February 3, 2023


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Woman arrested for running ‘illegal’ business claiming to fix customer’s credit issues, Pct. 4 says

HARRIS COUNTY – A Humble woman was arrested on Sunday for her alleged involvement in a $3,300,000 finance scheme conducted by means of her credit score mend organization, Harris County Precinct 4 officers explained.

In accordance to Constable Mark Herman, deputies conducted a raid at Rose Credit history Mend in the 15300 block of John F. Kennedy Boulevard in north Harris County.

Court paperwork state the business’s proprietor, 29-calendar year-old Roekeicha Lashay Brisby, was involved in the plan which commenced about Nov. 2020 and lasted until finally March 2022.

The file states Brisby applied “fifty or more goods of determining facts,” generally the names, dates of beginning, social security quantities, and ID’s, of the victims included.

Paperwork also state Brisby filed all over 133 false reviews about the reduction or theft of credit rating playing cards, although searching for to erase about $1,400,000 in customer personal debt on behalf of 74 people today.


After a lengthy investigation within of the small business, deputies found information and facts indicating that Brisby’s company “would resolve people’s credit score by unlawful implies.”

Shots taken by investigators present a banner from Rose Credit rating Repair service that promises to support customers “raise their credit history score by 50-100 details,” and “use the Regulation to eliminate widespread errors” such as late payments, bankruptcies, and settlements.

The business enterprise also claimed that consumers would see benefits “in 35 times or significantly less.”

Brisby has been charged with felony Forgery of a Authorities instrument in this case.

She is predicted in court on Monday, July 11.

After additional investigation, KPRC 2 uncovered that this is not Brisby’s initial arrest.

Again in 2019, Brisby was arrested and billed with injury to a little one immediately after authorities say she and her boyfriend placed her then 7-calendar year-aged son in a scalding hot shower soon after the child reportedly misbehaved at faculty.


Her boyfriend at the time, Mark Terrell, was accused of forcing the baby to stand in a shower as he sprayed him with the warm h2o, ensuing in burns on his head, encounter, neck and upper body.

She was in a position to put up a $125,000 bond and is envisioned again in court docket for that charge on Oct. 3, 2022.

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Precinct 4 will hold a news conference Monday morning at 10 a.m. to clearly show supplemental pics of the woman’s small business, and the precise arrest, in addition facts on the investigation.

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