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Arrested Pa. Dealer Faces Additional Fraud Charges

January 15, 2015

WEST WHITELAND, Pa. — An auto dealer who was arrested in November for fraud offenses is facing additional charges after Pennsylvania State Police investigators uncovered several other alleged victims, Mainline Media News reports.

David C. Coughlin was initially charged with selling a woman’s 2012 Porsche 911 Turbo on consignment for $80,000 and keeping the money for himself. Police now believe Coughlin committed similar crimes involving six other vehicles through Car Connections USA, Inc., with the amount stolen totaling $122,875.

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