Friday, June 03, 2011

FRISCHLING ARRESTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT!

BUSTED!!!

http://www.theday.com/article/20110602/NWS04/110609876

Niantic man charged with embezzlement

Published 06/02/2011 12:00 AM
Updated 06/03/2011 11:59 AM

Montville — A Niantic man turned himself in Thursday to state police on a warrant that alleges he embezzled more than $5,000.
Steven Frishchling, 35, of 49 Sea Breeze Ave. was charged with second-degree larceny and first-degree forgery.
Police said charges were brought against Frischling after an extensive investigation of an embezzlement via a forgery. Police did not provide specifics of the crime or say how much was taken, but second-degree larceny involved the theft of $5,001 to $10,000.
Frischling is out on a $25,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in New London Superior Court June 15.

Wow. So now we know the impetus for his new blog. The funniest part is that he thinks starting a blog will somehow prove he is innocent... good luck with that! The only thing he has succeeded so far in doing is dragging FishFraud out to laugh at him and spread the news of his arrest!



Check out the comments from "someone" angry that the newspaper published the news of Frischling's arrest, calling it a "non-event story"! Yet, funny that this "non-event story" is the MOST POPULAR item on the entire site!

33 comments:

  1. anyone else rolling on the floor laughing?

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  2. his first reaction is to publish a blog and gives enough clues to alert everyone on Facebook that he's arrested. Hasn't he learned anything yet?

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  3. what did he write on Facebook?

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  4. YES!!! Fishfraud is back!!!

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  5. Wow, one heck of a way to return, FF!!

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  6. He has a new blog or a new blog post? URL for the new blog?

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  7. Oops - didn't see your previous post about the new Anti-Addison blog. My bad.

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  8. We wouldn't even have known he'd been arrested if it hadn't been for his new blog. What a tool.

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  9. yes thats how I found out. He posted in FB news about his new anti-Addission blog. I went to check it and of course I had to check FishFraud to see what was going on.

    If he had kept quiet, FishFraud would not have smelled the rotten Fish and found the link.

    He actually thinks the blog will help is legal case?

    Steven Frischling is his own worst enemy.

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  10. Steve's new blog is iagfraud.blogspot.com

    Judging from his tweets, he's pretty excited about it.

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  11. Now this makes me LOL. Fuck yeah.

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  12. just when I thought FishFraud was over, now is back and even better!!!!

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  13. Here is what he posted on Facebook:

    "The Connecticut State Police have informed me that the person stalking me, the mother of my kids ... and now having someone text my 10 year old daughter is someone "very very close to Addison Schonland" but they cannot disclose who. He just ramped up the level of playing dirty to a whole new level ."

    I thought the police were arresting him!

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  14. hahaha. That's such a crock of shit. No Police would give that type of information. It's either all or nothing, not some type of half information teaser. What a tool. So obvious.

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  15. and why would the police give any information whatsoever to a guy they have been "extensively investigating" for all kinds of crimes?

    I'm stunned he even got out on bail. You have to pay 10% right? Where did he come up with $2,500? He probably had to sell his car.

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  16. A Niantic man was charged with larceny and forgery after an investigation into allegations of embezzlement from a consulting company.

    Steven E. Frischling, 35, of 49 Sea Breeze Ave., was charged with second-degree larceny and first-degree forgery after a yearlong investigation by detectives with the state police Eastern District Major Crime Squad at Troop E in Montville.

    Police say Frischling was a consultant with Innovation Analysis Group and forged documents on a company invoice for personal gain. Frischling turned himself in to police Thursday.

    Free on $25,000 non-surety bond, he is due for arraignment June 15 in New London Superior Court.

    Read more: Niantic man faces larceny, forgery charges - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin http://www.norwichbulletin.com/archive/x437335206/Niantic-man-faces-larceny-forgery-charges#ixzz1OHlyeqt8

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  17. we need to see his booking mug!

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  18. so, I guess his recent attempts to sell off his photo gear were in preparation for some hefty legal fees. this is the funniest thing I have seen in a long time. frischling is getting everything that he deserves. I hope the prosecution uses the examples of frischling's excessive fraud that are shown here on fishfraud to bolster their case and show him as the fraud he is.

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  19. ^Has he been trying to sell all his equipment? Too funny. Sorry, we've been truly out of it and are just now catching up!

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  20. he's claiming on twitter that the papers are lying!!

    flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
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    @colpuck I was not arrested & was released and not on a bond. Stay tuned to http://iagfraud.blogspot.com, I'll be posting the paperwork

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  21. what is a non-surety bond? is it for deadbeats that have no money or assets?

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  22. he's going to be starting some conspiracy theory shiz from the looks of it:

    flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    @colpuck Why did the press release sent by the Connecticut State Police provide the wrong dates, conflicting with the warrant info?

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  23. typical frischling, trying to blame somebody else for his woes. he's going to try and find some loophole to get out of this, like the date being wrong on a police press release regarding his case. frischling never does anything wrong, it's always someone else. dude, wake up, this isn't as easy as lying about going to war or winning awards that you never did. good luck putting out the fires to try and save your reputation in the airline blogosphere.

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  24. He's starting to post stuff on iagfraud.blogspot.com now.

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  25. OMFG what an idiot!

    he is arguing about salary and titles (neither of which have anything to do with the arrest warrant) and complains Addison is lying, yet he produces no evidence to the contrary to prove it.

    Then he claims he was not arrested because he was not put in handcuffs? If there is a warrant for your arrest and you are asked to surrender yourself... it's because you're being arrested!

    And why did both newspapers say he was free on bond?

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  26. For such a social media expert why add fuel to the fire, why publish the links to iagfaud (how original) on his @flyingwithfish twitter feed as many of his airline clients follow and gain wisdom [sic] from him. This just goes to show how unprofessional he is. I hope the organisations wake up to this professional

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  27. Fish is pathetic and desperate. How long until he claims he was framed and starts begging for donations?

    WELCOME BACK FISHFRAUD!!

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  28. Stupidity never takes a vacation. Live on FishFraud.

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  29. on his iagfraud site frischling says this...

    "Additionally, Attorney Winick's letter has glaring errors, such as the ownership of the KLM Project, which the airline acknowledges as being executed by Steven Frischling of Flying With Fish. The letter also refers to my wife ... I am not now, nor have I ever been, legally married."

    he claims that the letter from the lawyer is bs and points out that he has never been married. but, if you go on any message board (especially sport shooter) he constantly refers to his wife. so frouchebag, which is it?

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  30. ^ nor is it a meaningful issue (the "wife" thingy)- another jab, another poorly executed deflection. Try again!

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  31. http://www.jud2.ct.gov/crdockets/CaseDetail.aspx?source=Pending&Key=ce9225e5-341e-4482-84b6-840cfc8ef017

    This is the case docket showing he was arrested.

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  32. ^Yup! Check out our latest blog post.

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