Officials Believe Missing Lawyer took $1,000,000 From Clients

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

Breckenridge, Colo. (AP) Judicial officials believe a lawyer who disappeared nearly two weeks ago took as much as one million dollars from his clients.

John Gleason, with the Supreme Court Attorney Regulation Counsel, tells the Denver Post he's asked for Royal ``Scoop'' Daniel's law license to be suspended immediately.

The news comes as authorities plan to release quote ``significant information'' in the case Wednesday afternoon.

Breckenridge Police aren't releasing any details. They do say they've executed four more search warrants in the case in the last two days, including one out of the state.

Daniel, who's 61, was last seen April 27th and was reported missing after he failed to show up for appointments that day.


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