Friday, September 23, 2011

Allegations Of Illegal Bankster Break-Ins Continue As Couple Levels 'Cat Burglar' Charges Among Other Accusations Against Trash-Out Contractor In Suit

In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review reports:

  • Contractors working for an Ohio property management company broke into a couple's West End home at least three times, stole their cat and other items and damaged the property, the couple claims in a federal lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Pittsburgh.

  • The complaint by Ken and Margaret Karpa of Windgap is the second lawsuit filed by Monroeville attorney Jeffrey Suher that claims a mortgage holder hired Safeguard Properties of Brooklyn Heights, Ohio, to secure a property that was in foreclosure proceedings.

  • The Karpas claim the PNC Financial Services Group hired Safeguard and that Safeguard hired unnamed local contractors who broke the lock on the Karpas' back door and took a coin collection and their cat. The contractors also damaged their china and stepped on pictures of their daughter, the lawsuit says.

  • Pamela Vukman, 47, of Shaler filed a federal lawsuit in August that says a Safeguard Properties contractor attempted to break into her home until a neighbor intervened. Megan Greenwalt, a spokeswoman for Safeguard Properties, and Fred Solomon, a spokesman for PNC, declined comment.

Source: Contractors broke into Windgap home, couple says in suit.

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