From a $10K watch to a $33K horse: Feds restrain more assets in Raleigh investment manager’s case


Newly unsealed documents show that, despite the feds having restrained nearly $2.6 million worth of assets from accused Raleigh investment manager Stephen Peters, there’s not nearly enough in the coffers to cover even “conservative” estimates of what was allegedly embezzled.

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