Ferrari, Mercedes, jewelry seized from Alfaro’s home in Shavano Park
A Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and 24 wristwatches were among the items seized from embattled oil and gas entrepreneur Brian K. Alfaro’s Shavano Park home.
Alfaro has filed court papers seeking to get back the property seized by U.S. marshals carrying out under a writ of execution.
The writ was obtained by lawyers for nine disgruntled investors who won an $8 million court judgment against him last year. The seizure was part of efforts to satisfy that judgment.
Alfaro alleges the seizure went beyond the scope of the writ because his wife and children’s personal property also were taken and was “done purely for harassment and intimidation” by investors’ lawyers.
A list attached to Alfaro’s court filing shows the seized property also includes roughly 250 pieces of jewelry; 106 shoes; more than 50 pieces of dishware; nearly 50 suits, sports coats and pants; 37 cufflinks; 22 pairs of sunglasses; two Vespas and various sports memorabilia.
For more about the seizure and Alfaro’s argument for getting his property back, go to ExpressNews.com.
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