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In This Issue...

Real Estate Agent Admits Leadership Role in Mortgage Scam
Identity Thief Admits Mortgage Fraud
Fugitive Real Estate Developer Charged with Fraud
Conspirator Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud
Man Sentenced for Stealing Mortgage Payments
14 Charged with $58M Mortgage Fraud Scheme
Appraisers, Loan Officers and Straw Buyers Charged with Mortgage Fraud Crimes
Brokerage Manager Sentenced for Straw Buyer Scheme
3 Admit Reverse Mortgage Fraud
27 Indicted for Mortgage Fraud Crimes
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Real Estate Agent Admits Leadership Role in Mortgage Scam

Robert Alexander, 36, Phoenix, Arizona pleaded guilty for his role as a real estate agent representing buyers who purchased multiple homes with loan applications containing false information and...

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Identity Thief Admits Mortgage Fraud

Jose Ricardo Ramirez, 44, Adelphi, Maryland, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Peter J. Messitte to 18 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for wire fraud in connection...

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Fugitive Real Estate Developer Charged with Fraud

Paul John McMann, 52, Weston, Massachusetts, a real estate developer and entrepreneur, has been indicted and charged with defrauding numerous individuals through the use of fraudulent bank...

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Conspirator Sentenced for Mortgage Fraud

Jose Arnaldo Rosario, Miami-Dade County, Florida, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jose A. Martinez to 46 months in prison, to be followed by 3 years of supervised release, for his role in a...

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Man Sentenced for Stealing Mortgage Payments

Joseph Lawrence Yorkus, 50, Las Vegas, Nevada, was sentenced by Judge Linda Bell to prison in connection with a mortgage scam involving Nevada homeowners.

 




14 Charged with $58M Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Gerard Canino, 50, Merrick, NY; Ian Katz, 32, Keller, TX; Omar Guzman, 38, East Quogue; James Vignola, 31, Freeport, NY; Henry Richards, 48, Jamaica, NY; Robert Thornton, 64, Merrick, NY; Neal...

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Appraisers, Loan Officers and Straw Buyers Charged with Mortgage Fraud Crimes

Two residential real estate appraisers are among 14 defendants who allegedly engaged in three separate mortgage fraud schemes involving four homes. Federal agents posed as straw buyers of houses,...

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Brokerage Manager Sentenced for Straw Buyer Scheme

Micah Meyers, 32, Copiague, New York, was sentenced in Manhattan federal court to 60 months in prison for his role in a sub-prime mortgage fraud scheme involving dozens of residential mortgages that...

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3 Admit Reverse Mortgage Fraud

Louis Gendason, 42, Delray Beach, Florida, Kimberly Mackey, 46, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and John Incandela, 24, Palm Beach, Florida, each plead guilty to their participation in a $2.5 million Home...

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27 Indicted for Mortgage Fraud Crimes

27 South Florida residents have been indicted on charges stemming from their participation in a series of mortgage fraud schemes that resulted in more than $30 million in fraudulent loans.

 





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