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Articles Tagged with wire fraud

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pexels-andrea-piacquadio-3768172-300x200An Estero couple who runs a local tutoring business have been indicted in a conspiracy scheme accusing them of attempting to defraud the Florida’s teacher testing and certification process.

Kathleen M. Jasper, 42, and Jeremy M. Jasper, 40, both of Estero, are charged with racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, 108 counts of wire fraud, conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets, and three counts of theft of trade secrets. The press did not name an attorney for them.

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pexels-aaron-schwartz-1093645-300x200Three family members from Ocala, FL, have been sentenced for their alleged roles in a scheme to defraud the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs out of over $300,000.

Miller Wilson Jr., 50, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud as well as solicitation and receipt of a health care kickback. His wife, 43-year-old Erica Wilson, was sentenced to five years of probation for conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

The couple’s daughter, Myoshi Wilson, 26, had previously been sentenced to five years’ probation for making false statements to law enforcement. She was arrested on a violation of that probationary sentence on November 4, 2020, and was re-sentenced for six months imprisonment, followed by 30 months of supervised release, for violation of probation.

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pexels-karolina-grabowska-4386393-300x200A former New York investment manager was charged this week for his alleged involvement in a scheme to defraud a North Carolina-based life insurance company out of over $34 million—putting it in danger of insolvency.

Bradley Reifler, 61, of Millbrook, NY, was charged with four counts of wire fraud and one count of perjury in a North Carolina federal courtroom. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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pexels-pixabay-164527-300x200A Maryland lawyer faces charges for his alleged role in a scheme to fraudulently obtain more than $12.5 million in Somali government assets.

Jeremy Wyeth Schulman, 47, of Bethesda, Maryland, was indicted Wednesday on one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and bank fraud; three counts of wire fraud; one count of mail fraud; one count of bank fraud; one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering; and four counts of money laundering. It is unclear if he has acquired an attorney.

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pexels-sharon-mccutcheon-1449934-300x200The owner of five Illinois child care centers and several of her employees have been charged for their alleged involvement in a fraud scheme that pocketed millions of dollars from a state program meant to help low-income families afford child care.

Aleesha McDowell, 41, of Mokena, IL, is charged with 12 counts of wire fraud and two counts of money laundering. Her employees, who are also charged with various counts of wire fraud in the same indictment, are: Nicole Lacey, 36, of Burnham, IL; Stacy Sims, 43, of Chicago, IL; Janelle Jordan, 40, of Chicago, IL; Lauren Coley, of Phoenix, AZ; Shavon Johnson, 47, of Country Club Hills, IL; and Sean Blunt, 44, of Matteson, IL. Attorney information was not available for any of the defendants.

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