Con man posed as doctor, lawyer and rabbi, Broward authorities say
He’s on probation for practicing law without a license. He’s charged with carrying a foreign diplomat’s passport. He got a badge from a Broward hospital identifying him as a doctor and clergyman. His second wife believed he was a rabbi.
But David Vyner only has one true profession: con artist, according to the Broward sheriff’s detective who spent months piecing together the Armenian immigrant’s life in South Florida.
“One day he becomes a lawyer. One day he becomes a doctor. One day he becomes a rabbi,” said Detective John Calabro. “He has delusions of grandeur.”