Craig C. Garrick, Jr., 42, of Alpine, Utah, was ordered to serve 12 months and one day in federal prison at a hearing on February 10, after being convicted of securities fraud in federal court. Garrick previously pleaded guilty to
U.S. Attorney Andrew Birge announced today that Wavy Curtis Shain, 38, of La Grange, Kentucky was sentenced to 24 months in federal prison for conspiring to commit mail fraud. Shain pleaded guilty to the charge in September 2020. U.S. District
Karla Suzanne Spiker has been sentenced for her role laundering money for an international telephone scam. Spiker began laundering money after having been a victim of a mortgage scam, which is believed to have originated in India.
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A federal grand jury has indicted a real estate developer and three others for allegedly participating in a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded financial institutions out of at least $3 million.
ANDRZEJ LAJEWSKI, who owned Des Plaines-based Highland Consulting
Edwin Josue Herrera Rosales aka “Josh Herrera,” 34, Washington pleaded guilty today to a conspiracy to defraud approximately 1,000 distressed homeowners facing foreclosure. Herrera Rosales pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with his operation of
A Nevada man was charged in an indictment Wednesday for his alleged participation in a scheme to defraud multiple financial institutions by filing bank loan applications that fraudulently sought more than $1.9 million
Disgraced former Seattle area professional soccer player and team owner Dion Earl pleaded guilty Monday to federal tax fraud in a third criminal case for which he faces prison.
Earl, 48, was serving a 12-year prison term for two Arizona sexual
Federal prosecutors have charged a Miami nurse with fraud and other crimes in a criminal complaint that accuses him of lying on coronavirus relief loan applications and fraudulently obtaining close to half a million dollars in relief money intended to
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) filed a lawsuit against LendUp Loans, LLC (LendUp). The Bureau alleges that LendUp violated the Military Lending Act (MLA) in connection with its extensions of credit. LendUp, which has its principal
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