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Woman Commits Real Estate Fraud Against Her Parents

Greed and stupidity are going to land a Hickman-area man and his wife up to three years and eight months in state prison. 

A jury convicted Jason Huber, 38, and his wife, Angie, 37, guilty of forgery and procurement of a false document at a public office, according to Carol Shipley, assistant Stanislaus County district attorney.

Lester and Kathy Henslee learned of the forgery and title fraud when they tried to sell their property but were told by a real estate agent that title was not in their name. They confronted their daughter Angie Huber, who signed a quit claim to deed the property back. That might have been the end of the story, except that Jason Huber refused to sign the quit claim.

Read the Full Article in the Modesto Bee.

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