Sunday, August 23, 2009


from This Is

Coggin Pontiac, a car dealer in Jacksonville, Fla., was a
bit suspicious of a check that a woman wrote for a new $70,000 car --
the check identified the account holders as "Mr. and Mrs. Jesus and
Emma Christ". The dealer called the woman's bank, which said the check
was not valid, so their next call was to the Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office. Deputies found Emma Kim-Tashis Harrison, 25, had multiple
credit cards in her purse, some in her name, and others bearing the
name Emma Christ. She insisted she had the money to back the check,
since she owns "a traveling Web site that people just deposit money
into." Deputies arrested her on felony fraud charges. (Jacksonville
Times-Union) ...It's unclear which is crazier: that anyone would "just
deposit money" into her web site, or that anyone would want a $70,000

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