Daniel Cardenas, 37, Tampa, Florida, was sentenced today to 18 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. According to court documents, from as early as October 2007 through May 2008, Cardenas and others conspired to execute a wire fraud scheme affecting financial institutions.

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Nicholson was jailed for eight years and Proctor for four. to now facing a prison sentence in your mid 30s.’ Both pleaded guilty to four counts of burglary and two counts of fraud. Nicholson, of.

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Posted: 5:10 PM, February 04, 2015 Updated: 5:10 PM, February 04, 2015. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville woman was sentenced to two years in prison and must pay $49,000 for her involvement in a mortgage fraud scheme. Brandee Tumpkin, 29, was also sentenced to three years probation after she’s released from prison.

Florida mortgage company owner gets 11 years in prison for leading massive fraud scheme ‘Ringleader’ of massive mortgage fraud scheme gets 5 years for targeting Hispanics Ben Lane is the Managing.

How dirty is Miami real estate? Secret home deals dried up when feds started watching An anti-money-laundering crackdown on secret, cash deals for pricey homes in Miami-Dade County and Manhattan will be expanded to other luxury real estate markets in Florida, New York, California and Texas, the federal government announced Wednesday. Because buyers can cloak their identities.

He’s facing 20 behind bars for allegedly orchestrating the largest racketeering scheme on. credit card fraud and health care fraud. They are alleged to have operated in New York, Philadelphia, New.

A man from Elk Grove, California, was recently sentenced to federal prison for conspiring to commit mortgage fraud. Sean Patrick Gjerde, 37, received two and a half years for the fraud conspiracy as well as for making false statements in loan applications.

The arrests come after the Manhattan District Attorney’s office spent more than two years. on the scheme- Thomas Hale, 89, and former FBI agent Raymond Lavallee, 83. All four are charged with first.

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Florida developer Domenic Rabuffo was sentenced Tuesday to more than 27 years in federal prison for a North Carolina mortgage fraud scheme that bilked four major banks out of more than $50 million.