Jeffrey Witt, St. Charles, Missouri, was arrested on an indictment charging him with falsifying documents to obtain a line of credit on a St. Louis County, Missouri, home which did not belong to him, as well as aggravated identity theft.
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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.
William Glasgow, 72, Town and Country, Missouri, James Crews, 56, Wentzville, Missouri, and Michael Hilbert, 62, St. Charles, Missouri, surrendered on January 10, 2014, to authorities on two separate indictments alleging bank fraud against TARP recipient Excel Bank.
James Arthur Nash, Jr., 43, and Arman Nshanian, 37, both of Corona, California, two deputies of the Los Angeles County, California, Sheriff’s Department were convicted in federal court for their roles in an $11 million mortgage fraud scheme.
Jeffrey Morriss, 48, Kansas City, Missouri, a special agent for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), pleaded guilty in federal court to making false statements to FBI agents in regard to a more than $800,000 mortgage fraud scheme.
Richard Saddler, St. Louis County, Missouri, owned Omicron Capital LLC, a company in the business of assisting customers in refinancing commercial and real estate loans, has been indicted on fraud charges.
Elizabeth Glosemeyer, St. Louis County, Missouri, was indicted on two counts of wire fraud.
Jon Nevins, 40, Leawood, Kansas, a straw buyer, was convicted in federal court of mortgage fraud.Continue Reading...
Martin T. Sigillito, 63, Webster Groves, Missouri, an attorney and clergyman, will spend the rest of his life in prison for leading a fraud conspiracy that stole more than $56 million from its victims.Continue Reading...
Robert Charles Ramirez, 38, Salinas, California, and William Troy Goings, 37, Sacramento, California, have been sentenced in federal court for their roles in an $8.5 million mortgage fraud scheme that contributed to the failure of a Sugar Creek, Missouri, bank.Continue Reading...