Then the Kennewick man, who also goes by Corey Pugh, would argue the liens gave him some interest in the property that allowed him to rent it out, according to Deputy Prosecutor Terry Bloor and court documents.
The companies also reportedly recognized Williams' name from his
previous cases, Bloor
said because of Williams' record, he
faces a sentencing range of five to seven years.
The theft carries a range of up to two years and five months.
Bloor doesn't yet know what he will recommend at the March 3 sentencing, but said he and Deputy Prosecutor Diana Ruff plan to ask that the prison terms on the two cases be served back to back for a minimum of nearly nine years.
said in those cases there was evidence that Williams was finding the homes by looking at bankruptcy listings.