Saturday, April 20, 2024

Porsche-Driving LI Squatters Ask To Be Made ‘heirs’ To Zombie Home; Porsche-Driving Long Island Squatters Evicted by Sheriff’s Deputies Who Changed Locks, Removed Their Belongings

Porsche-driving LI squatters ask to be made ‘heirs’ to zombie home:
A pair of shameless Porsche-driving squatters accused of duping a judge to get legal rights to a home they don’t own now want to be declared “heirs” to the property.
In what sounded like an April Fool’s Day joke, Denton Gayle and Margaret Grover filed paperwork Monday in Nassau Supreme Court requesting they be “added as heirs” to 39 Brussel Dr. in New Hyde Park, according to legal papers.
A legal heir is typically related to a person in some way.
The two-story Cape Cod has been in foreclosure for more than a decade and sat abandoned after every member of the immediate family which owned it, the Iaconos, died between 2015 and 2018, neighbors said.
Gayle and Grover are not related to the Iacono clan.
The couple claimed they “believe all mortgages [have] been satisified” and requested to be added as a party to the foreclosure proceeding.
Lawyers for US Bank National Association, which is now trying to complete the long-winding foreclosure proceeding on the “zombie” house, quickly shot down the couple’s latest effort in a letter to the judge. --->READ MORE HERE
Porsche-driving Long Island squatters evicted by sheriff’s deputies who changed locks, removed their belongings:
A pair of accused Porsche-driving squatters who allegedly duped a judge to get legal rights to a home they didn’t own were evicted this week when Nassau County sheriff’s changed the locks and removed their belongings — including a big screen TV and their luxe ride.
Deputies knocked on the door of the Brussel Drive home in New Hyde Park around 8:30 a.m. Friday, escorting Denton Gayle and Margaret Grover out and watching as they loaded a moving truck.
The couple, who also share a toddler son, put their dog Daisy in the Porsche as they emptied the two-story Cape Cod, which had been in foreclosure for a decade and abandoned for years after members of the family that owned it died.
Gayle and Grover turned up at the dilapidated home last year, said irate neighbors who claimed the couple harassed them.
They were arrested in October after a 911 caller, concerned for the couple’s child, reported squalid conditions.
A Town of North Hempstead building inspector’s report deemed the structure, which had no heat, electricity, hot water or working bathrooms, “unlivable.” --->READ MORE HERE
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