Alejandro Matos, 43, Riverview, Florida, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire, mail, and bank fraud for his role in assisting in the preparation and submission of loan applications that included numerous false and fraudulent representations relating to employment and income
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Sarah Kate Henecke, 35, also known as Alessandra Valencia Toscanelli, Las Vegas, Nevada, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a residential loan application to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Ging—Hwang “Felicia” Tsoa, 59, Broadlands, Virginia, was sentenced to 30 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for her role in a mortgage fraud conspiracy that involved approximately 36 properties in Northern Virginia and nearly $20 million in fraudulently obtained loans.
Edgar Galdamez, 37, Rockville, Maryland, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Peter J. Messitt to 18 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for wire fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme.
David Foley, 48, Los Gatos, California, was sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine for engaging in a conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.
Linda Yarleque, 44, and her husband, Fabio Moreno Vargas, 46, Westwood, New Jersey, were both convicted of one count each of bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
Sean Patrick Gjerde, 37, Elk Grove, California, was sentenced by United States District Judge John A. Mendez to two and a half years in prison for conspiring to commit mortgage fraud and make false statements in loan applications.
Robert Mikail, 41, formerly of Ashburn, Virginia, pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bank fraud in connection with his role in fraudulent mortgage loan transactions involving approximately 36 properties in northern Virginia and nearly $20 million in fraudulently obtained loans.
Sylvia Odia Thomas, 40, formerly of West Chester, Ohio was sentenced to 30 months in prison, three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $313,021 in restitution to lenders and $95,422.14 to the IRS for crimes she committed as part of a mortgage fraud scheme.
Kenneth Koehler, 43, Baltimore, Maryland, was sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by two years of supervised release for conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme in which fraudulent loans were obtained on six properties, all of which subsequently went into foreclosure.Continue Reading...