Din Chaney, 36, and Lisa Lipton, 50, the final two defendants charged for their roles in a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme operating in the Houston, Texas area have been ordered to prison.
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Sondra Tredaway, 65, Mission, Texas, a former bank officer with Texas State Bank has been ordered to federal prison for defrauding her former employer to the tune of approximately $2.4 million. The defendant used her position as branch manager to create more than 58 fictitious loans and used the proceeds for her own benefit.
Donna Shirley Cobb, 53, Aledo, Texas, woman has been sentenced to federal prison for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving 28 properties located in the Eastern District of Texas.
Julius Williams, 43, McKinney, Texas, has been sentenced to federal prison in connection with a combination foreclosure rescue, grow house and drug distribution scheme in the Eastern District of Texas…
Vathany Teng, 43, and Lina Ma, 55, both of Plano, Texas, were sentenced for their roles in a loan fraud scheme they ran from August 2007 to April 2008 that resulted in the total funding of more than $3 million in fraudulent loans.
Walter Ryan Macapaz, 36, Houston, Texas, has been ordered to prison along with Tony David Maldonado, 33, Houston, a businessman, and Buffy Marie Lawrence, an attorney and former mortgage loan officer, for their roles in a scheme to defraud residential mortgage lenders of more than $22 million in loans.
Jarrod Williams, 34, McKinney, Texas, has been sentenced to federal prison in connection with a combination foreclosure rescue and drug distribution scheme in the Eastern District of Texas.
Samuel Ray Palasota, 53, Houston, Texas, has been ordered to federal prison following his convictions on multiple counts of mail and wire fraud.
Lacie Devine, 35, Edinburg, Texas, has pleaded guilty to federal charges in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme.
Jerry Goh, 51, Allen, Texas, who pleaded guilty in April 2013 to one count of a misprision of a felony stemming from his involvement in a loan fraud scheme was sentenced by U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey.