Criminal Wire Fraud Blog

Federal Judge Rejects Plea Agreement in Mail Fraud Case

United States District Court Judge Joseph Van Bokkelen has rejected the plea agreement from a Merrillville man who pleaded guilty to two counts of mail fraud in connection with an insurance fraud scheme. Judge Van Bokkelen announced at the sentencing … Continue reading

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Former Coca-Cola Executive Sentenced for Wire Fraud

Jeffrey David Shamp, a former Senior National Account Executive with the Coca-Cola Company, has been sentenced to 27 months in prison on charges that he siphoned over $400,000 from the Atlanta beverage company for his own personal use.  Shamp, 40, … Continue reading

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Virginia Man Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

Stephen Kohout, 56, of Williamsburg, pleaded guilty on Monday in federal court to charges of wire fraud and concealment money laundering.  Kohout faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 for the wire fraud charge.  Concealment money … Continue reading

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Michigan Business Owner Convicted of Wire Fraud

Roger Lee Andrews, the owner of a Marne pallet company, has been convicted of wire fraud after he bilked friends out of more than $1.8 million to fund his online stock trading.  After the verdict was reached on Thursday May … Continue reading

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