Authorities executed a search warrant to crowd the residence of the South Jersey Couple a homeless husband has accused of keeping closely connected to a half-million dollars in GoFundMe cash.
As first was noted by Philadelphia’s WPVI-TV, researchers were checked raiding Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico’s home in Bordentown Thursday morning. Governments were reportedly learnt removing bags of entries from the palace. A pitch-black BMW was also supposedly towed.
The Burlington County Prosecutors Office has since fortified the search relates to accusations imposed against the couple by a homeless vet.
“Due to the enormous public interest in this matter, I am confirming that a search warrant was performed early this morning by the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and the Florence Township Police Department at the mansion of Mark D’Amico and Katelyn McClure in connection with a criminal investigation into the Johnny Bobbitt matter.”
The move comes one day after Superior Court Judge Paula Dow ordered the couple to appear in court next week with a full accounting of the funds they collected for Bobbitt.
Bobbitt filed a litigation against the couple last month. Philadelphia attorney Chris Fallon, who is representing Bobbitt, has alleged the couple spent a significant portion of the donations on lottery, lavish journeys, shopping rampages and a BMW.
The charges were used as a basis for obtaining the search warrant, which are usually requires a lesser better standards of proof than an apprehend authorize. No criminal charges have been filed against McClure or D’Amico.
The highly-publicized fundraiser was started by McClure last year after Bobbitt, a 34 -year-old onetime Marine, presented his last-place $20 to her when she guided out of gas on I-9 5 outside of Philadelphia.