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Former Auto Dealer Faces Fraud Charges

August 8, 2006

Burlington, Vt.—Rodney Mayo, 55, was recently accused of selling automobiles without titles and failing to pay state taxes. The charges come 16 years after Mayo was convicted of defrauding lenders of $200,000 in loans for his family’s former auto dealership, Mayo Subaru.

Mayo was sentenced to serve four years in federal prison.

At a recent Chittenden District Court hearing, he pled innocent to two charges of felony false pretense, two misdemeanor charges of failure to deliver vehicle title and one count of forging a false statement.

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