‘Sweetheart swindler’ gets 5-plus years in prison
ST. PAUL — A Ham Lake, Minn., man pleaded for mercy, blamed his lifelong history of swindling women on bipolar disorder and promised a judge that — if she gave him probation — he would never do it again.
But Kent Norman Meyer said the same thing to three other judges in 1997 and 2003, Ramsey County prosecutor John Ristad said.
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