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(Miami Herald)   Protip: When the defendant has dual citizenship, remember to let the consulate know. Also, when his mother ponies up a house for bond, make sure she owns it   (miamiherald.com) divider line 42
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2011-09-14 05:12:49 PM
Sounds like they truly farked themselves. Kid skipped to Brazil, they sold a 200k house for 100K split between a rock (court) and a hard place (bail bondsman), while leaving the bank with the bag for a 250K home equity loan.

I don't blame them for all wanting to skip out to Brazil, but good luck with that.
 
2011-09-14 06:40:18 PM

Comic Book Guy: Sounds like they truly farked themselves. Kid skipped to Brazil, they sold a 200k house for 100K split between a rock (court) and a hard place (bail bondsman), while leaving the bank with the bag for a 250K home equity loan.

I don't blame them for all wanting to skip out to Brazil, but good luck with that.


I don't think the house has been sold yet, and even if it was wouldn't the bank that owned the loan get money first? Even if she did own the house why would they take it as collateral if there was a loan out on the house worth more than the house.
 
2011-09-14 06:40:37 PM
Looks like stepmom had a thing for the young meth dealer
 
2011-09-14 06:43:40 PM
This whole thing goes away when Officer Britto figures out how to funnel the needed cash to his mother. A few days worth of profit - no biggie.
 
2011-09-14 06:43:58 PM
If the house has a $250K loan against it, that has to be paid before anyone else is paid.

If it also has a first mortgage, then that has to be paid too. You must pay $250 large to buy a house which might fetch $200, tops.

Good luck with that.
 
2011-09-14 06:44:15 PM
LOTS of crooked cops in Brazil. He'll have no hard time at all fitting in back in the old country.
 
2011-09-14 06:45:04 PM
It's just meth. Not like it was a dangerous crime like smoking in a restaurant or not having two license plates.
 
2011-09-14 06:48:25 PM
Selling a house valued at 200k to pay a 250k loan, and two 50k bonds isn't normal... but on Meth it is.
 
2011-09-14 06:48:42 PM
I was told there would be no meth.
 
2011-09-14 06:53:40 PM

doglover: It's just meth. Not like it was a dangerous crime like smoking in a restaurant or not having two license plates.


Or having a license plate bracket. I got pulled over for having one that covered 1/10th of the word Texas ;)
 
2011-09-14 06:54:23 PM

Kumana Wanalaia: I was told there would be no meth.


hahahahahaha ;)
 
2011-09-14 06:58:18 PM
I bet he beguiled them with his cop math.
 
2011-09-14 07:00:53 PM

Kumana Wanalaia: I was told there would be no meth.


+1
 
2011-09-14 07:03:26 PM
DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY!!

/Got nuthin.
 
2011-09-14 07:05:29 PM
Also, when his mother ponies up a house for bond, make sure she owns it

fark it. Pony thread.

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Sorry important sounding dual-citizen news...whatever. You're competing with nude pics of Scarlett Johan, a gun banning thread, and a faux hollywood lesbian thread over in entertainment. You were doomed anyway.
 
2011-09-14 07:06:51 PM

dmars: I don't think the house has been sold yet, and even if it was wouldn't the bank that owned the loan get money first?


Banks may be the top of the financial world but everybody--AND I MEAN EVERYBODY--pays Big Mike's Bail Bonds first.

/Catch the Tru TV series this fall.
 
2011-09-14 07:07:30 PM

Sticky Hands: I bet he beguiled them with his cop maeth.


Fixed that for you
 
2011-09-14 07:11:37 PM
Way to bring your mother down with you, asshat.
 
2011-09-14 07:20:29 PM

PainInTheASP: Banks may be the top of the financial world but everybody--AND I MEAN EVERYBODY--pays Big Mike's Bail Bonds first.


I know this is snark, but in case you are serious - legally a mortgage holder is ALWAYS the first one to be paid from any house sale proceeds.
 
2011-09-14 07:26:31 PM

Kumana Wanalaia: I was told there would be no meth.


Cheers mate!
 
2011-09-14 07:26:35 PM

PainInTheASP: dmars: I don't think the house has been sold yet, and even if it was wouldn't the bank that owned the loan get money first?

Banks may be the top of the financial world but everybody--AND I MEAN EVERYBODY--pays Big Mike's Bail Bonds first.

/Catch the Tru TV series this fall.


What's funny is I dealt a lot with Big Mike's Bail Bonds when I worked in Florida. I was a manager of a sales firm where at least 10-15 "salesmen" monthly would get busted for DUI and other stupid charges, and I would inevitably be the one who had to call over there and arrange bail. We had to have paid them at least 25-30k a year. It got to the point that I would call and they knew me by voice, and would just go ahead and post their bond, as long as we dropped off the cash before the end of the day.
 
2011-09-14 07:31:45 PM

TheTaiPan: I was a manager of a sales firm where at least 10-15 "salesmen" monthly would get busted for DUI and other stupid charges,


So....you were a pimp? Gator? Izzatchu?
 
2011-09-14 07:38:23 PM
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I hope they let him fight Cung Le in San Jose, CA on November 19th, before they arrest him.

/doh!
 
2011-09-14 07:38:25 PM

NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: TheTaiPan: I was a manager of a sales firm where at least 10-15 "salesmen" monthly would get busted for DUI and other stupid charges,

So....you were a pimp? Gator? Izzatchu?


Nope. Just a guy with a college degree who needed a job, and a boiler room that wanted a manager who had gone to college so they could try and go legitimate. Didn't work out for them, the firm shut down and the owner just plead guilty to wire fraud and swindling thirty million dollars out of fifteen hundred clients
 
2011-09-14 07:41:04 PM

PainInTheASP: dmars: I don't think the house has been sold yet, and even if it was wouldn't the bank that owned the loan get money first?

Banks may be the top of the financial world but everybody--AND I MEAN EVERYBODY--pays Big Mike's Bail Bonds first.

/Catch the Tru TV series this fall.


You can't short sell a house without the bank's approval, and the bank gets that money, with the difference made up by the owner, usually.
 
2011-09-14 07:46:48 PM

JWideman: with the difference made up by the owner, usually.


Maaaaybe. In some rare cases you hear of owners keeping the balance as a sig loan and making good on it. More often than not, though, the difference is written off as a loss to the bank....which the owner then has to pay taxes on as "income".
 
2011-09-14 07:50:33 PM
Sounds like she knew from the moment she signed the bond that she wasn't going to have to worry about it, since they caught her boarding a flight to Brazil.

Is there no extradition from there? I've heard that it's difficult to do it, but I didn't think it was impossible.
 
2011-09-14 07:51:55 PM

Eirik: Is there no extradition from there?


Isn't extradition usually trickier when someone is a citizen of the country from which you seek to extradite?

/Dog the Bounty Hunter notwithstanding.
 
2011-09-14 07:54:31 PM
Consulates never answer their phones. Go ahead and try calling one from any consulate in the Americas south of us.
 
2011-09-14 08:11:53 PM
Sounds like mom was upside down anyways so walking away from the bad debt in order to free her son was no big deal.
 
2011-09-14 08:39:53 PM

robodog: Sounds like mom was upside down anyways so walking away from the bad debt in order to free her son was no big deal.


Except she's gonna walk away into the sweet arms of the local jailer. Maybe they can charge her with enough random crimes to up the penalty to a few decades, and then use that to convince kiddo to return to Florida.
 
2011-09-14 09:17:40 PM
trouble like this while wearing a badge? wonder who he pissed off.
 
2011-09-14 09:32:51 PM
No one is going to buy a house in Boynton for $250k. It probably has a market value of $100 - $120 max, regardless of what it's assessed at.

/with apologies for ending a sentence with a preposition
 
2011-09-14 09:38:51 PM

Rodeodoc: /with apologies for ending a sentence with a preposition


regardless of the current assessed value.

you're welcome.
 
2011-09-14 09:58:04 PM
I have dual citizenship in the United States and Florida.
 
2011-09-14 10:40:11 PM

Rodeodoc: No one is going to buy a house in Boynton for $250k. It probably has a market value of $100 - $120 max, regardless of what it's assessed at.

/with apologies for ending a sentence with a preposition


You have nothing to apologize for.
 
2011-09-14 10:50:48 PM
to bad he wasn't a mexican. they would have let him walk had he been.
 
2011-09-14 11:23:05 PM
isnt this easy to fix?
put the mother and whoever released him on bail in prison.
hold them until he returns.

tada
problem solved

it is called aiding and abetting.
clearly the jail was in on this letting him go before he actually put up bail.

/god I love floriduh.
 
2011-09-14 11:48:49 PM
But he's a cop. Al we have to do is ask him if he's guilty and he'll tell the truth. That's the way it works when he talks about us normals.
 
2011-09-15 12:05:06 AM
huehuahuehua
 
2011-09-15 04:36:37 AM

PiperArrow: Rodeodoc: No one is going to buy a house in Boynton for $250k. It probably has a market value of $100 - $120 max, regardless of what it's assessed at.

/with apologies for ending a sentence with a preposition

You have nothing to apologize for.


I don't know where he got that from.
 
2011-09-15 06:27:24 AM

olddinosaur: If the house has a $250K loan against it, that has to be paid before anyone else is paid.

If it also has a first mortgage, then that has to be paid too. You must pay $250 large to buy a house which might fetch $200, tops.

Good luck with that.


The government will get theirs first.
 
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