Security guards escort Earl Jones out of the Palais du Justice in Montreal on July 28, 2009. Jones was charged with four counts of fraud and four counts of theft before being released on $30,000 bail. Photograph by: Phil Carpenter, The Gazette
Strapped Earl Jones Investors Getting A Leg-Up -- Montreal Gazette
Contributions channeled through Sun Youth Organization to provide emergency help to alleged victims of Earl Jones have reached "more than $10,000, plus pledges" of an undisclosed amount, Maria-José Raposo, the community group's assistant director for crime prevention, said yesterday.
To date, she said, "about half" that amount has been disbursed, to assist two victims facing critical bill payments and left in a crisis situation without cash. The community group has fielded more than 20 calls from people who said they had become entangled with Jones and are seeking a helping hand, she added.
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