An accused murderer who was allegedly involved with disappearance of two others is now facing further charges for identity theft. 60-year-old Henry Calucag Jr., also known as Hank Jacinto, was recently indicted by a Federal Grand Jury yesterday on multiple counts of fraud, money laundering and illegal transportation. His girlfriend Debra Anagaran, 52, was indicted on similar charges.
Originally indicted for coercing a man into signing over $200,000 worth of promissory notes to a company that Calucag owned, the couple is at it again. Three male victims were persuaded to travel with Calucag to the Philippines after which they disappeared and over $250,000 worth of property transferred into Calucag’s name. Calucag was finally caught and sentenced to 30 years in prison.
(Via Honolulu Advertiser)
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