Missing Fla. Lawyer Turns Himself in to FBI
BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) - A suspended South Florida lawyer suspected of disappearing with more than $3 million from his law firm's client accounts has turned himself in to the FBI.
The Palm Beach Post reports FBI agents are interviewing 55-year-old Timothy McCabe of Boca Raton, who turned himself in Thursday morning.
Federal agents filed a criminal complaint Wednesday against McCabe, charging him with wire and bank fraud.
McCabe's wife said he went missing April 2. His partner said McCabe had financial problems.
Investigators have uncovered emails McCabe sent to his partner saying that he had committed unspecified wrongdoing. His wife told investigators her husband sent her an email saying he had made bad business decisions.
The Florida Supreme Court suspended McCabe's license to practice law in April.
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