Curtain Falls on Bad Actor

TheTimesandDemocrat in South Carolina reports the law has finally caught up with Ifrom Colter for allegedly bilking numerous people out of thousands of dollars for manufactured homes that were never delivered. Arrested in Orangeburg County on five counts of breach of trust, authorities know of $65,000 he has alleged to have received fraudulently. In Calhoun County, where he is also wanted for failure to appear in court, Sheriff Thomas Summers says, “I’m pleased with his arrest because it looks like he’s been taking a lot of people’s money.” Three years ago a Newberry woman paid a man named Tony Brown $5,000 for a manufactured home that was never delivered. She hired a private detective who discovered Colter, of Neeses, SC was using a fake name. After confronting him, he quit returning her calls. In other scenarios he allegedly took deposit money for manufactured homes that were never delivered and quit returning calls. A fraudulent check charge is pending against him in Richland County. The investigation is continuing.

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