30 Properties Net Mortgage Fraud Defendant 11 Years
A man who pleaded guilty in a $15 million mortgage fraud scheme was sentenced this week to 11 years in federal prison.
$9 Mil Mortgage Fraud Defendant Gets Break on Sentencing
More than six years after his arrest on charges that he led a multimillion-dollar mortgage-fraud scheme based in southeastern Connecticut, Jose Guzman of Waterford was sentenced Thursday in Hartford's U.S. District Court to more than four years in prison.
Husband, Wife Plead Guilty to Massive Mortgage Fraud
FRESNO, Calif. -- David Marshall Crisp and his wife, Jennifer Anne Crisp, both pleaded guilty Monday afternoon in U.S. District Court to charges stemming from their roles in the Crisp & Cole mortgage fraud case that prosecutors said cost banks $20 million.
7.5 Years for Developer in $22 Mil Mortgage Fraud Case
A Gold Hill, Ore., man who spearheaded a massive mortgage-fraud scheme was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison and ordered to pay $22 million in restitution.
14th Guilty Defendant in $20 Mil Mortgage Fraud Case
David Crisp, the alleged kingpin behind Bakersfield, Calif.'s, massive Crisp & Cole mortgage fraud case, has agreed to admit to one felony count of conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud.
5 Yrs for FL Man in $3 Million Mortgage Fraud Case
A Lake Mary, Fla., businessman was sentenced to five years in federal prison for running a roughly $3 million real estate scheme, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Guilty Verdict in Construction Loan Fraud Case
A federal jury found Keith Churn, 44, of Nashville, Tenn., guilty of bank fraud Friday, according to David Rivera, U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Former Chicago Cop Cops Plea in Mortgage Fraud Case
A former longtime Chicago police lieutenant pleaded guilty today to participating in a mortgage fraud scheme involving a Northwest Side real estate mogul and a crooked former suburban police chief.
Early Prison Exit for Ailing Mortgage Fraud Convict
Federal inmate No. 67929-061 -- better known as Marsha K. Parenteau -- will be released from prison seven months early to deal with a medical problem.
Investors Victimized in Mortgage Fraud Operation
Two men were sentenced today in federal court in Sacramento, Calif., in two related mail fraud cases involving the purchase and sale of 24 Sacramento-area homes in 2007 and 2008.
Distressed Borrowers Burned in Mortgage Fraud Scheme
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Federal agents arrested two Stockton residents Wednesday in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme.