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Niyha EutseyNiyha Eutsey of Miami, Florida was arrested last Monday for allegedly attempting to use fraudulent credit cards to buy expensive electronics goods at a Target store in Coral Springs. Eutsey, 28, is facing grand theft and credit card fraud charges. She was held in lieu of a $15,000 bond, which she posted on Tuesday and was released later that day. The press did not mention an attorney for Eutsey.

According to the police report, Eutsey purportedly used a fraudulent credit card to try and buy an iPad, a 55-inch TV, gaming consoles and a game at a Target store in Coral Springs on August 8. News sources did not disclose the total value of the items.

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Joseph Anton Hilton and Adam FormanJoseph Anton Hilton and Adam Forman of Parkland, Florida were arrested last week for allegedly defrauding over 300 clients. The two men allegedly offered debt consolidation and residential loan modifications through a bogus law practice in Coral Springs.

Forman and Hilton are facing charges for practicing law without a license with additional charges pending. Jail records show Hilton, 56, is being held in lieu of a $250,000 bond and Forman, 46, is being held on $75,000 bond. News sources did not name attorneys for either defendant.

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Ronkedrick AlphonseRonkedrick Alphonse of Hollywood, Florida was arrested on August 4 for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in her home. Alphonse, 28, is charged with sexual assault with a weapon and is being held without bond. The press did not specify an attorney for Alphonse.

According to the arrest report, Alphonse first encountered the alleged victim a week before the assault took place. He reportedly threatened her at gunpoint outside her Hollywood home, but the woman managed to get away from him by locking herself inside.

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Conan AcevedoConan Acevedo of Tamarac, Florida was arrested in the early hours of August 7 after allegedly crashing into and killing 18-year-old Nicolas Garcia while under the influence of alcohol. Acevedo, 40, faces charges that include failure to obey a traffic signal, DUI when accompanied by a minor, and DUI causing death.

Acevedo’s first-appearance court session took place on 8 August where he was ordered to be held in lieu of a $52,500 bond. He posted bail later that day and is allowed to drive a vehicle as long as he is sober.

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Irene GarrettIrene Garrett of Broward County, Florida was arrested last Wednesday for allegedly attempting to defraud senior citizens by posing as a bank employee and warning them about unusual activity on their bank accounts. Garrett, 35, purportedly collected compromised credit cards from the elderly and used them to steal money from accounts, racking up thousands of dollars in shopping bills.

Garrett is facing 20 charges related to fraud, theft, illegal use of credit cards, and the exploitation of the elderly. Her bond was to be set at $60,100 during her first-appearance court session last Thursday, but she is instead being held without bond because she violated probation on a criminal traffic case. The press did not name an attorney for Garrett.

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