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Mortgage Fraud in the News

Washington Guilty to Stealing $300K From Mother, Reverse Mortgage Fraud

A former Kent City council member pleaded guilty today to seven counts of first-degree theft and mortgage fraud for stealing nearly $300,000 from his mother’s bank account to shore up his failing business and fund vacations. Kenneth D. Sharp, 67, could face more than 3 1/2 years in prison when he is sentenced June 20. However, […]

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Florida Woman Sentenced in $24 Million Mortgage Fraud Case

U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today that Michelle Vinas, 55, of Florida, who was convicted of financial institution fraud affecting M&T Bank, was sentenced to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution totaling $423,434.98 by U.S. District Court Judge Richard J. Arcara. Assistant U.S. Attorney Trini E. Ross, who handled the […]

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North Carolina Real Estate Broker Sentenced For Mortgage Fraud

A 49-year-old real estate broker was sentenced in federal court Wednesday to 3.5 years in prison and ordered to pay $1.6 million for participating in a mortgage fraud scheme during the recession, federal prosecutors announced. Mark Henry Tkac of Raleigh pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud for his role in […]

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California Men Suspected of $2.3 Million Mortgage Fraud

An Altadena real estate agent revealed what prosecutors say was his $2.3 million mortgage fraud scheme when he solicited the help of sheriff’s officials in order to perpetuate it. Eddie Turner, 44, of Altadena and Allen Shay, 55, a Pasadena city commission member, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to multiple felony charges related to submitting false […]

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California Man Gets 51 Months in Prison For $5.3 Million Mortgage Fraud

Steven Pitchersky, 65, pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge last September for his involvement in a scheme to defraud Detroit-based Ally Bank, according to federal prosecutors. A Rancho Mirage man was sentenced in Philadelphia Wednesday to 51 months in prison for a fraud scheme that caused an out-of-state bank to lose $5.3 million. […]

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Three California Residents Sentenced to Prison for Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Randy Lee Wilkins of Gilroy, California, Antonio Perez-Marcial from Bakersfield California and Jeriel Salinas who is also from Bakersfield were all sentenced last Monday for their participation in their own separate mortgage fraud schemes, which were all independent from each other. Having been in custody since his conviction by a federal jury in January 2014, […]

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