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Church Hill neighbor Michael Hild of Dogtown Dish was arrested last week and indicted on charges of running a $140 million bond scheme

Church Hill neighbor Michael Hild was arrested last week and indicted on charges of running a $140 million bond scheme:

“Michael Hild, CEO of Chesterfield-based Live Well Financial, faces federal criminal charges of securities fraud, mail fraud and bank fraud, as well as civil charges from the Securities and Exchange Commission, in what authorities called a “brazen fraud.””

The Hilds also own the Anderson Neck Oyster Company, had previously attempted to purchase and redevelop the old Nolde Garage on 24th Street, publishes the community blog The Dogtown Dish, and have made a push into real estate development in Manchester and Blackwell over recent years.

photo attached via http://mikehild.com/

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Kay S Glenn
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DAMN…

Jeannie Casey Saxton
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Oh. Oopsie

Josh Wenger
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We know All about it! Money makes people greedy.

Nate Peterson
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Gentrifiers of the highest order

Nate Peterson
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Charging 4000 a month for a shit house in Manchester

Lisha Jackson
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Karma is a ****