Mirtha Morejon, 50, used to run surplus auctions for Miami-Dade County. She’s accused of rigging bids to allow her boyfriend, Ruben Lopez, to buy government property at cheaper prices. The two later married.
Mirtha Morejon, 50, used to run surplus auctions for Miami-Dade County. She’s accused of rigging bids to allow her boyfriend, Ruben Lopez, to buy government property at cheaper prices. The two later married. Miami-Dade County Police
Mirtha Morejon, 50, used to run surplus auctions for Miami-Dade County. She’s accused of rigging bids to allow her boyfriend, Ruben Lopez, to buy government property at cheaper prices. The two later married. Miami-Dade County Police

She wouldn’t computerize county auctions — then she rigged the bids for her boyfriend, cops say

November 09, 2017 06:26 PM

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