Realtor Fired After Allegedly Tossing Dead Animals at Neighbor's Home

Friday, Jul 5, 2013  |  Updated 11:56 AM EDT
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Realtor Fired After Allegedly Tossing Dead Animals at Neighbor's Home

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An attorney for a Main Line real estate agent facing accusations in connection with dead animal carcasses thrown at a neighbor's home says she has been fired.

Philly.com reports 34-year-old Andrea Straub's position with Prudential Fox & Roach was terminated Wednesday. That's according to her attorney, George Bochetto.

Straub and her husband, Jonathan, are accused of disorderly conduct and harassment. Authorities allege surveillance video implicates them in a scheme to hamper the sale of the neighbor's million-dollar home in Lower Merion. Police say the video shows someone tossing dead mice and snakes on the driveway.

The Straubs and their neighbor both had their homes up for sale at the time.

The couple's attorneys say they're upstanding people who will fight the charges. Bochetto says they're victims of “horrible falsities.”

 

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