A Scottsdale man was sentenced to nearly 16 years behind bars for allegedly scamming women through online dating websites. Daylon Pierce was sentenced on Friday after Bremerton WA play dates guilty to two counts of fraudulent schemes and artifices. According to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Pierce, who also went by the name of Daylon Jung, ed up for several dating websites Match, PlentyOfFish and Tinder and became involved in romantic relationships with multiple women.
From toPierce told the victims that he was a d stockbroker and convinced them to invest thousands of dollars in fraudulent schemes, officials said. Another victim, Tara Cheap fun dates in Lincoln, says he asked her questions about her credit and if she was financially capable of buying a house or a car.
He also promised to help her invest her money so that she could pay off her student loans. Pierce used the money at casinos, nightclubs and strip clubs, officials said. There are also no records of best date restaurants in Louisville being a d stockbroker. Victims spoke to ABC15 after the sentencing Friday — not surprisingly, all of them were relieved.
Finally being able to see him in handcuffs and being sentenced was very liberating. She said Peirce drove luxury cars and had several homes, which she now believes were paid for by the victims' misdirected investments.
He had everything covered that you would never question. InPeirce was released from prison after serving a year sentence for theft, trafficking theft, and gang activity.
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Schroeder was among three women who made statements at sentencing. Rose Reddy explained how Peirce went to great lengths to make his scam believable.
Pierce apologized to the women in the courtroom and hoped for their forgiveness someday. A restitution hearing is slated for a later date.
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