Montgomery Joseph Isner, 47, Capital Heights, Maryland, was convicted of bank fraud in federal court for misrepresenting himself as the owner of a parcel of real property in Berkeley County, West Virginia, in order to fraudulently obtain a loan in the amount of $60,000.
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Brian W. Harrison, 56, Great Bend, Kansas, a former loan officer for a bank in Great Bend, was sentenced to six months in prison followed by six months home detention for bank fraud. Harrison falsified credit and loan applications, promissory notes and security agreements without proper authority.
Aleksandr Kravchenko, 36, King County, Washington, who fled to Moldova, in Eastern Europe before being indicted by a federal grand jury for 55 loans fraudulently obtained from Westsound Bank, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Seattle to five years in prison.
Maximus A. Yaney, 38, New York, New York, pled guilty to mortgage fraud and was sentenced by United States District Judge J. Phil Gilbert to 18 months in federal prison, followed by two years of supervised release. Yaney made several misrepresentations and engaged in numerous fraudulent acts in order to persuade lenders to finance the purported $9,780,000 sale of one of the rental properties.
Mark Yaffe, 55, Tampa, Florida, has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud admitting his role in misrepresenting the extent of company collateral to Sovereign Bank in order to borrow $35 million.
Arlene Jeanette Mojardin, 32, Bakersfield, California, was sentenced by United States District Judge Anthony W. Ishii to two years and six months in prison for conspiring to commit bank fraud, mail fraud, and wire fraud, in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme in Bakersfield.
Lynwood Patrick, Jr., 39, East Hartford, Connecticut, was arrested on a federal criminal complaint charging him with wire fraud in connection with his submission of a fraudulent application for a personal mortgage modification. Continue Reading…
Shawn Davis, 44, Huntersville, North Carolina. and Darren Eugene Littles, 47, Charlotte, North Carolina, were sentenced to prison by U.S. District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr. for their role in a scheme involving more than $1 million in fraudulent loans.
Kimberly Haslacker, 39, Romney, West Virginia, was convicted of bank fraud in federal court after she admitted to using her position as a bank loan officer to obtain fraudulent loans.
John C. McBride, 66, Boston, Massachusetts, who was disbarred in 2007 after practicing law for more than three decades, was sentenced to federal prison for tax and bank fraud violations. His crimes arose in connection with recording fraudulent tax and bank releases on his seaside Marblehead, Massachusetts home and his vacation home in Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard. Both properties were later foreclosed on.