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May

Watsonville Real Estate Agent Pleads No Contest

Grimaldo L. Sanchez, 29, of Watsonville was a real estate agent working for Quintero Realty. Facing almost 50 charges that accused him of stealing from Quintero’s clients, he pleaded no contest to 15 charges of forgery and embezzlement.

Assistant District Attorney William Atkinson said Sanchez was keeping money that his clients were giving him in order to pay their mortgages. He has already paid back one victim $48,000 and is on the hook for a civil judgment in a case pending against him and the president of Quintero Real Estate, Patricia Quintero, by Manuel Mora and Josefina Castrellon, who accuse Sanchez and Quintero of causing them to lose their home to foreclosure.

Read the original article in the Silicon Valley Mercury News.

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