Hundreds turn out for White auction

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More than 1,000 people from nine states attended an auction Saturday of hundreds of items seized from Christopher P. White, the founder of bankrupt developer Premier Properties USA Inc.

The auction, held at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Noblesville, was managed by Key Auctioneers of Avon. Key declined to say how much money the auction raised but in an e-mail to IBJ called it "very successful."

Items sold include several Vespa scooters, a 22-foot pontoon boat, baby grand piano, foosball table, flat-panel TVs, dumbbells, wine racks, bongo drums and a "large quantity of costumes."


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