12th Guilty Plea in California Mortgage Fraud Case
A 12th defendant in the Crisp & Cole mortgage fraud case has signed a plea agreement, leaving only three people to face trial Feb. 4, the new start date.
Police Lieutenant, Frmr Bank CEO Arrested for Mortgage Fraud
An owner of Chicago realty business who also led a now-defunct Chicago bank was arrested today on federal bank fraud charges involving an alleged scheme to illegally provide a $650,000 mortgage for the purchase of a South Side apartment building.
Civil, Criminal Mortgage Fraud Cases Concluded
A Redding, Calif., man has been sentenced in federal court in Sacramento, and a San Diego County loan processing firm has agreed to a civil settlement in separate mortgage fraud cases.
Realtor Cops Plea in Big CA Mortgage Fraud Case
Michael Angelo Munoz, a former real estate agent and defendant in Bakersfield's Crisp & Cole mortgage fraud case, has agreed to plead guilty to two counts of mail fraud, the U.S. Attorneys Office announced Tuesday.
Family's Pleas Fail to Prevent Prison for Mom in Mortgage Fraud Case
Pleas by two sons, a daughter and a father didn't stop a federal judge yesterday from ordering Deborah L. Kistner to prison for a $9 million mortgage fraud that stretched from Ohio to Florida.
Appraiser Gets 1.5 Yrs in $100 Mil Mortgage Fraud Case
A Jefferson Hills, Pa., woman told a federal judge on Thursday that her insecurities led her to help her brother commit a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud and lie about threats to her husband, a federal drug enforcement agent.