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Sep

Glendale, Calif. Police Department Gets Grant to Fight Real Estate Fraud

Detectives in the suburb of Glendale, California have received a $150,000 grant to help them fight real estate fraud. Real estate fraud crimes generally take a long time to investigate because they involve tracing a lot of paperwork, but officials are grateful for the money, which came from the Los Angeles County Real Estate Fraud Prosecution program. 

Lt. Susan Hayn said the monies will be used to pay for more training for investigators as well as overtime pay. Glendale now has two investigators dedicated to investigate real estate fraud and other real estate crimes.

Los Angeles county Deputy Dist. Atty. Dan Baker of the Real Estate Fraud Section said his own section, consisting of seven prosecutors, is dealing with a caseload of 50 that involves 134 defendants.

Read the full article in the Glendale News-Press by Los Angeles Times writer Veronica Rocha.

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