Friday, April 24, 2015

Suspect Found Guilty After PGPD Breaks Up Real Estate Scam

After the Prince George's County Police Department investigated a wide spread real estate scam and charged a suspect in the case, Quiana Johnson was found guilty.
On April 23, 2015, the Prince George’s County States Attorney’s Office announced 34-year-old Johnson, of Upper Marlboro, was found guilty of theft over $100,000 and conspiracy to commit theft over $100,000 for her involvement in the sale and acquisition of stolen homes in Prince George's County.
Our RID Commander Lt. Bud Duelley, who worked this case for a year and half, was featured on ABC's 20/20 in October of 2014.
ABC’s 20/20 Link:

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