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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

10/13/10 GREENWICH BRIEFING: Woman charged in theft of credit cards

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Greenwich News - October 13, 2010
Woman charged in theft of credit cards (North Jersey Media Group)
RIVERDALE a ' A Sussex County woman who allegedly tried to make numerous purchases at a Target store was arraigned on credit card fraud charges in Municipal Court on Tuesday, police said.....
... Tyner, 42, of Vernon, allegedly stole credit cards from a woman's purse while attending a christening party in Greenwich, Conn., police said. Tyner had attended the party with her husband on Sept. 26 when she allegedly stole the cards from a bag ...
Barney Frank, immersed in one of the toughest political fights of his career, took a free private jet to the Virgin Islands courtesy of a Maine congresswoman's billionaire ...whose company received a $200 million federal bailout, the Herald has learned....
... Donald Sussman, the fianc...of U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-Maine). Paloma Securities - a subsidiary of Sussman's Greenwich, Conn.-based hedge fund - received $200 million in 2009 as part of the $180 billion federal bailout of troubled insurance ...
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley pledges to cut the state's budget by $2 billion -- about 10 percent of spending -- if elected this fall....
... The Connecticut Democratic Party also issued news releases Monday critical of Foley's health care plan. Foley, a Greenwich businessman and former U.S. ambassador to Ireland under President George W. Bush , called the claims "outrageous." "He's ...
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