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Friday, February 7, 2020

Former Decatur car dealer could face life in prison for defrauding victims

From Channel 48:

BLOGGER COMMENTS:  Wow!  Possible 99 years.  Just amazing.  I think it was defrauding the little old lady that done it.  Funny that Steven Ziaja (remember him?), Steenson's partner-in-crime got off with not a slap on the wrist but a pat on his cheeks.  As an inmate-with-privileges at the Cullman County lockup,  he continued his life and business outside the walls without even an ankle bracelet.
Of course, Steenson is a career criminal and Ziaja a mere crooked cop   I guess that makes the difference or maybe it's who you used to sleep with.

Former Decatur car dealer could face life in prison for defrauding victims

A Morgan County jury decided there were factors that made the charges in his guilty plea even worse  Here's the link: 

link  https://www.waff.com/video/2020/02/07/former-decatur-car-dealer-could-face-life-prison-defrauding-victims/


And here's the story:

DECATUR, Ala. (WAFF) - A Morgan County jury decided a former Decatur car dealership owner deserves a harsher sentence.
Gregory Ray Steenson, 50, may face life in prison now.
A Morgan County jury decided there were factors that made the charges in his guilty plea even worse.
Morgan County District Attorney Scott Anderson says Steenson defrauded victims out of more than $134,000.
Anderson says the jury found four aggravating factors stemming from “Steenson’s fraudulent business practices in his role as an owner and operator of Performance Auto Sales on Point Mallard Parkway.”
Steenson pleaded guilty to first-degree and second-degree theft and possession of a forged instrument.
Anderson says the jury’s finding of aggravating factors means Steenson can receive a sentence higher than those set forth in the Alabama Sentencing Guidelines.Steenson could face a maximum sentence of 99 years or life.
His sentencing hearing is set for April 29.

4 comments:

  1. Oh Greg Ziaja and Ana Frolicking on Risky Business boat. Where is the boat now guys...

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  2. I am happy to say I helped uncover this. Kudos. Corrupt folks need to go down.

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  3. Where is squirrel in shirt and lost wedding ring on boat. We did good. Amen

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