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FBI: Fugitive lawyer Eric Conn, convicted of Social Security fraud, has been spotted in New Mexico

USATODAY.com Saturday, 15 July 2017 ()
A fugitive lawyer from Kentucky who was convicted of stealing millions from Social Security has been spotted at a gas station and Walmart store in New Mexico, the FBI says.
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FBI: Eric Conn spotted in New Mexico

The FBI has released new surveillance photos they say show fugitive lawyer Eric Conn at a gas station and Walmart in New Mexico.

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