Nathan Shane Wolf, 42, Charlotte, North Carolina, Denetria Montresa Myles, 42, Charlotte, were convicted following a week-and-a-half-long trial by a federal jury on all charges relating to a $75 million racketeering conspiracy.
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Six individuals, including three mortgage brokers and a real estate agent, have agreed to pay civil penalties ranging from $5,000 to $85,000 to the United States to resolve civil fraud allegations stemming from false statements they made on mortgage loan applications.
R.A. North Development, Inc., R.A., North Development, LLC, Southeastern Waterfront Marketing, Inc., William Garith Allen, Randolph M. Allen, R Douglas Therrell, Kenneth Bednar, and Michael Woolard are the subjects of a consent judgment for their roles in a real estate scam.
Sember Lynn Smathers, 49, formerly of Shelby, North Carolina, a former real estate agent, pleaded guilty on Monday, August 26, 2013, to selling household appliances she unlawfully removed from vacant homes owned by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Michelle V. Mallard, 46, Charlotte, North Carolina, a former lawyer, pleaded guilty mid-trial on Wednesday, July 10, 2013, to mortgage fraud-related charges.
Randy Alan Carpenter, 54, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, pled guilty to charges contained in the indictment, though the contents of the plea agreement remain sealed.
Dennis Wayne Parris, Senior Vice President of Phoenix Housing Group (PHG), has been indicted in the Western District of North Carolina and charged with conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud.
Kenneth Egri, 55, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Dean Huffman, 57, formerly of Charlotte, were sentenced to lengthy prison terms for their role in a mortgage fraud conspiracy that primarily targeted neighborhoods in Union and Mecklenburg counties, North Carolina.Continue Reading...
James Thomas Webb, 51, has been charged in a 50 count indictment for his alleged role in an appraisal fraud scheme resulting in blighted neighborhoods after borrowers defaulted on the loans.Continue Reading...
Darren K. Phillips, a real estate investor, pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit mail fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions held in Raleigh, North Carolina, and surrounding areas.Continue Reading...