered to her.

ProVest was working for the Florida Default Law Group which is under investigation by the Florida Attorney General's Office, which was working for Wells Fargo Bank in the foreclosure case. Other documents show ProVest charged more than $854 for research, including billing for trying to reach two tenants, even though Norris lived alone. The Florida Attorney General's office is investigating complaints against Florida Default Law Group for presenting false and misleading documents. ProVest is also under investigation for questionable billing practices in foreclosure cases.

C).  On May 6, a Maitland woman jumped from the top floor of the Orange County Fl Courthouse parking lot, falling 76 feet to her death. Why Siu Fong Ng, 50, killed herself and why she chose such a public place are not clear. She left no note. However, she and her husband were being sued for foreclosure by their mortgage company. The paperwork was on file at the courthouse, a few dozen feet from where she fell.

Ng and husband Steven Johansen Jr., 60, were also being sued for foreclosure on two other pieces of property. Johansen was a mortgage broker and real-estate investor who bought and sold houses. He had gotten stuck owning houses worth less than what he owed on them.

D).  MYFOX NATIONAL) - A Florida woman tragically committed suicide on the day she was getting evicted from her home.  Heather Newnam, 28, of Tamarac, Fla., shot herself when a real estate agent, a locksmith and movers showed up at her home on Monday after she failed to pay her rent. She told them she had to secure the dogs first, and then a shot was fired, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The SWAT team arrived on the scene and found her dead from a gunshot wound to the head.
Newnam documented her life on Twitter as user rsangel04.

Her last post on June 24 read, "Rich get richer, poor get poorer, families on the street, govt doesn't care. God bless the usa, but can He save it?"  The day before, Newnam seemed in better spirits. "Five minutes til Rescue Me, Woo Hoo! then bed, Im beat."  According to the New Times, Newnam worked in sales at the Success Research Group in Oakland Park, Fla.

Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM.