Friday, May 15, 2009

JNS BLOG EXCLUSIVE: Criminal History Of The "Imposter Foster" Associated With Larry "Maximum" Maxwell

Red Wing, Minnesota, photo

I can't take credit for this info, as it was simply given to me. But people give me things because they know I'll publish that stuff, and let the chips fall where they may.

Jerome Kingrussell has a police record literally longer than your arm, if you lay all the pages end- to-end. Kingrussell was the no-account crackhead scumbag who ripped off the identity of John Foster, a...

...mild-mannered, somewhat introverted UPS driver who took pride in his sterling credit rating.

(That is not John's UPS truck in the photo above, however...well, it looks JUST LIKE his truck)

In a fraudulent deal which involved Larry "Maximum" Maxwell, Jerry Moore, and Keith Reitman, Jerome Kingrussell used the stolen identity of John Foster to obtain a mortgage on 1564 Hillside Ave. N., a run down dump of a house that might fall down on its own, but possibly the weird dark fungus infesting portions of the house possesses an adhesive quality, so it's probably going to need some help from a backhoe to finally go to that big real estate paradise in the sky.

One anonymous commenter to this blog claims Kingrussell is living in a campground in Red Wing, Minnesota, but this information is unconfirmed. (Though strongly suspected to be true)

In any case, for those who are curious or someway, somehow have a dog in this fight...enjoy this Jerome Kingrussell criminal history on the Johnny Northside PDF support site, click here.


Anonymous said...

Are these Mr. Moore's role models?

Anonymous said...

The BCA only provides criminal records with convictions. There can be tons more in 'suspense' - which is what happens when court and police information doesn't jive.

Also, it doesn't show every time a person has been *arrested*... for that, you have to go to the city. Or, you may check out Hennepin County Jail for their records..

Is it possible to get a list of houses for sale in NoMi? The ones that aren't condemned all ready?

Johnny Northside said...

The best way to do that is to get yourself a Realtor and get subscribed to the MLS by email, so you can virtually browse houses.

There are some very dedicated Realtors in NoMi, two of which have blogs featured on my blog roll: Connie Nompelis (No-buhl-iss, it's Greek) and Jeanie Hoholik.

I might tell you that this week I saw 2115 4th St. N. hit the MLS at $13,900 and it appears to be under TIH (Truth In Housing) not condemned, but I wouldn't swear to it, do your own investigation, buyer beware, etc.