Sentence Handed Down in $1.3 Million OK Case
EDMOND, Okla. -- A judge has sentenced an Oklahoma man to 40 months in federal prison for his role in a conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with mortgage loans.
Loan Officer Among 3 Indicted in $1 Million Case
A mortgage fraud indictment unsealed Thursday in Sacramento federal court charges three men with a scheme that ultimately caused property foreclosures and more than $1 million in losses to lenders.
Guilty Plea in $7 Million Scam
A Las Vegas man who formerly worked as a mortgage broker in Chester County pleaded guilty Thursday for his role in a $7 million mortgage scam.
Town Official Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud
Richard A. Sand, 59, of White Bear Township, was sentenced to 30 months in prison today for his role in a $2 million fraudulent loan scheme.
4th Plea in $2.9 Million Case
A fourth person has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Lexington, Ky., in connection with a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scam.
Mortgage Broker Pleads Guilty
ST. LOUIS -- A St. Charles County, Mo., mortgage broker pleaded guilty to two federal wire fraud charges late Monday and admitted a mortgage fraud involving four St. Louis homes that cost lenders more than $200,000.
Title Agent Admits Role in Appraisal Fraud
A Florida title agent has pleaded guilty to playing a role in a scheme that utilized fraudulent appraisals.
Former Cowboy to Plead Guilty
Eugene Lockhart Jr. is scheduled to plead guilty in a mortgage fraud case this afternoon before a federal judge.
Couples Plead Guilty
Two brothers admitted to lying on their tax returns, while their wives pleaded guilty to using fake documents to finance real estate.
2 Guilty in $2.9 Million Case
Two Virginia men were sentenced in federal court for fraudulently obtaining $2.9 million in mortgage loans from 2006 to 2009.
Ringleader in $10 Million Case Sentenced
The former manager of an Islip, N.Y., mortgage broker has been sentenced to 5 years in prison for coordinating a fraud ring that allegedly bilked $10 million out of lenders.
Dozens Indicted in Massive Case
Dozens of defendants have been charged in an alleged mortgage fraud operation that cost lenders more than $30 million.
4 Convicted in $3.2 Million Scheme Seek Lesser Sentences
Four Connecticut defendants who were found guilty in a $3.2 million mortgage fraud case hope to get off with lighter sentences.
Woman Pleads Guilty to Mortgage Fraud, Lying to IRS
One of four family members charged in an Illinois case has admitted that she tried to deceive the Internal Revenue Service about her husband's income, though her admission of mortgage fraud is far more serious.
Imprisoned Man Indicted for Fraud
A California man who is already in state prison for swindling $208,000 from victims and awaiting trial on a 30-count federal indictment has been federally indicted once again for his suspected involvement in a mortgage fraud scheme that cost lenders $3.2 million in California's Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties.
Judge Lets Former Official Off With Trivial Sentence
A former county official will get less than four years in prison after admitting to his role in an $80 million mortgage fraud scheme -- far less than the quarter century he was facing. Even worse, the judge required no restitution and will let him serve out his sentence concurrently with another sentence for different crime.