Monday, October 13, 2014


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Posted on October 13, 2014.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Anglen, Robert  
Date: Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 9:40 AM
Subject: Story on camelback consign
To: Glenn Michaels 

Story is in today's paper. Your blog is mentioned prominently in the story. Thanks for all of your help. Here is a link:




Meanwhile... on 8/12/14, Mike Burns (aka the Consignment Vampire) applied for and promptly received a deferral of court costs for Case # CV2014-007482. In his application, Burns indicates that he has no income, no assets and by the way, no debts or loans. 

He affirms that "I am permanently unable to pay..." on page 2 of the application.

With reference to the option to list extraordinary expenses, Burns enters a zero. But what about the multiple outstanding judgments against him, in excess of $156, 000?

I guess if you're looking for a couple of easy marks  - and you're a professional scam artist - Casino Arizona might be one of the better places to go fishing in the Valley.

As previously reported, on 10/2,  I received this following anonymous tip about Mike Burns....

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "CALL 12 FOR ACTION CALL GENERATES (incremental ) P...": 

you all can find mike burns late evenings.At casino Arizona at Mckellips gambling all of your hard earned money away.they could even real the cameras back for all to see.He could care less for stealing and fraud,he needs to go to jail.have him paged at the casino maybe the arrogant person he is.he'll come to the phone. 
Given the phraseology, it appears to come from the same person who forwarded the latest comment, shown at the top of the post.

If the tip is valid and Burns is gambling (lots of) money at Casino Arizona would he be in contempt of court for claiming that he has no assets in the notarized application for deferral or waiver of Superior court fees?


I confirmed with Burns' former landlord that her property was subject to arson while Burns was still resident. His car was, she thought, ruined. The carport was damaged. 

I've confirmed the date and the report numbers (2) through

it is not clear to me whether Burns was evicted from that property before or after he used the address when applying for deferral of his court costs. His former landlord indicated that he was forced to leave the premises by the Sheriff. 

Whoever was responsible for the arson event should know that you can't get rid of vampires with fire. Or so I've read.

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