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Even after receiving nearly 2 years of probation for “unlawful business practices,” a Pennsylvania used car dealer apparently learned nothing. The man has now added forgery, insurance fraud, and theft to his burgeoning criminal repertoire.

Vincent A. LoCastro of Canonsburg, Penn. pleaded guilty last Thursday to charges associated with his filing a false insurance claim in November 2008 for a Cadillac Escalade that was involved in a Pittsburgh crash. In October 2010, agents from the state attorney general’s office arrested LoCastro on suspicion of making the false claim after learning the Escalade was being leased by LoCastro’s dealership, All Pro Auto Mall.

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