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Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Mail Fraud

Marcus Brian Curry, 35, of Allen, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to federal mail fraud before United States Magistrate Judge Don D. Bush and admitted to devising a scheme that defrauded certain homeowner, buyers, and lending institutions.  Curry, a North Texas businessman, … Continue reading

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Crystal Lake Man Pleads Guilty to Mail Fraud

Michael S. Mackay, 47, pleaded guilty in federal court  to a mail fraud scheme that tricked victims into thinking they were part of a “secret shoppers” program.  The United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois announced in … Continue reading

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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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Two San Antonio Businessmen Sentenced for Mail Fraud

United States Chief District Judge Fred Biery handed down prison sentences to two individuals on Saturday for their roles in what is believed to be the largest real dollar loss fraud and tax related case ever prosecuted in the Western … Continue reading

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South Carolina Man Charged with 22 Counts of Mail Fraud

Stanley J. Kowalewski, of Pawleys Island, was indicted by a grand jury in Atlanta on counts of mail fraud, conspiracy, and obstructing an investigation of the Securities and Exchange Commission.  He was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on … Continue reading

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Former College Professor Sentenced for Mail Fraud

Ademola L. Ejire, a former professor at Shaw University, was sentenced on Wednesday to 33 months in prison for federal mail fraud according to the United States Attorney’s Office. Ejire, who was also in charge of a grant funded program … Continue reading

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Local Business Owner Sentenced on Mail Fraud Charges

Jamie Carl Graham, a former project manager at Breakell Inc., was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $1,290,624 in restitution on charges of mail fraud.  Graham, 33, received his sentence in the United States District Court … Continue reading

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Texas Man to Serve 18 Months for Mail Fraud

Rodolfo Reyes “Rudy” Mata, of San Antonio, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for his role in a mail fraud scheme that defrauded the University Medical Center out of nearly $700,000 between 2007 and 2011.  United States District … Continue reading

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Tennessee Man Charged with Mail Fraud in Counterfeit Postage Scheme

Federal prosecutors have charged Jason Matthew Smalling with federal mail fraud in connection with a scheme where he used over $200,000 in counterfeit postage during a two year period.  Smalling is expected to plead guilty in court next week.  Mail … Continue reading

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Rose City Dentist Charged with Federal Mail Fraud

Carter White Rae, a local dentist in Michigan, was arrested on Thursday and arraigned on an indictment that charged him with tax evasion, federal mail fraud, and making false statements to the Internal Revenue Service. The United States Attorney’s Office … Continue reading

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