'Missing swimmer' Raymond Roth violates restraining order, say officials

Raymond Roth, accused of faking his drowning, was

Raymond Roth, accused of faking his drowning, was back in jail Thursday after authorities said he violated an order of protection for his wife by calling her on her cellphone. Videojournalist: Jim Staubitser and Network News LI (Aug. 16, 2012) (August 16, 2012 6:21 PM)

The Massapequa man who surrendered to police Wednesday on charges that he faked his own drowning to collect insurance money had barely been free for three hours when he violated a restraining order by calling his wife three times on her cellphone, authorities said.

Raymond Roth, 47, returned Thursday morning to arraignment court where he pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor criminal contempt...

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Who should wind up serving prison time in the Raymond Roth faked drowning case?

Raymond Roth His son, Jonathan Both Neither

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