A district judge in Nebraska City, Neb., has authorized authorities to access a unit at Millard Air Park Self-Storage in relation to an investigation of a securities sale. The unit, rented by Rebecca L. Engle, has been surveyed by investigators on two prior occasions with cooperation from the facility owner.
District Judge Paul Korslund issued a search warrant that will allow authorities to break the lock on Engle’s unit. Request for the warrant was made by Thomas Sindelar, an investigator with the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance, who wants access to business records produced during 2002-2006, when Engle worked as a local stockbroker.
Sindelar is specifically investigating the sale of securities in Royal Palm and American Capital Corp., which he said were sold to approximately 150 households by Engle and her partner, Brian Schuster.
Investigators were asked to survey the documents a third time by the assistant attorney general, but a key was not provided for the inspection.
Source: Nebraska City News Press, Judge authorizes third look at Engle's files
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