The Zany, Possibly Homicidal Antics of David Replogle and the Gang
Alleged Replogle conspirator Kaushal Niroula
Cliff Lambert, 74, was reported missing Dec. 7 after a friend failed to reach him. On Dec. 11 his Palm Springs home was fraudulently sold for less than $300,000, according to police accounts and real estate records. Lambert's house was also looted of artwork and other valuables, police said. A court has subsequently halted the home's sale, police said.
Madcap details in the case suggested that a group of long-time artless, yet lucky con men may have finally met their due in Palm Springs. After one of the suspects forged documents to facilitate the sale of Lambert's house, he realized that a thumb-print taken by a San Francisco notary public might be used by police. So he returned to the notary's office and unsuccessfully attempted to steal the notary's copy, police said...
Read the rest of the post at "The Snitch" for further details of this bizarre and disturbing story. The post is just one in a series of pieces tracking this crew's alleged shenanigans.