Florida man buys a Porsche 911 Turbo with a homemade check

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Porsche Edition: Florida Man Strikes Again!


Florida, land of alligators Crazy criminal conspiracies. The final scheme involved Casey William Kelley issuing a counterfeit banknote Fraudulent purchase $140,000 Porsche 911 Turbo from the agency. The 42-year-old man He was accused With the grand theft of a vehicle and the issuance of a counterfeit bill, the Walton County Sheriff’s Office says.

According to authorities, Kelly used his home computer and printer to copy and print a disguised-looking cashier’s check. While he is currently in prison and will likely remain behind bars for some time, Kelly could have a future in graphic design once he gets out, if he looks to live an honest life.

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The agent, located in Destin, Florida, had no idea that the bank check presented by Kelly was not from a bank. With the car keys and title in hand, Kelly happily drove off, likely thinking he would get away with the alleged scam.

Of course, once the agency learned the bank check was no good, it contacted the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. Police were searching for the suspect, who appeared not long after.

With the confidence generated by passing a bad cashier’s check at the car dealership, authorities say Kelly went to a jeweler in Miramar Beach where he offered another one for $61,521 for three Rolex watches. They may have been burned in the past, the jeweler kept the watches until the check cleared, which did not happen. Police were then able to track down Kelly and recover the Porsche 911 Turbo as well as take him into custody.

Unfortunately, we’ve seen quite a few Alleged fraud cases This year as well More traditional car theft. Anyone selling a vehicle, whether a private party or a dealer, must take steps to protect themselves from the various potential schemes used by would-be criminals.

source: Fox Business

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