Skip to comments.Ex-Police Commissionerís son surrenders in house-stealing scheme
Posted on 01/17/2013 1:39:23 PM PST by Kid Shelleen
The son of former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Sylvester M. Johnson surrendered to authorities today a week after being charged in a house-stealing scheme.
Steven Johnson, 49, a former SEPTA police lieutenant, was arrested at the District Attorney's office this morning and charged with criminal conspiracy, theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception, forgery, tampering with records and related counts.
A three-year investigation uncovered 22 cases of forged deeds recorded with the city that were used to transfer uninhabited properties. The properties often were sold to innocent purchasers without the knowledge of the lawful owners, said a spokeswoman for the District Attorney's
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Interesting! Yet another example of low intelligence resulting in a lack of foresight coupled with poor impulse control!
>> I still don’t know how people can expect to [get] away with stuff like this.
Dude, he’s the son of an affirmative-action police commissioner. Eric Holder is the affirmative-action attorney general; Barack Obama is the affirmative-action president.
The surprise is, he got caught on the hook and reeled up to daylight. He must’ve made someone mad in some local, state or federal affirmative action administration.
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Remember, Phila-delphia is greek or latin or something for “the city that luvs it some brothas”. :-)