Crooked Greenville Car Dealer Caught

Arrested in Maryland

Patrick Gentry
July 12, 2019 - 3:11 pm

Greenville police said Friday a former Lexus of Greenville salesman wanted for swindling more than $80,000 by altering customer purchase and lease contracts is now behind bars.

June 4, police said 50-year-old Kenneth Galloway Jr. of Simpsonville is charged with three counts of breach of trust, 10 counts of forgery $10,000 or more, and 10 counts of financial transaction card fraud of $500 or more.

The 23 warrants were issued following more than 119 different investigations between July 2016 and October 2018.

Galloway routinely pocketed cash given to him for down payments on purchases and leases for dealership vehicles.

Greenville police posted an update Friday on Facebook that Galloway had been arrested in Maryland.

According to the Greenville County Detention Center website, Galloway was booked on June 25.

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