Samuel R. VanSickle, a/k/a Donald Blunt, Jacob Aiken, Allen Helms, Paul Walsh, and William Hall, Attorney, 49, Accident, Maryland, and Louis W. Strosnider, III, 47, Oakland, Maryland, have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges related to a $3.7 million bank fraud conspiracy.
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Lisa Gerideau-Williams, 47, Kensington, Pennsylvania, has been sentenced in federal court to 135 months in prison on her convictions of filing false tax returns, failing to file tax returns, and mail fraud.
Gari-Mark Thomas, 38, Michigan, formerly of Norwalk, Connecticut, waived his right to indictment and pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas P. Smith in Hartford to one count of conspiracy to defraud the Federal Housing Authority through a mortgage fraud scheme.
Regina Shields, 41, Cincinnati, Ohio, was sentenced in US. District Court to 12 months and one day in prison and ordered to pay $202,806 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service and the lender she defrauded in a mortgage fraud scam.
Jose Filgueiras, 43, and his wife, Raquel Filgueiras, 39, both of Miami, Florida, were sentenced for their roles in a $2.4 million mortgage fraud scheme.
Eric Gagnepain, 41, Nixa, MIssouri, who was a co-owner of Greenleaf Companies, has pleaded guilty in federal court to aiding and abetting a bank fraud conspiracy that was part of a multi-million-dollar mortgage investment scheme.
David R. Sharrock, 71, Mansfield, Ohio, was sentenced to 135 months in prison and ordered to pay $767,462 in restitution for his role a mortgage fraud scheme which caused approximately $1.3 million in losses to five lending institutions.
Mayor Eldridge Walker is facing charges following indictment by a Sharkey County, Mississippi, Grand Jury for his alleged role in submitting false documents to Federal Home Loan Bank.
Blair Christopher Hanloh, 50, Long Beach, California, was sentenced to four years in state prison for recording false quitclaim deeds on several residential properties as part of an elaborate scheme to possess and rent out properties valued at over $3.5 million.
Laurance H. Freed, 51, Chicago, Illinois, and Caroline Walters, 53, of Palatine, Illinois, two executives of a prominent Chicago real estate development company, were indicted on federal fraud charges alleging that they lied about and concealed unpaid property taxes, the double-pledging of public financing notes issued by the City of Chicago, and the company’s default on those notes so they could secure credit extensions and payments from the city at a time when they knew their firm was having serious financial difficulties.