Archives For Indiana

Shela Amos, Indianapolis, Indiana, was sentenced to 34 years for defrauding victims by using the vacant home sale scheme whereby the defendant sold homes she did not own.

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Randall Causey, 48, Gary, Indiana, was sentenced by Senior District Judge Rudy Lozano to 108 months imprisonment and 3 years of supervised release after being found guilty at trial of the felony offenses of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud.

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Philip Rucker, 39, Gary, Indiana, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scam involving loan application misrepresentations.  Rucker was a recruiter in the scheme locating individuals to purchase real estate.

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Blue Chip Group, Inc., a Nevada company, and Certified Legal Processing and Legal Preparation Services, a California company, each operating as foreclosure consultants, face Indiana state lawsuits after taking more than $2,600 from local homeowners and not providing services or refunds.

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Bryan Knight, 43, Osceola, Indiana, was sentenced to 37 months imprisonment, 2 years of supervised release and restitution of $514,198.00 after pleading guilty to the felony offense of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, mail fraud and wire fraud.

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Jeremie Sheneman, 34, College Point, New York, was sentenced by Judge Jon DeGuilio to 120 months imprisonment and 3 years of supervised release after being found guilty of the felony offenses of wire fraud after two jury trials.

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Francisco Rodriguez, 41, Chicago, Illinois, was charged in an indictment with two counts of wire fraud for his role in defrauding mortgage lenders. The indictment was returned on June 6, 2012 and unsealed on June 11, 2012.

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Jacquelyn Drago-Hunter, 61, Merrillville, Indiana, a defendant in the case US v Haymon et al., was sentenced by Judge Rudy Lozano to 15 months imprisonment and 1 year of supervised release after pleading guilty to the felony offense of wire fraud in a mortgage fraud scheme.

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Latoya Travis, 38, Hammond, Indiana, was sentenced by Senior Judge Rudy Lozano to 42 months imprisonment and 3 years of supervised release after pleading guilty to counts one and two of an indictment charging her with making false statements in a loan application, and aggravated identity theft. 

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Latoya Travis, 38, Hammond, Indiana, pled guilty before Senior Judge Rudy Lozano to counts one and two of an indictment charging her with making false statements in a loan application, and aggravated identity theft.

These charges were filed as the result of an investigation by United States Postal Inspection Service. This case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Gary Bell.

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