Former Chamber of Commerce President Admits Lying for $0.6 Million Mortgage
Former Filipino Chamber of Commerce President Stephen Callo pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to wire fraud for lying about his income to secure a $553,501 loan to buy a Makakilo home in 2006.
10-Year Sentence Cut to 2 Months in $13 Million Mortgage Fraud Case
FORT WORTH, Texas -- State District Judge George Gallagher has ordered the shock-probation release of a woman who has served less than two months of a 10-year sentence for a key role in a $13 million mortgage fraud, prosecutors said Saturday.
Prison for California Mortgage Broker
A Santa Margarita, Calif., man was recently sentenced to prison for participating in a complex mortgage fraud scheme operated out of Santa Maria, Calif.
California Development Company Linked to Mortgage Fraud
Employees of a Seeno, Calif., development company have been implicated in a mortgage fraud ring, expanding an investigation into real estate dealings by the Contra Costa construction family's various corporations.
Prison for Las Vegas Realtor in $10 Million Mortgage Fraud Case
A Las Vegas real estate agent who took part in a mortgage fraud scheme that netted more than $10 million in fraudulent home loans was sentenced Wednesday by a federal judge to serve more than five years in prison.
Former Mortgage Firm President Headed for Prison
A Kansas federal judge sentenced an Overland Park, Kan., man to two years in prison Monday for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Former Dallas Cowboy Sentenced to Hard Time
Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Eugene Lockhart Jr. was sentenced Wednesday to 41/2 years in prison for playing a leading role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme.
Guilty Plea in Case Involving Fake Home Appraisals
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Cynthia Fortenberry, a former mortgage broker who was facing seven felony charges of falsifying loan documents in an Horry County real estate-related fraud case, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Tuesday -- one day before her trial was to begin in federal court in Florence.
2 Mortgage Fraud Cases, 1 Indictment, 1 Guilty Plea
Three of the key figures in a 2007 deal in which a learning disabled man was duped into buying an inner city home are facing unrelated federal mortgage fraud charges.
Defendant in $45 Million Mortgage Fraud Case Changes Plea
A Summerville, S.C., man charged with masterminding a $45 million mortgage fraud plans to formally change his plea later this month.
3 Women in $10 Million Mortgage Fraud Case Headed to Prison
Three women who helped a Puyallup, Wash., banker become Pierce County's king of bad mortgage loans learned Wednesday the price of their perfidy.