Dusty Old Cars owner indicted
NASHUA — Stephan Condodemetraky, owner of the now defunct classic car dealership Dusty Old Cars, is facing jail time after the Grand Jury in the Merrimack County Superior Court handed up dozens of criminal indictments Friday.
Condodemetraky is indicted on one count of witness tampering, nine counts of forgery, and 10 counts of title application fraud. The Telegraph is attempting to reach Condodemetraky for comment.
While the title fraud and forgery indictments all deal with one man allegedly defrauded by Condodemetraky, more than 130 people having filed complaints against Condodemetraky and Dusty Old Cars with the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, most coming in the last year.
The former customers claim that Condodemetraky forged titles on the cars they brought to him to be consigned, and then sold the cars without paying them, or paid them a fraction of the sales price after charging for allegedly bogus repair fees.
An indictment is not an indication, or proof of, guilt, but represents the Grand Jury’s determination that enough evidence exists for prosecutors to move the case forward in Superior Court.
A full story will appear in Saturday’s print edition of the Telegraph.