April 15, 2024


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Woman arrested for running ‘illegal’ business claiming to fix customer’s credit issues, Pct. 4 says

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HARRIS COUNTY – A Humble lady was arrested on Sunday for her alleged involvement in a $3,300,000 finance scheme performed as a result of her credit history maintenance business, Harris County Precinct 4 officials stated.

According to Constable Mark Herman, deputies done a raid at Rose Credit Restore in the 15300 block of John F. Kennedy Boulevard in north Harris County.

Court files point out the business’s proprietor, 29-yr-aged Roekeicha Lashay Brisby, was included in the plan which commenced close to Nov. 2020 and lasted right until March 2022.

The record states Brisby used “fifty or far more objects of identifying data,” predominantly the names, dates of beginning, social security figures, and ID’s, of the victims associated.

Files also state Brisby filed around 133 phony reviews about the decline or theft of credit rating cards, while searching for to erase about $1,400,000 in client credit card debt on behalf of 74 people.


Following a prolonged investigation within of the business enterprise, deputies found information and facts indicating that Brisby’s small business “would take care of people’s credit history through illegal implies.”

Images taken by investigators exhibit a banner from Rose Credit Maintenance that claims to assistance buyers “raise their credit rating score by 50-100 details,” and “use the Legislation to take away widespread errors” this kind of as late payments, bankruptcies, and settlements.

The business also claimed that shoppers would see results “in 35 days or significantly less.”

Brisby has been charged with felony Forgery of a Authorities instrument in this situation.

She is envisioned in courtroom on Monday, July 11.

Just after added investigation, KPRC 2 realized that this is not Brisby’s to start with arrest.

Back in 2019, Brisby was arrested and billed with harm to a kid just after authorities say she and her boyfriend placed her then 7-year-old son in a scalding warm shower just after the baby reportedly misbehaved at faculty.


Her boyfriend at the time, Mark Terrell, was accused of forcing the baby to stand in a shower as he sprayed him with the sizzling h2o, ensuing in burns on his head, experience, neck and upper body.

She was able to article a $125,000 bond and is predicted again in court docket for that charge on Oct. 3, 2022.

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Precinct 4 will hold a information conference Monday morning at 10 a.m. to clearly show additional photos of the woman’s company, and the precise arrest, plus particulars on the investigation.

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