Hrong Arman Gasparian, 67, Fishers, Indiana, was convicted of 10 counts of wire fraud after a three-day jury trial before U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker. He was convicted for his involvement in two fraudulent schemes that swindled prospective borrowers of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Eloise Blackmon, Gary, Indiana, was sentenced to 10 months in prison for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme. Upon release, Blackmon was also sentenced to supervised release for a period of two years. The scheme involved the purchase and sale of up to 25 properties. The defendant and her co-conspirators submitted false and fraudulent documents to lenders in order to qualify the borrowers for loans.
Jeffrey Youngheim, 47, Portage, Indiana, and Richard Loveless, 52, Gary, Indiana, were sentenced by District Judge Joseph Van Bokkelen for their roles in a large-scale mortgage fraud scheme.
John Carlisle, 49, New Haven, Indiana, pled guilty before Magistrate Judge Christopher A. Nuechterlein to the felony offense of making false statements and reports regarding mortgage loans and aiding and abetting in such conduct.
Brian Edwards, 50, Fort Wayne, Indiana was sentenced by District Judge Jon E. DeGuilio to 21 months imprisonment, 2 years supervised release and of $400,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to the felony offense of making false statement in connection with a mortgage loan and mortgage insurance.
Todd Van Natta, Seymour and Columbus, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge William T. Lawrence to 60 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to 10 counts of bank fraud, three counts of wire fraud, and two counts of tax fraud.
Shela Amos, Indianapolis, Indiana, was sentenced to 34 years for defrauding victims by using the vacant home sale scheme whereby the defendant sold homes she did not own.
Randall Causey, 48, Gary, Indiana, was sentenced by Senior District Judge Rudy Lozano to 108 months imprisonment and 3 years of supervised release after being found guilty at trial of the felony offenses of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud.Continue Reading...
Philip Rucker, 39, Gary, Indiana, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scam involving loan application misrepresentations. Rucker was a recruiter in the scheme locating individuals to purchase real estate.Continue Reading...
Blue Chip Group, Inc., a Nevada company, and Certified Legal Processing and Legal Preparation Services, a California company, each operating as foreclosure consultants, face Indiana state lawsuits after taking more than $2,600 from local homeowners and not providing services or refunds.Continue Reading...