Sunday, October 13, 2013

Jerome Lance Kingrussell, The Infamous "Imposter Foster" From The Larry Maxwell Mortgage Fraud Case, Is A Wanted Fugitive...

MN DOC mug shot, therefore public domain, blog post by John Hoff

Jerome Lance Kingrussell, who was the infamous "Imposter Foster" in the Larry Maxwell mortgage fraud case, which involved stealing the identity of mild-mannered truck driver John Foster and fraudulently purchasing two homes...

Is a fugitive. Yet again. I've lost count of how many times this has happened. The last time he was supposed to serve a long sentence but obviously he didn't. 

It looks like whatever conditions were imposed upon Kingrussell didn't work out so well, because the MN DOC website is showing his status as "Fugitive Apprehend," a matter that was brought to my attention by a reader who fired me an email and asked to remain anonymous.

The MN DOC website shows Kingrussell was admitted on June 6 of 2012, and released on June 11 of this year on a supervised probationary statuts that was expected to last until 2018. Kingrussell's mug shot shows a "Mr. Clean" bald look different than his previous appearance.

Expect to see this man passing forged checks at Indian casinos in the near future.

(Sarcasm font, or is it?)

Or, possibly, working for Brett Buckner's Fifth Ward political campaign. 


Anonymous said...

Well at least he got rid of that stupid goatee.

Johnny Northside! said...

Turns out he was picked up October 9, but even as of today MN DOC website lists him as "fugitive apprehend." See updated story.