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August 15, 2014 3:04 PM

Victims in piano fraud case satisfied with plea agreement

Jack Piersee closed two Lee’s Summit musical instrument consignment stores with many instruments still in his possession, and customers never got paid for some instruments that were sold. He pleaded guilty to 11 counts on Aug. 7 and must make restitution.

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