Stephanie Hand, 49, Livingston, New Jersey, a lawyer, Julio Concepcion, 48, Passaic, New Jersey, and Thomas D’Anna, 38, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, were indicted on charges that they conspired to steal approximately $873,520 from a lender by using stolen identities to file fraudulent mortgage loan applications for two real estate transactions, falsifying settlement statements and diverting loan proceeds.
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Maria DeJesus-Guzman, 36, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was charged in a four count indictment with loan application fraud, passport fraud, falsely representing to be a United States citizen, and aggravated identity theft.
Robert Hans Schenk, 52, Pacific Palisades, California, was sentenced on September 6, 2013, to four years in prison for wire fraud.
Ruben Oscar Palagonia, 67, San Bernardino, California, was arraigned in San Bernardino Superior Court on Forgery and Identity Theft charges for allegedly obtaining a home mortgage loan with false credit information.
Gloria Nereida Valle-Clas, 48, and Alexander Gonzalez, 40, Loxahatchee, Florida, have been indicted on charges that they used aliases to acquire real estate while continuing to receive government benefits.
Adorean Boleancu, 47, Napa, California, has been indicted and charged with 27 counts of bank fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, and aggravated identity theft. The indictment alleges that Boleancu executed a fraud scheme by forging more than $1.8 million in checks written on accounts of an elderly, widowed client for his personal benefit.
Kimberly Eileen McMillian, a/k/a Kimberly Simmons and Kimberly Simmons McMillian, 46, Baltimore, Maryland, and Glenroy E. Day, Sr., 73, Oxon Hill, Maryland, pleaded guilty to wire fraud in connection with a fraud scheme involving more than $1 million in fraudulently obtained mortgages.
Tobechi Eyinna Onwuhara, 33, Dallas, Texas, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and computer fraud.
Peterson Cherimond, 36, Dorchester, Massachusetts, was sentenced for operating a mortgage fraud scheme to sell his own home and to buy other residential properties.
Kenneth H. DiPasquale, 38, Morgantown, West Virginia, was sentenced today to 42 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for his role in a series of fraudulent mortgage loan transactions, including one in which he stole an individual’s identity and “sold” that individual his home for a nearly $320,000 profit.