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NT: I see in his phone records that he calls you a lot. What do you guys talk about?
RP: Just your typical friendly conversations. "Hi. How are you? How is your family? etc."
NT: Has Mr. Carasa ever asked you out on a date?
RP: No. Why?
NT: Well, some of his friends say he really likes Dominican women.
RP: Who doesn't? [Laughs.]
NT: Are you shocked that he's been arrested for making more than $70,000 in calls to the Dominican Republic that he wasn't supposed to make?
RP: Well, yes. Shocked that he was arrested. But I'm sure it's a misunderstanding. He didn't strike me as the type of person who would steal.
829-922-0673: Carasa punched those digits 96 times between June 22 and September 10 last year. A woman named Lizzie answered the phone. She would not give her last name.
New Times: Well, I'm calling to find out what you know about Cesar Carasa.
Lizzie: I don't know him.
NT: Well, I have his phone records, and they show he called you frequently.
L: This phone used to belong to my friend Karla. She knows him.
NT: Well, can you give me her new number?
L: I can give her your information so she can call you.
NT: OK. Do you know how Mr. Carasa knows Karla?
L: Karla owns a business in Santo Domingo that sells shoes and clothes. I think that's how she knows him.
NT: I see. Please give her my phone number.
L: OK, bye-bye.
Karla did not call New Times.
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