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Blog Post Archive

Mortgage Broker Sentenced for False Loan Application Statements

Valeri Kalyuzhnyy, 44, Citrus Heights, California, was sentenced to 2 years in prison. On June 25, 2015, Kalyuzhnyy pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a loan application. According to court documents, Kalyuzhnyy, while working as a mortgage broker, bought two homes using the credit information of a straw buyer. The loan applications that […]

Sentencing in Straw Buyer Fraud

Sean McClendon, 49, Elk Grove, California, was sentenced to one year and eight months in prison. On October 18, 2012, McClendon pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to commit mail fraud for his involvement in a Sacramento, California area mortgage fraud scheme with Anthony Salcedo and Anthony Williams. According to court documents, McClendon and Williams recruited straw buyers […]

Sentencing in California Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Stephen Pirt, 37, Mountain House, California, was sentenced to 2 years and 1 month in prison for his participation in a large-scale mortgage fraud scheme. According to evidence presented at the trial for co-defendant Erik Hermann Green,...Show More Summary

Straw Buyer and Down Payment Fraud Guilty Plea

Antonio Pimenta, 47, Neshanic Station, New Jersey, admitted his role in a scheme that used straw buyers and phony loan documents to fraudulently obtain a $400,500 loan on a property in Irvington, New Jersey. According to documents filed and statements made in court: Pimenta owned and managed Kelmar Construction Co. Kelmar built multiple properties in Irvington, […]

Daughter and Parents Guilty in Foreclosure Rescue Scheme

Silver Buckman, 37, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, her parents, Vincent Foxworth, 70, Turnersville, New Jersey and Cynthia Foxworth, 64, Turnersville, New Jersey, were convicted by a federal jury for a mortgage fraud scheme that stripped the...Show More Summary

Mortgage Mod Case Results in 10+ Year Sentences

Kristen Michelle Ayala, aka Amber Lynch, aka Olivia Benet, aka Grace Williams, 30, formerly of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Joshua Manuel Sanchez, aka Nelson Cruz, aka Chris Ward, aka Daniel Mora, 34, formerly of Las Vegas, Nevada, were sentenced for conspiracy to commit wire fraud for their role in a $3.8 million dollar mortgage modification scam. Ayala […]

More Georgia Bid Rigging Pleas(e)

Trent Gaines, a Georgia real estate investor, pleaded guilty for his role in conspiracies to rig bids and commit mail fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Georgia.  Gaines admitted that he and others conspired not to bid against one another at public real estate foreclosure auctions from October 2008 to November 2010 in Fulton County, Georgia, […]

Rent Skimming Sentence

Hubert Rotteveel, 52, Dixon, California was sentenced  to three years and four months in prison for one count of mail fraud,. In September 2014, Rotteveel was found guilty by a federal jury of one count of mail fraud relating to 13 properties in Dixon. According to evidence produced at trial, Rotteveel acted as a […]

Former Jersey City political candidate Alston, 2 others charged in mortgage scheme

Former state Senate and Assembly candidate Bruce Alston was arrested early Friday morning for his role in a sophisticated mortgage fraud scheme, the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office announced this morning. Alston, 44, of Jersey City was arrested along with his sister, Gail Alston, 50, and Maisha Taylor, 42, of Newark, who Alston described on his blog […]

Guilty Plea for Las Vegas Fake Liens

Rodney Taylor, 51, Las Vegas, Nevada, pleaded guilty to two counts of false representation concerning title. Taylor participated in a scheme to claim liens on real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada by filing false documents. The fraudulent acts were committed between March and September 2012. In addition to claiming non-existent liens on property, Taylor was also […]

Sentences in California Inflated Value Scheme

Olga Palamarchuk, 45, Rancho Cordova, California was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison; Pyotr Bondaruk, 44, Sacramento, California, was sentenced to five years and 11 months in prison; Vera Zhiry, 35, Sacramento, California, was sentenced to three years and one month in prison; and Peter Kuzmenko, 37, West Sacramento, California, was sentenced to […]

4 years is Price for False Police Reports

George Price, 42, a former Miami-Dade Police Department officer, was sentenced to 48 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release for his participation in a wire fraud scheme, arising out of the operation of a series of credit repair businesses.  Price previously pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, […]

7 Year Sentence in Investor Ponzi Scheme

James Hurst Miller Jr., 67, Paso Robles, California, the former president of the Atascadero-based Hurst Financial Corporation, to 84 months in federal prison for misappropriating millions of dollars that victims invested in Central Coast real estate projects and for helping a real estate developer defraud a bank. Miller’s case is related to that of Kelly […]

Multi-Year Sentences in Straw Buyer Fraud Scheme

Peter Kuzmenko, 37,  West Sacramento, California, was sentenced to 19 years in prison; Aaron New, 41, Sacramento, California, was sentenced to 11 years and three months in prison; Nadia Kuzmenko, 36, formerly of Loomis, California, was sentenced to eight years in prison; and Edward Shevtsov, 51, North Highlands, California, was sentenced to eight years in prison for their […]

Real Estate Developers Sentenced to Prison

Eliseo Jara Jr., 36, Bakersfield, California, was sentenced to six and a half years in prison for conspiracy to commit bank fraud, mail fraud, and wire fraud, and was ordered to pay $4.3 million in restitution. Sergio Jara, 34, Bakersfield, California, was sentenced to six and a half years in prison for conspiracy to commit bank […]

Fryar’s next day in court to focus on financial restitution

Former NFL football star Irving Fryar just finished his first week in a New Jersey state prison after a bitter court battle led to a guilty verdict in a $1.2 million mortgage scam. But his next big fight – his restitution – looms. On Nov. 9 state Superior Court Judge Jeanne T. Covert will hold […]

Feds dismiss charges against Brazilian in Miami bank-fraud case

Brazilian Arnaldo Prado flew into Miami for Easter weekend to visit with his mother on exclusive Fisher Island. Prado had made the trip many times before, but this one would be different. More than a dozen FBI agents arrested him and his mother, Maura Lopes, on charges of participating in a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud scheme […]

‘RHONJ': Judge rejects Joe, Teresa Giudice’s foreclosure challenge on Montville mansion

Joe and Teresa Giudice’s gilded Montville Township mansion is almost as much a character on “Real Housewives of New Jersey” as the reality TV stars themselves — but for how much longer? Joe and his four daughters continue to live in the mansion while Teresa is in federal prison, and they taped their three-part Bravo special “Real Housewives […]

Jury Convicts Maryland Attorney of Bank Fraud

Angela M. Blythe, attorney, 51, Oakland, Maryland, was convicted by a federal jury of conspiring to commit bank fraud, bank fraud and two counts of making a false statement to a bank.  Blythe was an attorney licensed to practice in Maryland and West Virginia, with an office in Oakland, Maryland.  She was a settlement attorney in real estate […]

Indictment for Counterfeit Loan Documents

Elizabeth Calderon, 39, Salinas, California, and Esther Sanchez, also known as Trinidad Carrillo, 54, Salinas, California, were indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of filing false tax returns, theft of government funds, aggravated...Show More Summary

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