CT Man Admits to Mortgage Fraud During Trial
HARTFORD, Conn. -- A Waterford man admitted in federal court on Thursday that he played a role in a mortgage fraud scheme that netted him and others $1.2 million, federal officials said.
Mortgage Company President Sentenced to 3 Years
A Vallejo, Calif., woman has been sentenced to three years in prison for her role in a money laundering and mortgage-fraud scheme involving more than 18 Northern California properties, federal prosecutors said Friday.
Husband, Wife Among 6 Indicted for Mortgage Fraud
A Severn, Md., couple and Gambrills, Md., woman are among six people charged with using stolen identities -- along with phony employment and credit histories -- to obtain more than $3.5 million in home mortgage loans, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore announced Thursday.
Sympathetic Judge Gives Broker Probation for Mortgage Fraud
The former owner of a Madison, Wis., mortgage brokerage firm was sentenced Wednesday to a year of probation for her role in a scheme in which false income information on a borrower was submitted to a lender.
Duke Skips Out on 13-Year Mortgage Fraud Sentence
The government feared he would flee -- and he did.
2.5 Years in Prison for Attorney in Mortgage Fraud Case
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A Wilton lawyer has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for his role in a Fairfield County mortgage fraud scheme.
Woman Ponders Why She Was Only Beazer Executive Convicted
Even her husband hasn't seen it.