Sep 2, 2015 7:29 PM
PORTSMOUTH – Joe Kelly, owner of the Portsmouth shop ‘I Like That’ is making a profit after a former Portsmouth police officer did not receive the inheritance he thought.
Aaron Goodwin is now plastered on T-shirts that read “Nice try” and “Straight out of inheritance” after a judge ruled in late August that he influenced the elderly woman in order to get a $2 million inheritance.
Goodwin is no longer a Portsmouth police officer but now his face can often be seen around Portsmouth with the T-shirt selections.
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