Kentucky man to spend 12 years in prison for insane fraud scheme

An Arapahoe County con-artist who absconded just before his jury trial will spend more than 30 years. and fraud by check, the news release said. Authorities captured McGee on Oct. 11 in Boulder.

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Cincinnati Man Sentenced to Three Years Imprisonment For His Role in Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme in Kentucky FRANKFORT – A Cincinnati man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to his role in a Kentucky oil investment scheme that defrauded over 200 victims nationwide out of more than $3,000,000.

A Kentucky man will spend the next 12 years in federal prison for leading a spectacularly massive scheme that involved defrauding the Internal.

‘Kentuckyana Jones’ to spend 33 months in prison, repay $1.4M in bank fraud case. the consequences of what federal prosecutors said was a scheme to swindle at least six banks by obtaining loans.

Jeffersonville man sentenced for bank and wire fraud scheme. Netherton will spend 24 months in a federal prison and pay more than $900,000 in restitution.. Officials find more than 12 dozen.

is heading to the notorious rikers island jail in New York City where he’s expected to spend his time in solitary confinement while he awaits state fraud charges. Manafort is already serving seven-and.

Conn was scheduled to be sentenced to 12 years in prison last. was convicted in a fraud scheme that could have cost the government more than $550 million in Social Security payments. Here’s how the.

Chester Man Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison For Fraud Scheme Steven Hameed, 57, of Chester, Pennsylvania, was sentenced today to 97 months in prison for his multi-year scheme to steal government homes and file false tax forms against various police officers and government officials, announced Acting United States Attorney Louis D. Lappen.

Although Huntington-based former judge David Daugherty had hoped to spend Friday night in his own bed in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, a federal judge in Lexington, Kentucky, instead sentenced him to.

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His real name is Michael Barrick, and he was ordered Thursday to serve 33 months in prison. a scheme to swindle at least.