Police Reports: West Chicago For July 31 | Mysuburbanlife.com

Homeowners say Colorado title company kept sale proceeds – The Denver Post

July 12 in the 200 block of North Neltnor Boulevard. The windows of a Honda Civic and Honda Accord were reported shattered at 10:30 a.m. July 12 in the 100 block of West Brown Street. Identity theft A woman’s social security number was reported to have been unlawfully used by a person known to her at 2 p.m.
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One family said in its claim that they had received a pair of checks that bounced when they attempted to cash them. The other family, Douglas and Marty Marion, said they asked ATS to hold the proceeds from the 2013 sale of their Loveland house in escrow until their divorce was completed and the funds could be distributed equitably. The couple hadn’t yet asked for the money when they learned ATS CEO Robert Talley committed suicide in early February as auditors were uncovering account shortages that topped $2 million. “We never saw any of the money and then we couldn’t reach anyone,” Marty Marion, now living in Berthoud, told The Denver Post. “If we had not waited, we probably wouldn’t be here now.” ATS filed for bankruptcy liquidation shortly after Talley’s suicide and creditors from employees due back wages to the title insurance underwriter who covered some of the shortages are filing claims to get in line in case there’s any money left to pay them. The U.S. Department of Labor filed its own lawsuit against ATS on behalf of employees who said they paid into a company-run retirement trust but were never given information about their accounts.
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Veterans get lift from Patriot Riders – Sentinel & Enterprise

Jon Zlotnik, D-Gardner, and Steve DiNatale, D-Fitchburg, Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke, Ivan Bellieavue, president and CEO of the U.S. Veterans Chamber of Commerce. There were also activity booths, such as nail care and craft necklaces.
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A Day in the Life of the Hottest Man at Comic-Con | E! Online

Dylan Bruce, Comic-Con

Online (An excuse for a gratuitous butt shot. You’re welcome.) E! Online As night descended on Comic-Con, it was time for the parties. Or at least the press line before the Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con party (sidebar: EW throws one of the hardest Comic-Con parties to get into). And then, when all the interviews were given and the selfies with fans were taken and panels were complete, it was time to head back to Nerd HQ and finally party. And pose for one last picture, of course, with creater Graeme Manson and Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner of Game of Thrones.
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