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Judge will decide whether Frank White or prosecutor controls anti-drug sales tax funds

The Jackson County Legislature is asking a judge to enforce its recent ordinance that transfers control of the anti-drug and anti-violence agency COMBAT from County Executive Frank White to the prosecuting attorney’s office.

White has ignored the legislature’s wishes since that body overrode his veto of the ordinance, prompting something of a crisis within some parts of county government.

Last week, the deputy chief of the finance department was put on paid leave after refusing to transfer funds out of COMBAT at White’s direction to partly cover the salaries of White aides whose positions the legislature eliminated.

In filing the suit, the legislature set aside for now a proposal from legislator Dan Tarwater to ask the Missouri attorney general to intervene and look at a range of other issues, including questions about White’s eligibility to run for office in 2016, as well as a secret deal to save his house from foreclosure.

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The Star reported last week that White swore “under penalties of perjury” that all his state and local taxes were current when he declared his candidacy in 2016 for county executive when in fact he was past due in paying his 2013 state income taxes. White said it was an oversight.

Last month the newspaper reported that a political supporter who does business with the county quietly helped White avoid losing his house to foreclosure in 2016, which Tarwater and others said raised at least the appearance of a conflict of interest.

Tarwater said he still has the five votes he would need to ask for Attorney General Josh Hawley’s assistance. But for now he said the court action would lead to a faster resolution on who controls COMBAT, which he said was more pressing than White’s personal issues.

Plus, he said Hawley would likely refer any investigation of White’s financial issues to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker, who he said “is still looking at things.”

Legislator Crystal Williams said in filing its own court action, the county will get clear guidance on who controls COMBAT and its $20 million budget. The agency distributes funds collected through a countywide sales tax to law enforcement and non-profit groups that treat and deter drug abuse and violent crime.

“The attorney general is going to want a judge’s opinion the way we want a judge’s opinion,” she said.

News of the lawsuit broke at the close of Monday’s legislative meeting, during which legislators voted to set aside $250,000 for county agencies to hire outside attorneys to deal with this and other issues if needed.

Referring to the COMBAT court filing, chairman Scott Burnett said he and the eight other members of the legislature have “a moral obligation” to see that taxpayer dollars are being spent as the legislature intended.

“It is unfortunate the legislature is having to take legal action to enforce an ordinance passed by this body since the county executive continues to ignore the current rule of law,” Burnett said in a written statement.

White was not at the meeting, White later issued a written statement that did not respond directly to the legislature’s lawsuit but welcomed a resolution.

“Despite numerous warnings,” White said “the Legislature has continued to ignore the significant legal issues surrounding the oversight of COMBAT, which has led to uncertainty and confusion among staff and the community. Therefore, it is important we have a resolution to this issue as quickly as possible, but it must be done appropriately.”

He did not explain what might have been inappropriate about the legislature filing suit.

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Frank White’s finances

The Jackson County executive and former Kansas City Royal has experienced financial problems.

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Wyclef Jean Ordered to Cough Up Nearly Half a Million Dollars Over Foreclosed Miami Home

Wyclef Jean has been ordered to cut a check for $484,00 related to a years-long battle after the rapper lost his Florida home to foreclosure.

Recently, a Florida judge signed off on a final judgment against Wyclef, his company and his cousin/producer Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis, ordering them to pay up a total of $484,554.90.

Back in 2008, Wyclef was sued for defaulting on his mortgage for a Miami home he bought but had yet to be finished. The judge ordered the home to be sold off at a foreclosure auction and hit Wyclef with a $2.4 million judgment.

The property was sold to a third party for $1.6 million but left a deficiency of $824,000 owed by the rapper.

Wyclef entered into an agreement with one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, The Cruz Family Irrevocable Trust, where he agreed to pay them a total of $350,000. The deal called for him to make monthly installments until the balance was paid off, which should have been in 2015.

But according to court docs, Wyclef allegedly gave The Cruz Family Irrevocable Trust the shaft and never made a single installment payment. The trust went back to court recently demanding the judge sign off on a final judgment against Wyclef over the $350k he owed, plus interest.

The judge sided with them and ordered Wyclef to pay the entire unpaid balance, plus interest, for a total of $484,554.90.

The Cruz Family Irrevocable Trust is now on the hunt for the rapper’s property and assets. They filed docs in New Jersey to begin the process of seizing his assets in order to collect the money owed.

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Foreclosure N semen heading "down under" :: Harnesslink

Oakwood Stud in County Offaly, Ireland has reported that semen from their top harness racing pacing stallion, Foreclosure N, will be made available in Australia and New Zealand shortly.

Kody Charles of KTC Bloodstock in Perth, Australia has been friends via Facebook with Derek and James Delaney of Oakwood Stud for years and they finally met face-to-face in 2015.

“When we first got Foreclosure N in Ireland,” Derek Delaney explained, “Kody contacted me to say he has his dam in Australia and he had a keen interest in him and had followed his success as a sire in the USA. He asked about shipping his frozen semen to use for some of his mares and we stuck a deal to also make it available for outside mares too.”

This will be the first time that KTC Bloodstock, which is run by Kody with his mom and dad and Brittany, have been involved with shipping semen overseas and they are very excited to see his foals on the ground next year in Australia and New Zealand.

“This is a new venture for KTC Bloodstock,” said Kody Charles. “We are very pleased to be selected as Agent for the frozen semen of Foreclosure in Australia and New Zealand.

“It has been a dream of ours for some time to get involved in a stallion, Kody explained. “and I can’t think of no better stallion to get involved in at our first attempt. He is already competing with the best in the states and already has the points on the board from his first small crop. I think he will a big plus for local breeders. He will be supported by our own mares and frozen semen will be available in Australia and New Zealand for a fee of $2,500 including GST.”

Foreclosure N, (Rocknroll Hanover – Pleasing Package A – Fake Left) was bred in USA and foaled in NZ, then shipped back to USA as yearling, raced in the USA and Canada, then bred one crop with 21 foals in the USA.

His oldest foals are now age 4 and have earned over $1 million through their three-year-old season. He finished 6th on the top 20 sires for average earnings for three-year-old pacers in 2017 and sired the Ohio Sire Stakes Championship winner, Drunk On Your Love p,3 1:51.1f. He was also recently honored as the top Ohio-bred 3-Year-Old Colt Pacer of the year in 2017 and earned $328,286 to date.

Foreclosure N’s richest daughter is Rosemary Rose p,3 1:51.4h $255,692, and holds the track record for 3-year-old fillies at Northfield Park with her record mile of 1:51.4 and won multiple legs of the OHSS and won the Grand Circuit event, the Courageous Lady.

World renowned driver Tim Tetrick had this to say about Foreclosure N:

“I think this stallion has a very good opportunity at stud,” Tetrick said. “He is already having fantastic results from a small crop in the USA. I really liked him as a racehorse. He was a real professional on the track that tried hard every inch of the mile. He had a great gait with a great attitude and really wanted to do his work and was one super-fast horse.”

Foreclosure N was sold to Oakwood Stud in 2015 and bred mares in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England and now is going to be breeding foals in Australia and New Zealand, so it’s fair to say he’s well-travelled once again in his career.

“Our first crop here in Ireland from Foreclosure N are now 2,” Derek Delaney said. “and in training they look superb and the feedback from trainers is phenomenal at this early stage.”

For more information about getting semen down under for Foreclosure N, please contact either Oakwood Stud at or KTC Bloodstock at

By Steve Wolf, for Oakwood Stud

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Faster HOA foreclosure law proposed

PHOENIX – Homeowners’ associations in Arizona are largely unregulated with seemingly limitless power.
Now State Sen. John Kavanaugh is proposing a law would make it even easier for them to take your home.
Senate Bill 1080 would give six months to bring an account current before foreclosure proceedings could begin.   Right now HOAs have to wait one year or until the assessments and fees have reached $1200.

The bill is a good reminder of how much power HOAs have over your home.  So what can you do to keep it from happening to you?

If it’s at all your assessments on time 
HOA bills aren’t like other bills.  Miss a payment, and within months the amount will spiral out of control thanks to attorney fees.  And good luck making a payment plan. One of our biggest HOA complaints is that many don’t allow for partial payment to help you catch up.

Don’t ignore notices
Every late notice you get will likely come from lawyers who tack their fee on to your bill.  Often HOAs will stop communicating with you, forcing you to correspond with the lawyers. You will likely be charged every single time you do.

Don’t expect them to play fair 
Get a full ledger of everything thing you owe in writing.
Even if they reject your payment, continue to attempt to pay and document that. You may need it if you end up in court.

This bill could affect anyone who misses a payment, but it is not law yet.
If you want to stop that from happening, lawmakers need to know. You can find out how to contact your legislators here.

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Regions Bank expands free money counseling service to St. Louis, Belleville branches

Regions Bank is opening new Hope Inside free credit and money management counseling centers in two more St. Louis area bank branches. 

The Birmingham, Ala.-based bank recently announced an expanded partnership with Operation Hope, an Atlanta-based nonprofit. Through the partnership, Regions said it plans to open 100 Hope Inside offices in its bank branches in the Midwest, Southeast and Texas in the next few years to help people avoid foreclosure, launch businesses and raise their credit scores.  

This spring, Regions plans to open Hope Inside centers at its branch at 4706 S. Kingshighway Boulevard in St. Louis and at 4800 W. Main Street in Belleville. Regions Bank opened a Hope Inside center at 11920 New Halls Ferry Road in Florissant in 2015 that offers free financial counseling to individuals and business owners. 

“Since opening our first local Hope Inside office in 2015, we have seen incredible success stores from people who were able to take charge of their finances, improve their credit scores and reach their financial goals,” Mike Hart, Regions’ Midwest area president, said in a statement. 

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Former owner of foreclosure rescue business admits to stealing borrowers’ homes, equity

The former owner of a California foreclosure rescue firm admitted in court last week to stealing struggling borrowers’ homes during the housing crisis.

Sergio Barrientos pleaded guilty last week to conspiracy to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution and bank fraud.

According to court documents, from about September 2004 through February 2008, Barrientos and co-conspirators Zalathiel Aguila and Omar Anabo operated a business in California called Capital Access.

The company offered a “Keep Your Home” program that targeted struggling borrowers who were nearing foreclosure. The program supposedly offered a temporary rescue plan in which “qualified investors” would take over the borrowers’ mortgage while the borrower paid rent and worked on rebuilding their credit.

But that’s not what actually happened.

According to court documents, Barrientos, Aguila, and Anabo convinced the struggling borrowers to sign away the titles to their homes, then spent any equity those homeowners had saved.

Then, Barrientos, Aguila, and Anabo used straw buyers to defraud financial institutions out of millions of dollars in loans obtained under false pretenses.

The equity taken from the distressed homeowners’ properties was then used for operational expenses of the scheme and Barrientos and his co-conspirators’ personal expenses.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, a number homeowners across California lost their homes and savings as a result of the scheme, while the affected lenders lost an estimated $10.47 million from the fraud.

Barrientos is scheduled to be sentenced later this year and faces a maximum statutory penalty of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine.

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Everything You Should Know About Foreclosure

There are a lot of myths that around the foreclosure. These falsities may create panic in a homeowners mind. As a result it is necessary that the person must know the truth with this property foreclosure. Before discussing the normal misguided beliefs about foreclosure it is required that the person must be first sure on the actual interpretation of foreclosure. Foreclosure is referred to as the legal proceeding in which the mortgagee (lender) purchases the courts order in which the mortgagor (borrower) right of redemption of the mortgage property is terminated. This means that even if the customer is preparing to pay back the complete loan figure to the lender along with the interest, the mortgaged property will not be go back to the debtor. The idea of property foreclosure is not as simple as it appears and it involves many problems. As a result of these difficulties there are numerous myths that are prevalent in the society that might create fear and at the same time it influences the person (either the borrower or the lender) within an adverse manner.

Some of the most frequent misguided beliefs surrounding the foreclosure are as follows:

Myth: The bank might foreclose on my house as soon as the debt period expires.

Truth: No financial institution or any type of lender would want to go through the technique of foreclosure. The lender always wants his money again along with the interest charged on the loan. Also the process of Foreclosure is very prolonged and it might costs extra to the lender. The importance of the property may well not be equaled to the loan amount and a lot times is quite less. This kind of means that with the process of foreclosure the lender is bound to lose a lot of money. As a result the option of foreclosures is the last option and frequently times taken only when other procedures for the recovery of the loan have failed or the borrower has reported bankruptcy.

Myth: The lender has threatened to go ahead and foreclose over a property in Austin tx, Texas. I am powerless to stop this Downtown foreclosure because I no longer have any money to.

Truth: This is not true as there are many ways by which the individual can stop the foreclosure of the property in Austin. There are many agencies present in Austin that can help stop foreclosure free of charge. Also there are companies offering bridge loan to help Austin homeowners catch up on their payments and stop the foreclosure of the property. One only needs to approach these agencies and chart out a strategy with them. It must become kept in mind that the interest levels on home foreclosure protection loans are normally higher than the normal loans. Therefore, these mortgages must be taken with caution.

Myth: I have received a letter from the lender stating that they may foreclose on my home loan property if I do not payback the loan in a week. You will find no means by which I could avoid foreclosures: This will not only lead to the lost of the home but will also business lead to the negative credit history.

Truth: There are many ways with which you can avoid foreclosure. One is to talk to the lender and workout away plan whereby the customer agrees for compensating the loan amount in the future combined with interest or to pay the money in installments spread over a moment. The lender will not want your home, so almost all of enough time you can come to a mutual agreement with the lending company. However, if in any case the negotiation with the lender would not do well then you can contact a foreclosure consultant and have professional negotiate with the lender for you.

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