Man Facing More Accusations After Spring Break Scam Investigation

A 27 NEWSFIRST Investigation on an alleged spring break scam artist uncovered even more accusations against Tommy Case. His reported victims say Case hasn't just taken vacations from them, but also cars.

In a criminal complaint filed yesterday, Case is accused of stealing more than $6, 500 from his former employer, Final Four Auto Sales.

The complaint says Case sold a car, but had the buyer write the check to him and not the dealership. Furthermore, the dealership couldn't pay off the company they bought the car from, so the title to the car was never handed over. making the car illegal to drive.

Case is now charged with felony theft. He is scheduled to be arraigned next week.

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  • by Anonymousone Location: USA on Apr 22, 2008 at 06:31 AM
    Response To: Anonymous (posted 3/3/08). Why don't you contact the Ky State Attorney General's Office and ask them to work with Tommy's stepfather to ensure justice in this matter? His Ky State Police Training could assist. Remember the interstate commerce clause of the US Constitution allows Ohio (out-of-state)citizens to seek remedies with US Attorney Generals stationed in Colombus to make this a federal Ricco charge which allows you triple cash recovery. Good luck, you are not the first victim. Make this an elective course, do your homework and receive 'HONORS" from your other classmate victims. Please advise your course of action. Remember its better to work downstream than go against the upstream (police) forces.
  • by Anonymous on Mar 2, 2008 at 10:47 PM
    Tommy Case scammed SEVERAL students at Ohio University for spring break last year. He said refunds would be going out, but its almost been a year later and we've recieved nothing. The Lexington police aren't helpful at all, they aren't promptly returning calls...or anything for that matter. It seems as though they are just letting off the hook just like that. Are they involved too? This is absolutely rediculous. Tommy Case deserves to be locked up for awhile. He is a true criminal.
  • by JT Location: Lexington on Apr 20, 2007 at 05:03 AM
    The felony theft case against Case was thrown out.


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