Criminal Wire Fraud Blog

Kansas City Woman Sentenced for Mail Fraud

Deshonda Anderson, 25, was convicted in federal court on Monday on mail fraud and aggravated identity theft charges. Anderson is guilty of leading a scheme that involved using fake and stolen identities to lease cars, rent apartments, and open bank … Continue reading

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Medical Office Administrator Sentenced in Wire Fraud Case

Royann Schmidgall, who is guilty of bilking a Nebraska medical group out of over $250,000, was sentenced Monday in the United States District Court of Lincoln.  Schmidgall faces 18 months in federal prison and must pay nearly $542,000 in restitution. … Continue reading

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Former Indianapolis Attorney Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

A former prominent construction and accident attorney in Indianapolis pleaded guilty last week to federal wire fraud charges before United States District Judge Richard Young.  William Conour, 66, has been in Marion County jail since June 27 when it was … Continue reading

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Man Facing Wire Fraud Charges in Check Cashing Scheme

Stephen Hamman, 52, was indicted Wednesday on federal charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, and passing United States Treasury checks bearing forged signatures.  According to United States Attorney Benjamin Wagner, the Modesto man was arraigned on 22 … Continue reading

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Montgomery Postal Worker Guilty of Mail Fraud and Embezzlement

A former mail carrier for the Montgomery post office, Vernon Harrison, has been found guilty on charges of mail fraud, identity theft, and embezzlement.  According to George L. Beck’s office, Harrison is guilty on one count of conspiring to file … Continue reading

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