- Associated Press - Thursday, July 14, 2016

CODY, Wyo. (AP) - A Wyoming man has pleaded not guilty to fraud and theft charges brought against him by his in-laws.

The Cody Enterprise reports (https://bit.ly/29HJGQs ) that court documents say Ryan Tucker secured loans from his in-laws by convincing them that he was worth million, had a lofty inheritance and was part-owner of a landscaping business on Martha’s vineyard.

Defense attorney Nick Beduhn asked that Tucker’s $15,000 cash bond be reduced so he could go back to his wife, child and job in Florida.

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The judge sided with prosecutors’ concerns about Tucker leaving the state and did not reduce the bond.

Tucker’s trial is scheduled to begin in October.


Information from: The Cody Enterprise, https://www.codyenterprise.com

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