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

HARRIS COUNTY – A Humble girl was arrested on Sunday for her alleged involvement in a $3,300,000 finance scheme carried out via her credit rating repair service small business, Harris County Precinct 4 officials reported.

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

Court docket documents condition the business’s proprietor, 29-year-aged Roekeicha Lashay Brisby, was involved in the plan which commenced all around Nov. 2020 and lasted until eventually March 2022.

The history states Brisby made use of “fifty or extra products of identifying details,” generally the names, dates of beginning, social protection figures, and ID’s, of the victims concerned.

Documents also condition Brisby submitted close to 133 phony studies about the reduction or theft of credit rating playing cards, while looking for to erase about $1,400,000 in client personal debt on behalf of 74 individuals.


Immediately after a lengthy investigation inside of of the organization, deputies discovered details indicating that Brisby’s company “would repair people’s credit rating as a result of unlawful means.”

Shots taken by investigators clearly show a banner from Rose Credit history Repair service that claims to enable prospects “raise their credit rating score by 50-100 details,” and “use the Law to take away widespread errors” this sort of as late payments, bankruptcies, and settlements.

The company also claimed that consumers would see results “in 35 days or considerably less.”

Brisby has been billed with felony Forgery of a Govt instrument in this case.

She is expected in court docket on Monday, July 11.

Soon after supplemental investigation, KPRC 2 acquired that this is not Brisby’s first arrest.

Back in 2019, Brisby was arrested and billed with personal injury to a youngster just after authorities say she and her boyfriend positioned her then 7-yr-old son in a scalding scorching shower immediately after the child reportedly misbehaved at university.


Her boyfriend at the time, Mark Terrell, was accused of forcing the kid to stand in a shower as he sprayed him with the warm water, ensuing in burns on his head, facial area, neck and upper body.

She was able to post a $125,000 bond and is expected back again in courtroom for that cost on Oct. 3, 2022.

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Precinct 4 will hold a news meeting Monday early morning at 10 a.m. to clearly show further photos of the woman’s enterprise, and the real arrest, as well as particulars on the investigation.

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