Ann Leonard’s Orange County driveway was blocked after scammers laid down asphalt without her permission, then refused to remove it. The Attorney General’s office ordered them to compensate her.
Ann Leonard’s Orange County driveway was blocked after scammers laid down asphalt without her permission, then refused to remove it. The Attorney General’s office ordered them to compensate her. COURTESY OF ANN LEONARD
Ann Leonard’s Orange County driveway was blocked after scammers laid down asphalt without her permission, then refused to remove it. The Attorney General’s office ordered them to compensate her. COURTESY OF ANN LEONARD

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