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Jul

High Bail for Fraud Prompts Murder-for-Higher

Prosecuting can be hazardous to one’s health.

So found out Ventura County Senior Deputy District Attorney Marc Leventhal when he argued successfully to raise the bail of white-collar criminal Anthony Navarro Spencer to $1 million after Spencer’s arrest for a real-estate scam. Spencer was convicted of defrauding people out of $2 million through his Santa Paula-based business and was sentenced sentenced to state prison for 14 years and eight months in 2005.

Spencer’s wife Sandra was arrested and is now headed for trial after several gang members testified that she hired them to rob Ventura-area banks to raise money for her husband’s bail and to murder Leventhal.

For more on this made-for-television story, read the Full Article in the Ventura County Star by Raul Hernandez.

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