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|Abraham Shakespeare |
Abraham Shakespeare (42) won $31 million dollars in the Florida Lottery in 2006. He took a lump sum payout of approximately $17 million. He remained a frugal person as he had before his lottery windfall, but after numerous failed real estate transactions, loans, and friendships Abraham has suddenly gone missing. He was last seen in the Lakeland area in April 2009. Dorice Emma Donegan Moore (AKA Dee Dee Moore) stated in the media that she bought out Abraham's debts to enable him to move away to escape paying child support arrears for a second child that was born after the lottery windfall. Law Enforcement believes there may be more to this story.
There's a $10,000 REWARD for information to locate Abraham Shakespeare.
If you know where Abraham Shakespeare may be, contact the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at (863) 534-6379 or (863) 534-6200
To remain anonymous and be eligible for the cash reward, call Heartland Crime Stoppers at 800-226-TIPS
|Troy McKay Young (DOB: 06/24/1967)
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| Polk County Clerk of Courts|
Type: MAR, File No.: 2008032564, Date/Time: 2/26/2008, Book Type: O, Book/Page: 7562/2148, Pages: 1, Consideration: $0.00, Legal:, Grantors: YOUNG TROY M, Grantees: MAULTSBY ILENE P
|2010-01-08||"[Troy] Young did say he had contact with Moore and that it involved her intention to write a book about Shakespeare. "That's how this whole thing got started," he said."
||Lakeland Florida Police Officer Suspended
"20 years with the department, Young, whose salary is $57,990 per year, hasn't been suspended before"
|Lakeland Officer Suspended in Shakespeare Case (read more at link)|
By Rick Rousos [www.theledger.com], Published: Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 11:52 p.m. Last Modified: Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 11:52 p.m. "A Lakeland police officer has been suspended amid allegations he accepted money from a woman thought to be a central figure in the disappearance of Lotto winner Abraham Shakespeare, local police sources say. Officer Troy Young, 42, who has been with LPD since 1990, was suspended with pay Jan. 8. He is the only Lakeland police office now under suspension.”
"Local police sources say Young is suspected of taking money from Dorice "DeeDee" Moore. Moore, 37, is the woman Polk County Sheriff's investigators say can't account for an $840,000 transaction in which she was supposed to have paid Shakespeare for his assets, mainly his Redhawk Bend Drive house in Lakeland."
Troy McKay Young
|Polk County Florida
Booking #: 2010-001901
"Unlawful Compensation, Felony 2nd Degree, and Misuse of Confidential information, Misdemeanor"
| Polk County Florida Sheriff's Office|
Inmate Name: YOUNG, TROY Release Date: 01/25/2010 Booking Number: 2010-001901 Booking Date: 01/25/2010 Race: B Sex: M DOB: 06/24/1967 Height: 507 Weight: 200 Location: Arresting Agency: POLK COUNTY SHERIFF Hold: N Hold for: Disposition of Hold: DNA: ? AKA No known AKA
Charge Number 1 Statute: 838.016 BRIBERY-UNLAW COMPENSATION REWARD OFFICIAL BEHAVIOR Charge on arrest docket: UNLAWFUL COMPENSATION Bond Type: SBN Bond Number: BOND EXP Purge Number: Purge/Bond Amount: 5,000.00 Surety: 0.00 Cash: 0.00 Bond Exp.: SBN# PC7-00850278 FOR $5000 Disposition: SBN Upgrade/Reduction:
Charge Number 2 Statute: 839.26 INVADE PRIVACY-MISUSE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Charge on arrest docket: MISUSE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFO Bond Type: SBN Bond Number: BOND EXP Purge Number: Purge/Bond Amount: 500.00 Surety: 0.00 Cash: 0.00 Bond Exp.: SBN# PC2-00848882 FOR $500 Disposition: SBN Upgrade/Reduction:
|2010-01-25||"For a check of $200 and a plane ticket for his daughter, he gave up a 19-year career with the Lakeland Police Department"
||Troy McKay Young Arrested
"The report said Young did things for Moore such as giving her advice about legal questions and witnessing her opening a safe deposit box."
|LPD Officer Charged With Selling Information to Woman in Case of Missing Lotto Winner|
By Rick Rousos [www.theledger.com], Published: Monday, January 25, 2010 at 8:16 p.m. Last Modified: Monday, January 25, 2010 at 8:16 p.m "A Lakeland police officer was accused Monday of checking license plate numbers for a woman connected to missing Lotto millionaire Abraham Shakespeare. Polk County Sheriff's Office detectives arrested Troy McKay Young, 42, on charges of unlawful compensation, which is a felony, and misuse of confidential information, a misdemeanor. "For a check of $200 and a plane ticket for his daughter, he gave up a 19-year career with the Lakeland Police Department," Polk Sheriff Grady Judd said Monday."
"Investigators say Young provided Dorice "DeeDee" Moore of Lakeland with information obtained through law enforcement data bases and that he was paid for the information. Young admitted he had given Moore information about the identities of vehicle owners after she provided him with tag numbers, PCSO detectives say."
|2010-01-25||"Moore told detectives she wanted to write a story about Abraham Shakespeare and wanted [Troy] Young to corroborate as he was a police officer and his credibility was greater than others with whom she had spoken."||"Detectives say [Troy] Young met [Dee Dee] Moore in August 2009 through a mutual acquaintance."||LPD Officer Charged With Selling Information to Woman in Case of Missing Lotto Winner|
[www.myfoxorlando.com], Updated: Monday, 25 Jan 2010, 12:25 PM EST Published : Monday, 25 Jan 2010, 12:20 PM EST "Detectives say [Troy] Young met [Dee Dee] Moore in August 2009 through a mutual acquaintance. Reports say Moore told detectives she wanted to write a story about Abraham Shakespeare and wanted Young to corroborate as he was a police officer and his credibility was greater than others with whom she had spoken. Moore claims to have paid young for different law enforcement services on different occasions, reports say. Detectives say Young admitted that he had given Moore information about vehicle owners after she provided him with tag numbers. Detectives say Young used law enforcement data bases to acquire the confidential information he provided Moore."
"According to detectives reports, “In November 2009, Regarding Young’s actions, he did solicit and accept a pecuniary benefit which was not authorized by law (he was off duty and not working a special detail sanctioned by the Lakeland police Department), and he represented as being, within the official discretion as a public servant, in violation of his public duty.” Young was booked into the Polk County Jail on $5,500.00 surety bond."
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