Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Squatter arrested after moving into vacant $17million mansion and selling off $300,000 of the owner’s artworks


San Francisco – Police say they arrested a man who was squatting in a mansion on the market and sold several paintings from the home valued at more than $300,000.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported Monday that officers found Jeremiah Kaylor, 38, of Arizona at the home in the ritzy Pacific Heights neighborhood after receiving reports of a suspicious person.

Officer Carlos Manfredi says the man told police he was buying the home, but a real estate agent said he was trespassing.

The agent also said 11 paintings were missing. More

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