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Man Accused of Selling Conn. House Without Actual Homeowner's Knowledge Pleads Not Guilty

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Police say a Willington man took advantage of his name being similar to the actual owner of a home in Newtown and sold it to a buyer. Edwin Robert Lewis, of Willington, is charged with money laundering in the second degree, identity theft in the first degree, larceny and forgery. Lewis was released after posting a $150,000 bond and he is due in court on Aug. 11.
4 months ago·Newtown, United States

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Man Accused of Selling Conn. House Without Actual Homeowner's Knowledge Pleads Not Guilty

A Willington man who is accused of selling another man’s property in Newtown without the actual owner’s knowledge or permission appeared in court Thursday and pleaded not guilty. Newtown police started investigating on Aug. 24, 2021, when the actual owner, a man in East Dennis, Massachusetts, who owned lakefront property in Sandy Hook, called police to report potential identity theft….

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