Wells Fargo given OK to auction Pazuzu Algarad home where bodies were found in backyard

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Pazuzu Algarad

CLEMMONS, N.C. — The first of two foreclosure steps has been taken on the Clemmons home where human skeletal remains were found buried in the backyard in October, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

Wells Fargo Bank was granted permission Tuesday to conduct a foreclosure auction at the Forsyth County Courthouse for the residence at 2749 Knob Hill Drive. The hearing date tentatively has been set for April 7.

Wells Fargo Bank is listed as the holder of the property and Trustee Services of Carolina LLC as trustee. The amount owed on the house was listed at $126,393 — the same as in a Jan. 14 filing on the county register of deeds website.

“At this time, we plan to move forward with the foreclosure and to demolish the property once that is completed, but we don’t have any specifics we can share at this time,” Wells Fargo spokesman Josh Dunn said.

Read full story: The Winston-Salem Journal

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